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Visitors Share about Grace Received at Elim Center

On Mar 27, 2017 02:43 PM EDT


Elim Center International is a place of rest and healing for many people. Some visitors who came to the center on Saturday, March 25 shared their reflections:

Yafeng shared, "Our time here answered a lot of questions in our hearts and took away a lot of difficult feelings in us. There was a lot of grace and healing poured down by God and we are really grateful to Elim for serving us this way."

Xia added, "Our visit to Elim was really meaningful. Through the prayer by the representative I was able to come out of my own thinking and gain God's perspective. I feel like all of the wrong thoughts were swept away and God set me up newly to fight the spiritual battle and carry my cross."

Susanna shared, "I could gain a peaceful heart and fix my eyes only on God again. I gained spiritual strength and God said that he will heal me physically, too. I want to fix my eyes on God only and rely on him only to overcome all the obstacles. As one of the prophecies said, I hope my heart can be purified like pure gold. I felt like the Holy Spirit poured down great comfort and grace when pastor Faith prayed for me. And I could have a joyful fellowship time with all the members here, and share with them. I feel overflowing joy, overflowing love, and overflowing peace. Amen!"

Yafeng and Xia traveled back for their places on the same day, and Susanna will stay at Elim until Wednesday.

Please continue to pray for these precious members. 

 

 

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