Hello! Well, I am here to tell of something almost too incredible for some to believe. But our God is just too wonderful for words. First I need to tell how in 1988, after the Lord had brought me into an intercessory lifestyle, I was sitting on my parents swing praying & praising the Lord when the Lord impressed this on me: If it took the Blood of My Precious Son in the N.T. to blot out sin & I used the blood of animals in the O.T....how much must I love the animals? I thought....Yes, for a sacrifice to be a sacrifice it must be of high value. What a revelation that was to me. I didn't have any animals at this time even though as a child I had dogs & was considered the animal lover of the family. Later the Lord put many animals in my life..some for me & some to bless others. The first of these gifts from my Heavenly Father was a heeler/besenji mix that I had for 15 years. She was the love of my life. When I lost her the Lord miraculously put another heeler mix into my life. I could hardly fathom the blessing & the way in which He delivered her. You could say it reduced me to that little girl again at the wonder of His love. I've had her 3 years now this Christmas & she is what gives me a spark in my days as an older single woman...life can get pretty lonely! Late this past summer, while playing frisbee I noticed something seemed to be wrong with her right eye. It instantly brought fear & worry. After all, I did notice she wasn't catching her frisbee as well as she used to. But then, maybe it was just a peice of fuzz or something. I think I must have went into denial after I saw it again because I avoided looking at it very closely anymore. (My eyes are really not that good so I could simply not focus as we had our daily play). One night in Nov. a few months after I had first noticed there seemed to be a problem, she was pressing me to play as I typed away on the computer. In the brightness of the dining area as I looked down on her sweet face I saw clearly that right eye still had a problem. I couldn't deny or ignor this anymore. Was the lens detaching? Clearly, something was seriously wrong. I was sick. I continued to type but began to think on how tired I was of these 'faith oppportunities.' If it wasn't my cars it was the animals. I felt like a victim. I came to the conclusion in short order that no matter how worn I felt I would fight for her. As she brought me another toy to throw I began to tell her how much God loved her & that He would heal her. Just 18 months prior I had lost a very special kitty of 12 years to lung cancer because of a place of disobedience on my part but I continued to tell her of God's great love for her & how He would heal her! The more I told her how much God loved her & that God would heal her the more my joy grew. I don't know how long it was but it couldn't have been longer than 10 minutes before I stopped to throw another toy for her & gazed down into two perfect brown eyes! Needless to say I told everyone that would listen! And ...I want to continue to tell those who would need encouragement. How much more would He want to heal those bought by His blood? I really feel that the act of 'confessing' was one of the reasons for our miracle. After all the Bible says He is the High Priest of our confession (see amplified version..Heb. 3:1, 4:14, 10:23 & 1 Tim. 6:12). Sometimes it's instantanious & other times the belief in God's promises have to be confessed continuously in the face of the problem. I love 1 John 5:14,15 (amp). We know by His word God's will is to heal. By His stripes we are & were healed the word says. That's His will for all according to the Bible. Did Jesus ever say no to anyone who came to Him for healing? How wonderful to know how much He loves us? Perfect love cast out fear.