Are You Healed? Supernatural Salvation:
The Powerless Python Spirit Versus the Ordinary Woman of Faith
“…Nothing shall by any means hurt you” (Luke 10:19).
I am not a woman generally given to visions. So what I am going to share is as much a phenomenon to me as it may seem to you. I was taken with Christ beneath the ground to the underworld in a vision. It was dense and dark. A mammoth python spirit snake from a far distance was moving rapidly toward me. I felt unafraid because I was standing there with the resurrected Jesus of Calvary, triumphant over every spirit. I sensed the snake knew he was under the authority of Jesus, just as I was. Knowing he was under submission to Christ’s dominion, he still approached me in his deception of mammoth size, because clearly, it was the only tool he had. How defeated is our foe!
I remember thinking how enormous his head was as he stopped in front of me and stared directly into
my eyes with unmistakable hate. I had a “knowing” or “impression” from the Lord he was suspended in time, not just for that moment, but forever in his own poison. He was totally unable to act upon his feelings. There he was paralyzed, bound in his own venomous heart, no matter how large or fierce he appeared to be, the only power he had was to slither away.
As he disappeared from view, I sensed he wanted to strike me with the flick of his tail. If only he had not been under the victory of what Jesus did for us all. Out of sight forever, I noticed a particle of light attached to every particle of dirt. The Holy Spirit caused even the dirt underground to become permeated with warm light.
There I was thinking, how saved I am as an ordinary woman of faith. There is no effort in this on my part. Could I have saved myself? Not in any way. This is not a question mark. I am not somewhat saved. I am completely saved forever. It is a period. Jesus saves!
“…Nothing shall by any means hurt you.”
New Book: 2016
Arlene Luther is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and a graduate partner of the Institute of Ministry, Minnesota. She has worked in church all of her life. She has taught Bible School, served on various committees, church boards, and women’s groups as secretary, as well as the usual missions sewing groups and bake sale fundraisers. She has served communion. She has served in choir and as liturgist. She served Nebraska Church Women United as Assembly Chair several years as a member of the Congregational Church. Arlene loves God: her desire is to share the gospel and her story to those around her. To this end, in addition to “Are You Healed,” she has written song tracts, some of which are included in this book, and written a second book: “Good News Fast Tract” for use as an evangelistic tool for teachers and youth. She currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska.
And He said unto me, “My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness” (2 Corinthians 12: 9)
Life is anything but easy for many persons on this Earth. There is almost always more to a person’s life than you can see or understand apart from the Divine intention of God, our Father. Arlene Luther shares her testimony of how God’s good intention toward us does prevail in eternity past, present, and future. She tells how you can fight in faith to conquer your infirmities and declare victory in your life.
“I pray that this book gives you eyesight and personal encouragement to “see” and overcome the wiles of the devil in life.” Arlene A. Luther
Are You Healed? Supernatural Salvation
“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, and temperance” (Galatians 5:22).
“For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts higher than your thoughts” (Isaiah 55:9).
“…for I am the Lord that healeth thee” (Exodus 15:26).
“Bless the Lord O my soul: and all that is within me bless His holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits: who forgives all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases” (Psalm 103:1-3).
“He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds” (Psalm 147:3).
“…the Lord bindeth up the breach of His people, and healeth the stroke of their wound” (Isaiah 30:26).
“But unto you that fear my name shall the sun of righteousness arise with healing in His wings” (Malachi 4:2).
What Do Friends and Colleagues Say?
Arlene Luther is a lady of good character. Arlene is a good manager in the handling of her finances. She does “much with little.” Tobias Pederson, Pastor 1982
Arlene’s personality lends itself to a service provider field. She is fortunate to possess an even temper, compassionate disposition, and capability to relate to all ages. Rosemary Elsberg, Friend
Arlene is a talented person, and has musical ability. In my contact with her, I have observed she works well with children. Rev. Donald Jones, Pastor 1985
Arlene is receptive to suggestions. She puts much energy into her planning and instruction. She uses a wide variety of activities to motivate students. Barbara Lucas, Special Projects 1986
Arlene consistently demonstrates a high level of dependability, arrives on time, and works very well with other team members. Arlene is also one of the most trustworthy employees I have had the pleasure to work with during our time together. She has brought a lot to the
team in interaction, presence, and new ideas to overcome obstacles or maintain productive and positive work. Mandy McGinnis, Colleague, Business Manager 2002
You are truly a wonderfully remarkable woman of God, talented, beyond measure. Blessings Sis, Deb Hayes, Colleague I.O.M. 2013
Arlene is outspoken and courageous in her beliefs. Kris Fries I.O.M. 2013
Arlene is very detail-oriented and ambitious. She has a big heart behind her work. Angelia Heim, Colleague, Coordinator of Volunteers and Human Resources 2014
I can tell you were spiritually motivated for the right words and melodies in your music. I finished playing through your music this morning. You have the spiritual gift of creating pleasing and singable songs. I bet each song has a story behind it. Thanks for sharing your talents with us. I feel honored to know you and sing your praises. These songs could be made into some kind of format like a Christian musical. I can tell you poured your soul, heart and passion for the creation of these songs. I liked all your songs. I will pray you will be given more melodies and words for your next adventure in song. God Bless, Gary Koelling, Friend, Retired Music Teacher 2015 Hi, Arlene! I read through your testimony yesterday afternoon. It was so fascinating and moving! Thank-you for sharing it with us! Cathy Koelling, Friend 2015