This is so exciting!
For a long time, just about 2 and a half years now, I have struggled with a very annoying jaw problem. My 'disc' was loose, I'd been told, which caused my jaws to make a variety of scary KA-CHUNKs, CREAK-Cracks, CLICK-Pops, and other weird sounds. I didn't have any pain, but I could feel bones in my cheeks and the hinges of my jaws move around whenever I opened my mouth wide enough to bite a large hamburger. That was a little unnerving, to say the least! I couldn't yawn without my jaw feeling tight and then snapping loose with a "Crack!".
Then, this morning in church, our pastor called anyone who needed prayer for healing to come to the front.
I believe that God still heals people today. (And I've been blessed as a result) I am pretty sure there is no place in the Bible where it says "And I the Lord will stop healing people at such-and-such a year" ...so the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob still works in his children's lives.
I walked to the front and asked for prayer for my jaws.
A wonderful, sweet lady named Nikki, who had also struggled with jaw problems in the past, prayed for me, then asked if I believed God would heal me. "Yes!" I said. "Then according to your faith you are healed!" She said, a smile on her face! We hugged and I thanked her and then walked back to my pew.
About ten seconds later I was brave enough to open my mouth and see if it still clicked.
I could open my mouth as wide as I pleased and the motion was smooth and effortless! HALLELUJAH!! "Thank you God!" I whispered. I turned to my Mother, Father, and two younger brothers seated next to me in the pew and whispered excitedly "My jaw doesn't click anymore!" Their faces lit up and they smiled happily. They knew how much the clicking had bothered me.
I ran up to Miss Nikki after the church service had concluded and told her my jaw didn't click anymore, eagerly demonstrating how I could open my mouth smoothly. "Praise the Lord!" She said, giving me a glad hug.
My sentiments exactly!
PRAISE THE LORD!!!