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Marlene Klepees Healing Ministry

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Marlene Klepees Will Be Sharing Her Testimony and Ministering To the Sick for 2 Services Sunday March 12th at 9 am and 6 pm bring and invite your friends and family to hear her Testimony and receive ministry.
Born with Cerebral Palsy, orphaned before the age of two, raised by great-grandparents, the first two years of Marlene’s life set the pace for the next several years. Because of the Cerebral Palsy, her vision, speech and motor skills were greatly affected. At the age of five, Marlene was finally able to walk with the aid of braces and a walker.

17022315_1867722066842236_1488910348571738507_nIn December of 1980, Marlene had seizures that lasted for two days. She had  apparently hit her head, causing additional brain stem injuries. At 18, Marlene was a quadriplegic, in a fetal position, barely able to communicate. A total care nursing home was the only option for her life. She was taken to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where doctors assessed the damage of the latest brain injury. While there, God gave her a vision that He was going to heal her on March 29, 1981. THREE WEEKS AWAY! During an interesting and at times funny series of events, the Lord was able to bring everything into line so that the miraculous could happen … exactly as seen in Marlene’s vision.

Since that miraculous day Marlene has told her story on TBN, the 700 Club, The Sid Roth show, as well as on other television and radio shows and at many conferences and churches. She has held healing seminars and has a burning desire to share the message that God’s healing power is for everyone. You don’t need a vision to experience it; it’s a promise to those who believe. Mark 16: 17-18.

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Please God, May I Have Some Healing?

Please Sir, May I have Some More?

Please Sir, may I have some more?

Does God still heal? Theologically most Christians believe that God can heal, that He is able to intervene into the affairs of man, yet most of us have little certainty that He will heal. We approach God asking for physical healing like that famous scene from Oliver Twist. Oliver, who toils with very little food, remains in the workhouse for months. One day, the desperately hungry boys decide to draw lots; the loser must ask for another portion of gruel. The task falls to Oliver, who at the next meal tremblingly comes up forward, bowl in hand, and begs Mr. Bumble for gruel with his famous request: “Please, sir, May I have some more!”.  We so often approach the throne of Heaven as though we ourselves were beggars and thieves who are expecting to be struck rather than loved and cared for. We look at God the Father, as one who at any moment might smite us! Nothing could be further from the truth.

“We are all the product of a culture of highly developed unbelief.” Bill Johnson

You’re not an orphan or a beggar. You’re a son. You’re a daughter of the King of Kings. You’ve been given direct access to His Throne room. There’s no waiting room hoping to see His majesty. He welcomes His sons and daughters into his inner courts! You’re not imposing upon the LORD when you approach Him. What would it look like if the body of Christ was actually a “Culture of highly developed belief?”  That we actually expected that God would act upon our behalf, that our prayers were actually heard and effective.

JesusHealsBlindHow did Jesus approach healing the sick? Did He timidly ask the Father for healing? Did He passively pray, “If it be Thy will?” No, never! He knew the Father’s heart, character and Word on the matter. Interesting to note, Jesus didn’t heal every sick person, but everyone Jesus prayed for was healed! The issue may be more complex than a 60 second sound bite from a Televangelist but you can be certain when you read the scriptures old and new healing is in His heart. That sickness, disease, and death were never apart of His original design.  He told the Disciples “Greater works than these…” the ache in my heart is that these words may suggest there’s more healing to be had this side of eternity than we’ve been lead to believe. I long to grow a “a highly developed culture of belief,” in my heart, family, and community. If that’s your heart’s cry then I invite you to join us this week on a journey into the Scriptures on the subject of Divine Healing. It’s gonna be fun!

“The foundation upon which we build is Jesus. Our understanding of healing must be firmly fixed upon His character and person rather than our tradition or experience. John G. Lake, Wigglesworth, Dowie and so many others were successful in healing ministry because of their simple declaration – “Christ is all”. We preach – Christ – not an idea, not a theology not an interpretation of the truth, but a person – who is the final communication of God concerning Himself. He is the healer, He is the restorer, He is the re-builder of broken lives. The world is desperate for Jesus, but they cannot see Him. The Church must be His Body in the world – preaching the same Gospel of hope and deliverance, manifesting the mercy and grace of God in tangible ways, demonstrating His love.”Kevin Matthews

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Does God Still Heal? Does God Cause Sickness?

Question: “Does God ever cause sickness? What about verses in the Old Testament?”
Answer:

The Old Testament is filled with questions that the cross has answered.  Who did Jesus not heal when they came to Him for healing? When did He ever say that the Father had given them a sickness so they would become more holy or humble? Never. A question cannot cancel a revelation, which means that any question I may have has no power to cancel what God has shown me. Jesus is the perfect revelation of the Father. As such, Jesus Christ is perfect theology.

People ask, “What about Job?”  I tell them, “I’m not a disciple of Job; I’m a disciple of Jesus.” Job was the question; Jesus is the answer. If I read Job and it doesn’t lead me to Jesus, then I never understood the question. All the law and the prophets were to create an awareness of need. That awareness prepared Israel for a savior. To return to the standards of the law and the prophets at the expense of ignoring the perfect revelation of the Father given to us in the person of Jesus Christ is to fall to the ultimate expression of arrogance. It puts us back in the place of control where we do what is humanly possible—and call it ministry.

The life that Jesus led was not an aberration or a temporary statement of God’s solution for humanity. He started something that we are to complete.  Jesus said, “As the Father sent Me, I send you” (John 20:21). It’s not complicated; it’s just expensive. It costs us everything.

It is now up to us to follow His example without excuses, rejecting all distractions. This is our destiny. Bill Johnson

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