Wednesday, September 3, 2014

More Autism Testimonies

I like to share testimonies, particularly of those who are beating autism! I believe they are "faith builders" and help keep us encouraged. God is nor respecter of persons. that means what He will do for one, He WILL (Has already done) do for another! Please be encouraged by these!

 Here is one from an amazing mama, (Ashley Blair Hill) check out her book she wrote!

Here is another one from Gina and Brian Walden;

They just did an Autism Conference at their church called a "Brand New Day." The lady above (Ashley) was one of the speakers at the conference.  You can purchase their book at the following link.

Watch part of their testimony here......

Enjoy! God is good, healing is ours!

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

A Blog I Love....

So, I was scrolling recently through some blogs and found one that I LOVE. I felt like I was reading my own words. I will paste the contents below and put the link below that.

"If you are believing for your child/children to be healed from autism, let me encourage you today. God is always willing and able to heal autism. Jesus walked the earth healing every kind of sickness and disease. Every kind. That includes autism! He healed every person that went to him for healing (Matt 8:16) Every name under heaven has been placed under the Name of JESUS! Autism has a name; therefore it must bow down to the Name of Jesus!
People can believe for healing from cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc, but they seem to lack faith for healing from autism. The world will tell you that autism is a blessing – that it will teach you something. Parents of children with autism will say they would not have their child any other way. They will use cliche slogans such as “different, not less” to describe autism. That is how the world thinks; it is not how God thinks. If you accept autism as a part of your family’s life, you will lose faith for anything to change. That is what the enemy wants you to think.
I love my children unconditionally, without question! But autism robs them of the abundant life that Jesus came to give them; the life that I want for them. It is because I love them so much that I long to see them healed. Jesus loves them so much, that He died on a cross and bore that autism for them, so they can be healthy and whole (Isaiah 53:5). I acknowledge that my children have autism; I do not accept that autism belongs to them. I like to say that I “acknowledge” the autism and I “accept” the child.  I don’t have to accept autism when I can believe for the gift of healing to be received for my kids.
Becoming autism aware has taught me so very much and God has taught me so much more throughout this journey, and He continues to do so. I am thankful for what I have learned, but I am most thankful that God is faithful and that very soon, my children will be free from autism. They are the seed of the righteous and they shall be delivered.
Think about the woman with the issue of blood from Mark 5. She had radical faith! According to the law at that time, a bleeding woman was not allowed to travel out in public or touch anyone due to being “unclean”, but she pushed through the crowd to touch Jesus’ garment, because she knew and trusted God’s Word! She believed first, acted in faith, then received her healing. Believing for healing from autism takes radical faith, but take heart; we have a radical God! Be encouraged by the knowledge that God is pleased with your faith! Keep spending time in His presence, keep claiming His promises and speaking out in faith – Our God is faithful! Be assured that your best days are ahead – don’t give up on your miracle! Don’t worry about what the world says – focus on what God says! Jesus told us “It is finished!” (John 19:30) He did it all; all we need to do is keep believing."