The Day I told Cancer to F*$# O##!
(I am not generally down with swearing, but for this occasion the word fit perfectly)
I was touring overseas for a few months and sadly early on into my tour I got a Skype saying a friend had cancer and was not well at all.
I was still away for weeks but said to come on over as soon as I get home. I was going to finish my tour then finish this cancer when I got home. I was just flowing with what I was sensing from Holy Spirit. Had I needed to fly home urgently, I would have.
My friend was rather “anti-church/religion” and had suffered terribly under the Charismatic Religious system. In a Church for years that is huge on demon hunting and looking for booger men behind every bush type Church.
I’d been home a few minutes and I was totally shattered from a very long flight home and was in desperate need of good Aussie coffee and some Aussie Lamb chops, when my friend was bought over.
If I ever pray for you I can guarantee that it will be a short prayer. I go with the “let your words be few” and let the Anointing do its work approach.
I simply said “grab my hands”… followed by a very LOUD and short prayer that cancer and the devil both understood. ” F * $ # O ##! “
That was it. The Power of God shot through me and blew the cancer away.
Followed by “OMG Reverend, I can’t believe you said that”. Me either to be honest, but it bought in the Power.
They testified that a weight lifted and it was pretty obvious that joy was restored. Later medical examinations confirm that the cancer did leave.
When addressing sickness, death or a dirty little devil, it has more to do with our Exousia (the power of authority “influence” and of right privilege) than the words we say.
Jesus was always moved by love and compassion, not protocols and fear of offending someone. No Sozo sessions or memorising demons names from A to Z. Simply walking as Sons of our Almighty God.
Standing with my feet planted firmly in the Wine Cellar of Heaven.
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