How many of us have been tormented by various plagues…Depression, Addiction, Molestation, Physical Abuse, Rape, Abandonment and so on?
April 4, 2014 (Newswire.com) - 50 Women Couches Conference allows you to bear witness to their triumphs as they share their journey while on the couch! They are inspired to take the healing they have received and share it with other hurting women to help them stop the years of bleeding they are experiencing in their hearts. "And Jesus said, Who touched me? When all denied, Peter and they that were with him said, Master, the multitude throng thee and press thee, and sayest thou, Who touched me?" (Luke 8:45)
Jesus has chosen many of us to carry on his healing with just one touch. It is very import that we remain stewards of God and dispense the virtue we have received from Christ healing, to others, those who have been waiting for a break through. "And Jesus said, Somebody hath touched me: for I perceive that virtue is gone out of me." (Luke 8:46)
FWC has decided to take what's considered to be "His Hem" to conferences, workshops, seminars, churches, schools other events and to display on different products.
WHY STOP THE BLEED?
The Woman with the Issue of Blood, like so many other poignant women of the Bible has no given name. She is only identified by her situation. This Woman suffered from a bleeding condition for 12 years. She was plagued with hemorrhaging during a time when women were already considered to be second class citizens. In Biblical times, during the time of a Woman's menstrual cycle, she was considered unclean. Anyone that touched her during that was considered "unclean". Anything she touched during that time was considered "unclean". Imagine that! That was just the norm for the average woman. But this Woman had her "Issue" EVERY day for 12 years! Today that would be 4,380 not including leap years. Can you just imagine how she felt?
It is important to stop the bleed because Jesus did, it is important to stop the bleed because our women are dying inside, its important to stop the bleed because women are the mothers of all living.