SID: Now we find out in the Bible amazing supernatural blessings that God has given to

Abraham. But there’s a tie-in between a heart being broken and receiving these supernatural blessings. There is, like with John, there is a disconnect and many people don’t understand this. Explain that.

JOHN: When our heart is healed, it puts us in a new relationship with God. It’s like when you have an earthly father and you’re afraid of him for whatever reason, you shy back, you’re afraid to talk to him, you’re afraid to ask him. Well with a broken heart, that can carry over towards our attitude. And God tells us to call him “Abba Father.” And those attitudes towards an earthly father, we can project towards God. But he’s not like that towards us. So a broken heart can break the feeling, or block the feeling of how much God loves us, how much He wants to bless us, and also the ministry of Lord Jesus is to open the eyes of the blind. So once our heart is healed, Sid, it’s a progression. Salvation, healing of the heart, setting the captives free, opening the eyes of the blind and then setting at liberty them that are bruised, it’s a progression of what God does in

our life. So when our heart is healed and we’re set free, all of a sudden there’s no blockage between us and Abba Father, and we believe that He’ll bless us then.

SID: So very briefly, will you tell me, I mean, John gets calls from people that have loved ones in mental institutions. Tell me about one.

JOHN: A friend of mine asked me to minister to his sister who was believer, and she has been in and out of the psychiatric ward for severe depression. She had been there, she’s in her 60’s, she had been in there now for three months. And didn’t know she was in there for three months.

SID: How bad was the depression?

JOHN: The doctor said it was the worst he’s ever seen. They were thinking of permanently institutionalizing her. When I visited her and I looked at her, Sid, if you could see depression, that was her. I mean, you could like cut it or touch her with depression. And there’s a Bible right next to her. So I began to talk to her and she said, “I’ve been prayed over and so many people prayed over me, and I’ve gone to Christian psychologists.” I said, “Did anyone ever pray for you for a broken heart?” And she went like this and she said, “No, never.” I said, “That’s the problem.” Terry was her name. So we got into her background. When she was 16 years old she had a child out of wedlock. The child died and it ruptured her family, relationship with her family that destroyed her inside, and she went on a path of rejection and depression into the psychiatric ward. So we prayed and she forgave what happened, she believed the baby died because of what she did. Then she believed God punished her by taking the baby. She had a grudge towards God. She had to forgive herself. She had to forgive her parents. When that all came and then we prayed, Sid, the greatest, for me personally I think, miracle I had ever seen, her continence changed. She had this glow to the point where people in the psychiatric ward were saying to her, “What happened to you? You look so different.” My friend said to me, “You did like a magic act. His name was John.” I said, “What are you talking about?” He said, “That’s not my sister.” He goes, “I don’t know who she is.” He goes, “I’ve never seen anything like this from the depression to the joy.” And they released her from the hospital, and she now is leading a normal life. The whole problem was a broken heart.

SID: Okay. Will you pray as God instructs for those that are watching, because I know that this is what you’ve been crying out to God for.

JOHN: Yes. Father, we come before you in the awesome name of Jesus. And Lord, we bring the listeners before you and the key on their part is forgiveness, to forgive those that broke their heart, forgive themselves and maybe possibly we be reconciled with you from a grudge. Father, once that’s done, I pray now that in the name of Jesus you take that shattered, broken, splintered heart and put it together, make it solid, make it one according to your word, and bind it with the power and the love of the Holy Spirit, never to be broken again. And bring the healing that comes with that, Father, the healing from fear and depression, and anxiety, and rejection where we can call you Abba Father and walk in love with you. And then, Father, we ask for the flow as the heart is healed, Lord, that issues like high blood pressure, heart problems, ulcerated colitis, Lord, fibromyalgia, all sorts of things that are triggered by the tension inside, the anxiety inside, the fear inside, Lord, that your natural healing virtue would flow through their bodies, and they be released and healed of these diseases and maladies. In Jesus’ name I ask. Amen.

SID: Amen. Now I can tell this. There is a requirement in the Kingdom. It came from our teacher, our Lord, the Messiah of Israel, Jesus, the Anointed One. And this is what he says: “I will forgive you to the same degree, the same amount that you forgive other people.” So how much do you want God to forgive you, 95 percent? You say, I don’t feel like it. I don’t deserve it. Doesn’t count. Meaningless. God says, if you confess your sins He is just and faithful to forgive you of all unrighteousness, and unforgiveness is a sin that blocks the hand of God. Unforgiveness is taking the arsenic you want your enemy to take. Stop it. Come to your senses. It’s an act of your will. It’s not a feeling. It’s not emotion. So don’t tell me you can’t do it. You can do it. You want to please the Living God. There’s no one else that you need to please. Please Him. Tell Him you choose to forgive that person out loud in Jesus’ name and don’t look back. And I’m going to tell you something. Now does it mean you have to trust them? Not until they earn it. But you can forgive them. I’m telling you, you can, because I have. And then ask Jesus to forgive you of everything you’ve ever done and say, “Jesus, I make you my Lord. Come inside of me. Take over my life. I love you, Lord.” And then I pray that you experience the tangible presence of the love of the Living God, in Jesus’ name.

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