First Presbyterian Church of Levittown, PA
Do you need Inner Healing?
There are red flags which may be indicators that you need Inner Healing:
Unreasonable fear and anxiety
Unexplained obsessive behavior
Unexplained compulsive behavior
Depression and hopelessness
Feelings of rejection
A rift between you and the Lord
Emotions that run you
Feelings of unworthiness
5918 Emilie Road
Levittown PA 19057
Church Office: 215-945-8550 Child Care Office: 215-945-6551 email@example.com
Drive In Service station 106.7
10:00 am in our Sanctuary and Chapel.
See below for more info.
That you may be healed...
Jesus' brother James (5:16) said, "Pray for one another, that you may be healed."
The Lord does not want us to remain in pain. He came to bring peace.
Who needs Inner Healing? Probably everyone. We are complex and wonderful beings. But for one reason or another, most of us wind up with wounds, and a wound unhealed can fester and poison us.
Once you've received the Inner Healing Jesus brings, it requires no maintenance. It is complete in itself. He brings us to a place of peace. Past events, old or new memories, lose their power to hurt us.
"May the Lord of peace himself grant you Peace in every circumstance." II Thessalonians 3:16
When we don't heal, we can become the cause of new wounds in others, which is not something most of us wish to do. The Inner Healing ministry team facilitates a confidential ministry.
If you have something that has resisted change, something you haven't been able to reason yourself out of, or pray your way through, the Inner Healing Ministry Team stands ready to help you effect your desired changes.
Recovery is already bought and paid for -- "By his stripes we are healed" -- so you might as well claim the promise. No fee will be charged.
Inner Healing Ministry is now called Transitional Prayer Ministry and still continues to be simply a type of prayer ministry. Its name explains a great deal of the focus. Many of us seek physical healing and often neglect our emotional and spiritual health. William Penn said, "Thee spends much on thy physical body and go to much trouble to take care of it. I pray you give a little care for thy soul."