Childlike Faith

Disclaimer: I, Deb Maciorowski, am the Vice President to the Special Touch R.E.A.C.H. New England Chapter and the postings on this site are my own and don’t represent Special Touch Ministry’s positions, strategies or opinions in any way.

The message I gave last week at our Special Touch R.E.A.C.H. New England Chapter meeting was on steps of faith and this was my story of faith in that message.

This is my son Tom, my little prayer warrior!

This is my son Tom, my little prayer warrior!

Hebrews 11:1 Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see.

One day out of the blue, I became allergic to peanuts and ended up going to the hospital. It was about two weeks after I got out of the hospital that my son, Tom, told me, “Mom, God already healed you. Here, Mom try this.” It was something with peanuts in it. I can tell you I did not have the faith he had.

Tom would remind me quite often that God already healed me. Every time we had worship practice Pastor J would ask, “Does anyone have a prayer request?” without hesitation, my prayer request every time was to be healed from this peanut/nut allergy.

It was just about six months after the initial reaction to peanuts that Tom said again, “Here Mom, please eat this peanut M & M, please, Mom?! I just know God already healed you.” That was right around Christmas Eve day and it was in that very moment I felt God say in my heart, “Why don’t you have faith  like your son?” So I said ok, I’m going to believe and have faithlike Tom so I ate that peanut M & M in faith believing that I was completely healed of this peanut allergy. And for the first time in six months I did not have a single reaction. No tingling of my tongue, no hives, no swelling, and I mean not even the slightest reaction of any kind. I was completely healed just as my son had believed. I can tell you, we were doing a “Hallelujah” dance in our kitchen that morning.

I tell you this because it does not matter how long or how little time you have been a Christian to have faith like that. What matters is do you believe and trust God to do what he promises in His word. For nothing is impossible with God. Amen!

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About debbestillandlisten

Worshipper and follower of Jesus Christ. God has given this Christian the privilege of loving and caring for my amazing son. I absolutely love to worship our Lord and Savior and to be in His presence; there is nothing better!
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7 Responses to Childlike Faith

  1. Amen Deb! I remember the day you were healed miraculously. It was a testimony to me that you received the word and knew that you were healed and then you took the step. You did not take the step before God put the faith in your heart along with the word of knowledge. So often I see people stepping into things for which God has given them no word and then they are broken hearted because God did not me them in THEIR expectation.

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  2. Gayle says:

    Wow!!!! I love the picture with this post!!!!!! Such a cute kid, Debby!!!

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  3. This story makes me think of Jesus saying that in order to enter the kingdom of heaven, we must be like children. The pure faith of young ones is often an example to me…

    I praise God for His healing power in your life.

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