HSK 68

Who would have thought grammar would affect your healing. BUT BECAUSE YOUR HEALING IS ACCESSED BY FAITH AND FAITH COMES BY HEARING AND HEARING WORDS….THAT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH GRAMMER. WATCH YOUR VERB TENSES! No matter what your mind thinks – keep your verbs in the present or past tense when speaking the word. You are not waiting TO BE healed – we believe we WERE healed 2000 years ago and so no matter what it looks like or feels like – WE ARE HEALED.

1: Intro Prayer

Tell the people, as an act of faith, to raise one hand and ask for divine utterance through you. Pray Ephesians 6:18,19 out loud for yourself. Then tell the people, “If you believe that raise the other hand and shout thank you lord!”

2: Prime Scriptures

1 Peter 2:24

Mark 11:23

Hebrews 11:1

3: Truth Point

Tell them what you are going to tell them

The Word won’t work for you unless you get it in the right tense. Faith says, “It’s mine. I have it now.”

4: Support/Illustration

Reading from proven ministers teaching

Kenneth E. Hagin

Bible Faith Study Course

I’ve found this out, that as soon as I can get people to quit hoping to be healed and to quit seeking healing and start believing they receive their healing,(or rather believing they ARE HEALED NOW), immediately they are healed.

    Faith Is Present Tense

    I was preaching many years ago in the state of Oklahoma, and in one of my services a woman was brought to the service who hadn’t taken one single step in four years. She was an older woman, in her seventies, and the doctors said that she would never walk another step again. Her knees had just simply worn out and wouldn’t function properly, and they couldn’t carry her weight. Sitting with no exercise, she had grown quite large.

    When it came time for the healing line, they brought this woman forward and sat her down on the altar. I came and knelt in front of her and laid my hands on her knees and prayed.

    Then I said to her, “Now, Sister, arise and walk in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.” That dear woman did her best to get up; but all the time (and I’m not making fun of her) she was crying and praying, “Oh, dear “Jesus, please heal me. Lord, I know You promised to heal me. You know what a burden I’ve been to my family, and I can’t do one thing for myself. Dear Lord, please heal my knees; please heal my limbs; please let me walk. Oh, please, please.”

    I said, “Wait a minute, Sister. Wait a minute,” but instead of listening, she just got louder.

“I said the second time, “Wait a minute, Sister. I have a word for you. I can help you.” But instead of listening, she just got louder and louder.

    The third time I said, “Wait a minute, Sister. Wait a minute. I can help you.” But instead of listening, she was becoming almost hysterical.

    Then I just took hold of her shoulders and shook her, and said, “I command you to shut up in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.” She stopped and looked up at me, rather startled, and the congregation put the brakes on me.

    Did you know a congregation can put the brakes on you? I don’t care who you are, when the people put the brakes on, you can’t do anything. For instance, people put the brakes on Jesus in His hometown of Nazareth, and He couldn’t do much there in the way of miracles or healings. The Bible says so.

    

MARK 6:5

    5 And he [Jesus] could there do no mighty work, save that he laid his hands upon a few sick folk, and healed them.

    Notice it didn’t say He wouldn’t do any mighty works, it said He couldn’t do any mighty works.

    The Greek reads that Jesus laid His hands on a few folks with minor ailments. In other words, the only ones God healed in Nazareth under the ministry of Jesus were a few people who had minor ailments. Why? Mark 6:6 gives us the answer: “And he [Jesus] marvelled because of their unbelief. . . .”

    Well, this congregation put the brakes on me, and before I could do anything, I knew I had to get the brakes off. If I couldn’t get the brakes off, then I wouldn’t be able to do anything. If people could only recognize that, what a difference there would be in our services and in our churches.

    So I knew I had to work on the congregation before I could go back to the woman in the wheelchair and help her. Some folks thought I was being rude to this woman, or getting smart with her, and some of them spoke right out and said so.

    I said to them, “Now I want to ask you a question. If someone asked you directions to a certain place, but instead of following your directions, you saw that they mistakenly went the wrong way, wouldn’t you try to stop them or flag them down and try to get them straightened out? If you knew they didn’t know where they were going, wouldn’t you try to get them going in the right direction?” They all agreed that they would.

    I said, “All right, this woman was on the wrong road. She wasn’t on the road to healing. She was on the wrong road, and all I did was just flag her down. Now I have her attention.”

    When I explained that, most of the people in the congregation took the brakes off, and I felt a release in the spirit so I could go back and minister to the woman.

    I said, “Now, Sister, did you know you are healed?”

    She looked up at me, her eyes got big, and she said, “Oh, am I?”

    “Yes,” I said, “you are healed, and I can prove it to you by the Bible.” So I got my Bible, opened it to First Peter 2:24, handed it to her, and said, “Would you read this verse aloud please?”

    She read, “Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.”

    I said, “Read that last clause again.”

    And she read, “. . . by whose stripes ye were healed.”

    I said, “I want to ask you a question. Is ‘were’ past tense, present tense, or future tense?”

    She said, “It’s past tense.”

    Then I said, “If you were healed by Jesus’ stripes then you are healed, aren’t you?”

    “Yes,” she said, “I am.”

    I said, “Will you do what I tell you to do?”

    “Well,” she answered, “I will if it’s easy.”

    “This is the easiest thing you ever did in your life. Just lift your hands and look right up to heaven, and begin to praise God because you ARE healed, present tense. Praise Him because you are healed, not going to be healed; you are healed.”

“She just looked up, and as a little child, she said, “Dear Lord Jesus, I’m so glad I’m healed.”

    She hadn’t walked a step yet. She had no evidence of healing whatever, but she said, “I’m so glad I’m healed. I’m so thankful, dear Lord Jesus. You know how tired I got sitting around all those four years. Thank God, my knees are well and my limbs are healed. I’m so thankful.”

    Then I said to the congregation, “Let’s thank God with her because she IS healed—not going to be healed—but because she is healed.” You see, faith is present tense, not future tense. You’ve got to get your believing in the present tense for things to work for you. Most of the crowd raised their hands and praised God with her because she was healed.

    Some probably said, “She’s not healed. She hasn’t walked a step yet.” But don’t you remember what our text said, “. . . faith IS the  EVIDENCE of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1). If you’re going to wait till you see something before you believe it, then that’s not faith at all. That’s leaning to the evidence of your senses.

  “After I told the congregation to praise God with this woman, I turned to the woman and said, “Now, Sister, arise and walk in Jesus’ Name.” Immediately that woman jumped off that altar like a sixteen-year-old and walked and leaped and ran and praised God!”

“We had to get that woman’s believing in the right tense. The Word won’t work for you unless you get it in the right tense. As long as you’re struggling to receive healing, for example, and you believe you’re going to get it sometime in the future, you are not in faith. If it’s future tense, that’s hope. Faith says, “It’s mine. I have it now.”

5: Teaching

Healing technician shares their own thoughts, scriptures or illustrations - Must pertain to the subject of healing.

Healingtek Scripture
Healingtek Illustration

6: Confession

Tell everyone to bow their head and receive the healer - Pray quickly for them to receive Jesus.

Twenty minutes of confessions - All confessions must be in an attitude of thanksgiving like it has already come to pass. (see clinic outline here)

Testimonies for 5 minutes - No longer

Dismiss promptly at the top of the hour

*ALL MINISTERS ARE ACCOUNTABLE FOR TIME INCREMENTS TO BE MET. ALL PREACHING MUST BE COMPLETED BY TWENTY MINUTES BEFORE THE TOP OF THE HOUR TO ALLOW FOR THE WORKING OF THE WORD.

**IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT BEFORE YOU PREACH YOU SPEND 30 MINUTES – SITTING IN A CHAIR – SAYING THE FOLLOWING – OUT LOUD:

*I THANK YOU LORD – ACCORDING TO 1 JOHN 2:27 – I HAVE AN UNCTION TO SPEAK. ACCORDING TO MARK 16:17-18, “WHEN I LAY HANDS ON THE SICK THEY RECOVER.” *I HAVE HEALINGS, MIRACLES, SIGNS, WONDERS, WORKING OF MIRACLES, WORD OF KNOWLEDGE AND THE GIFT OF FAITH MANIFEST THROUGH ME.

*ACCORDING TO JOHN 14:16 THE HOLY SPIRIT IS HELPING ME TO MINISTER. I DO NOT DO IT IN MY OWN STRENGTH.