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With your host Sid Roth

Our Guest Joan Hunter

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SID: Okay. Joan Hunter, death sentence, cancer, two years to live. They can’t understand it. It disappeared, the cancer. How many years has that been now?

JOAN: It’s been over 14 years. Praise God.

SID: Okay. There are a lot of people with broken hearts. I think, Joan, to be human is to live in a human world with imperfect people. Of course, we’re perfect. Just to be married is enough to get a broken heart. But what do you do about it? What did you do about it?

JOAN: What happened to me is that I got rid of all the junk in my heart and I told him, I said, I felt like that somebody, that he had taken my heart. My heart was literally shredded, taken it out, run through a meat grinder and then stomped on, and then handed back to me, of which it obviously, metaphorically, I received the heart back. I gave it to God and I said, “God, you’re the only one who can heal the heart.” I went to doctors, counselors. They said seven to eight years you might feel a little better, but you will never, ever get over this. You will never, ever get over it. I’m so over it, I teach about how people can get healed and over it, and then forget about it. Praise God. Hallelujah. Have it completely wiped from your memory. And then my teaching of this, 14 years ago, they have just recently over the last couple of years, a broken heart syndrome.

SID: It’s a medical term.

JOAN: It’s a medical term, a broken heart syndrome. And what they do is they’ve gone in and looked at the actual physical heart and the x-rays in like the camera that goes in, oh, you have broken heart syndrome. It’s actually shredded. I think that is so amazing. And literally, a couple of months ago, I had my heart examined, you know, and they said, “You have the most amazing heart. I wish I had your heart.” My doctor is 40 years old and I’m 61. So yeah.

SID: A 40-year-old cardiologist said, was he a cardiologist?

JOAN: A regular GP.

SID: Okay. He wants her heart, 61.

JOAN: That’s pretty good. I have a new heart. I have a brand new heart, totally not shredded, totally healed.

SID: You know what I’d like? You did something for a number of members of my staff.

JOAN: We’re having a revival here.

SID: I know, but they’re not working. They’re just so ecstatic. What did you do for them?

JOAN: They’re healed and whole, and working better now because they do not have to think about the past.

SID: I’m teasing.

JOAN: I know you are. But it was so amazing, some of the different things. Several of them, I ministered to them yesterday, they slept through the night for the first time in years. One person, every night their father would come at the same time, take the covers off and beat them. And every night for probably 30 years, waking up at the same time, same time every night going [breathe].

SID: What causes that, by the way?

JOAN: Oh, it’s trauma, trauma and cellular memory. So I prayed for her yesterday to break that clock of that memory and she slept through the night for the first time last night with no waking up going [breathe], it’s my father coming in. Hallelujah. That’s just one of the miracles.

SID: Tell me a little bit about this thing called cellular memory. What is that?

JOAN: It’s really amazing with cellular memory. Like I prophesied, I had a word of knowledge, which you know, you did earlier today. I had a word of knowledge that this person had been beaten by a baseball bat by their mother when they were younger. And he’s now, he came to me later, he’s now 35, had had 30 years of pain every place where his mother beat him. And I spoke that out. He went home that night, slept through the night, no pain. Came back the next day. He says, “Every place that was bruised because of cellular memory was completely healed and all the pain of those beatings and the memory of it was completely gone.” It’s amazing.

SID: It is. You know what? Joan was teaching yesterday and she explained when someone has an organ transplant, like a heart transplant, explain the cellular memory there.

JOAN: It depends on how the person died. Like I’ll give you an easy one. The person dies and they died in a falling accident. Well this person gets the new heart and they’re going, they wake up and they’re going, I feel like I’m falling. I don’t know what, I can’t stop. I just keep falling. Well it’s because that’s how this person died. And then their hearts have been transplanted because of murder and they’re being bludgeoned to death or being, you know, the murder is happening again to them, even though it’s not physically. They’re able to see the murderer’s face, even though it happened to this person. They’re able to identify, get a composite sketch

SID: So the heart actually has a memory.

JOAN: Has memory.

SID: When it comes from one body to another, the memory travels.

JOAN: Yes. And between that, blood transfusions, body part transplants, any of that kind of stuff. I’m not against that, but you make sure that that heart has been prayed over, trauma out of it, cellular memory out of it to go before it comes in. And once that person got arrested, you know, that had murdered the other one, then she had no more nightmares.

SID: All right. What if I ask Joan, when we come back to pray for you, to pray for that shredded heart and to pray a very supernatural prayer that those memories, your memories of every day. I mean, let me tell you how traumatic it was for Joan. Her husband, after the divorce, would take her daughters to a gay bar. I mean, can you picture that? What about those memories?

JOAN: Well he took two of the daughters there, and it’s a long involved story where that’s concerned. I learned how to really pray for my kids and give them to God. But what happened is all of those, I know that that happened. I know his lifestyle. But all the other things, God has totally wiped it away, totally wiped it away. All I have is awesome great memories of him, which that’s got to be God.

SID: It’s got to be God. We’ll be right back and it’s your time, your turn.

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