I promised you that I would share some additional testimonies about peeps being healed simply by praying for healing in their souls. I love testimonies because I know they build faith.
I spoke this word of knowledge at a meeting, “There is an anointing right now for people’s legs to grow out, put your legs straight in front of you. If one leg is shorter than the other, watch- it’s going to grow.” Without anybody touching them, legs began to grow out. A woman was crying as she came up to testify, “I couldn’t believe it. I’ve never seen a miracle or had a miracle for myself. One leg is 2 inches shorter than the other one, and I sat there and watched my leg growing out in front of my very eyes!” This miracle happened when her soul got healed. There’s a connection between the bones and the soul. When the soul is wounded it can affect your bones!
Again, I was speaking on healing the soul when a woman who had Achilles tendon surgery came up. They had taken out much of the tendon and it was very short. She squatted all the way down to the ground bouncing up and down repeatedly. “I can’t do this!” she explained, “You don’t understand, they took out this much (she showed the length with her hands).” Which means God grew her ligament or cartilage back!
A 73 year old woman fell when she was 3 years old and broke her tailbone. For 70 years her tailbone was curled up like a ball. She was in agony whenever she would sit or lay on something hard. While agreeing with me as I prayed for people’s souls, she suddenly felt the pain release just as I said, “Someone’s tailbone is being healed right now.” She thought to herself, “Hmm, I don’t feel as much pain…no, something couldn’t have happened?!” She touched her tailbone and it had gone from being in a ball to being normal!
I’ve seen thousands of miracles involving joints, ligaments, and the skeletal structure. Many of these issues are connected to the soul. Even people who are born with a bone disorder, lameness, or a crippling disease could have that problem because they were born with a wound in their soul. I will prove it:
Act 3:1-2 (KJV) “Now Peter and John went up together into the temple at the hour of prayer, being the ninth hour. And a certain man lame from his mother’s womb was carried, whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple;” This man was born lame from the womb. But curses can’t be carried from generation to generation in your spirit man, because Galatians 3:13 (KJV) “Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree:” Christ became a curse for us, so if you’re born again and your spirit is regenerated in Christ, there is no way a generational curse can cling onto your spirit man as it’s passed down. That generational curse gets carried down through your soul.
The word “womb” in the Strong’s means, “The place where the fetus is conceived and nurtured,” it also means “the soul.” Wounds, like generational curses, get passed down through the generations in the womb. All the wounds from our parents family line gets passed down to the baby in the womb.
David is speaking in Psalm 51:5 and 10 (KJV), “Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me.” He’s telling us that in the womb he received all the wounds that came from his parent’s sins. He was shaped in iniquity; and in sin his mother conceived him. Just a few verses later he says, “Now, create in me a clean heart, oh, Lord.” That word “heart” means “the soul.” He’s asking God to clean his soul of the junk he was born with and the junk he’s accumulated in his lifetime!
I believe the beggar at the Gate Beautiful was lame from the womb because he was born with a soul wound. In Acts 4:9 (KJV) Peter asks the Pharisees, “Are we being examined this day for the good deed done to this impotent man and by what means he was made whole?” Why would Peter call the beggar impotent? It has the same root in it as the word “sick” which has to do with strength of one’s soul. Peter knew that the man was lame from his mother’s womb because he needed to be made strong in soul. There was something in his soul that he had been born with that was causing him to be lame in his physical body.
We look at people that are born with debilitating, crippling diseases, and deformed bodies and doubt they can be healed. We need to understand that sometimes people who are born lame from the womb are in that condition because they’re “impotent”. They need to be made strong in soul.
Perhaps you should share this revelation with someone who is expecting a child, wouldn’t it be wonderful if mother’s to be all had their souls healed so babies didn’t have diseases from birth?
Got to run…going to soak…till next week!