Clockwise from bottom left: Mark Paquette, Louise Comeau and Marian Gillard put their hands on a visitor to the Healing Rooms and prayed for her. Contributed photo

Healing Rooms offers free and confidential prayers

Marian Gillard is one of several who ask for God’s healing love

Marian Gillard

Observer Contributor

A woman who suffered pain for 15 years testified, following prayer at Healing Rooms, “I am pain free!”

Another person came in suffering with back pain and vertigo. God healed this person.

A 10-year-old boy suffered a sports injury to his knee and told the team he felt “like a million bucks” following the prayer session.

These are testimonies released by our guests to encourage others to come and find the same relief at Quesnel Healing Rooms.

Quesnel Healing Rooms has been in operation for eight years. Last March, the group moved from Bethel Church to a spa storefront on Reid Street.

Volunteers renovated the rooms and entranceway in order to offer an easily accessible location and our guests really appreciate it.

I know I am speaking to many we see passing by on the street. We are ready and waiting to minister to you.

Please don’t hesitate to come in for this free and confidential prayer. Those who do, go out with peace in their hearts and smiles on their faces.

I recently joined the ministry of 18 team members who come from several different churches. We all desire to help those who are sick or discouraged and in need of a loving touch from our Lord Jesus.

Would you like to know the answer to the following questions you may be asking?

Will you be judged for being a sinner?

Never! We are all sinners, but God’s grace has saved us from judgment.

Will you be able to unburden my heart and ask the team to keep your secrets?

We are trained to keep all you say absolutely confidential.

Can you heal me from a life-threatening disease or injury?

No, we have no miracle power in ourselves, but we trust in Jesus to heal by His Spirit. God builds our faith every time a testimony is given about a healing.

If you receive the prayer by faith, God will answer the prayer of agreement.

What if I have a child who needs healing?

Our protocol includes how to pray for healing of children. Read the boy’s testimony again.

Is this a counselling centre?

While the Holy Spirit is always ready to counsel you for any distress you are in, we are not counsellors. We may be able to recommend a professional if you request it.

There are more than 22 Healing Rooms in British Columbia and more than 3,000 worldwide.

We are ready here in Quesnel to give your spirit a lift and share God’s Healing Love with you.

Jeremiah 33:6: “Behold, I will bring health and healing. I will heal them and reveal to them the abundance of peace and truth.”

We are located at 263 Reid St. and are open between 7 and 9 p.m. on Mondays (except stat-holidays) and from noon to 2 p.m. every Wednesday.

Want to join the team?

Come by and speak to Bob and Cyndi or Angela.

For more information, go to www.healingrooms.com.

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