Dangerous Prayers provide a way out for all those wallowing helplessly under satanic harassment. Knowing what to do and, and doing it right could make a difference between who sinks or swims in the river of life.
“It would take me a really long time to try and make my fingers work,” says Cindy Asmus. “I had to think, I’m going to do this. Even tying my shoe, brushing and flossing my teeth, holding on to a pen and writing were hard to do.”
At age 44, Cindy Asmus’ life turned upside down. The doctor told her she had Parkinson’s disease. At first the symptoms were minor: She felt weak; there was a numbness in her arm. Over several years, it progressed into uncontrollable shaking.
Cindy’s faith made it hard to accept the diagnosis.
“You pray all the time that God wasn’t going to let this happen. It actually does get diagnosed. Continue reading
Prayer Changes Things
It was a hot day in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Baseball practice was in full swing. Sixteen-year-old Jonathan Aldy had just run to second base, when suddenly , he collapsed. His father Dennis, who was also his coach, stood just steps away.
“I glanced over towards shortstop for no apparent reason, was Continue reading
“Shame, guilt, embarrassment, I knew it was wrong. Born and raised in the church, I knew it was wrong,” declared Chris Amos.
It only took one look at a porn magazine and ten–year-old Chris Amos was hooked. It gave him a sense of power, acceptance, even love – things a boy unsure of himself needed. “Here’re the most beautiful women in the whole world and they are there to meet your every Continue reading
“I wanted somebody that would understand me. I wanted someone that when I said to them what I had gone through that I could have that shoulder to lean on as opposed to being judged.”
Linda had just moved from New York to live with family members in Florida when she found that person. At her new school, she met Rafael.
He recalls, “When I got to school that day, I saw a group of friends of mine, and I saw this new girl standing there. I said, ‘Wow! That’s a new girl. She’s beautiful.’ So I walked up to the crowd and introduced myself.” Continue reading