Published by Jerry Baysinger on 02 Dec 2016

THIS EARTHLY LIFE

As most of you know, my particular ministry is teaching about healing, and that is a multi-faceted subject.  As human beings, we are focused on our earthly life from the time we are born until we die.  Only when we become aware of God do we start thinking beyond our earthly life.  At some point in everyone’s life, God moves to make His presence known to them, and we are presented with a choice whether to accept Him or reject Him.  God doesn’t just give us one opportunity to know Him, then He’s gone, but rather, He will keep pulling on our heart strings until we receive Him, or tell Him to get lost and never speak to us again. It is written in 2 Peter 3:9, The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Nov 2016

JUST IN TIME

When asking the LORD just now what I’m supposed to write, He said to me, “Just in time.”  Well, this is a particularly hard letter for me to write today, because we just returned home from a trip where we returned from ministering to a family in North Carolina whose son was in the hospital in ICU.  The family had been believing God for six years to heal their son, and there were prayer intercessors all over the country praying for this young man for months around the clock.  I made two trips out there and laid hands on him for healing, the first trip three weeks ago saw him rally and improve. But later he developed sepsis in his blood, organ failure and he died a couple days ago in spite of all our prayers.  And God has often healed people for me at the last possible moment.  But not this time, and He tells me write “JUST IN TIME”?  Why, LORD?  It makes no sense to me. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Nov 2016

When asking the LORD just now what I’m supposed to write, He said to me, “Just in time.”  Well, this is a particularly hard letter for me to write today, because we just returned home from a trip where we returned from ministering to a family in North Carolina whose son was in the hospital in ICU.  The family had been believing God for six years to heal their son, and there were prayer intercessors all over the country praying for this young man for months around the clock.  I made two trips out there and laid hands on him for healing, the first trip three weeks ago saw him rally and improve. But later he developed sepsis in his blood, organ failure and he died a couple days ago in spite of all our prayers.  And God has often healed people for me at the last possible moment.  But not this time, and He tells me write “JUST IN TIME”?  Why, LORD?  It makes no sense to me. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 28 Oct 2016

HEALING IS THE CHILDREN’S BREAD

Everywhere I go, there are people who don’t believe it is always God’s will to heal, and they believe that way because so many are prayed for to receive their healing, yet they aren’t.  And I would admit that is pretty compelling evidence for the naysayers, except I have read the Bible cover to cover several times and find that what God wills, and what people believe are usually two different things. Continue Reading »