SozoLife is for you!
It was a fall afternoon when a lady came in for her first Sozo session. One of her siblings told her about Sozo; the process of the Holy Spirit to restore the soul by a prophetic prayer ministry team, and she agreed to sign up for a session because her sister asked her to. But in her mind, she expected another failure and disappointment; another fix that probably wouldn’t work. She rationalized, “What do I have to lose, nothing else has worked.” It seemed like a long shot, but she made a trip.
She had spent the last 15 years of her life in a bed of hopeless depression; 16 to 18 hours a day. She had received treatment from medical professionals without success. She had also received pastoral counseling, as well as loving help from her husband with only short term success. Her childhood memories were a patchwork of torn fabric from an abusive father, who emotionally, verbally and sexually abused her from an early age. She fought thoughts of suicide daily.
The only time she left the confines of her dark bedroom was to attend church and tend to critical family matters. As she went to church the darkness would dissipate in the atmosphere of praise and worship and she would experience moments of light and hope. Depression held her in its grip and – in darkness – uninterested in doing anything but blocking out those horrible memories that kept attacking her mind. When she came for her session she was exasperated; helpless and hopeless.
What do you Believe?
The old saying that a child is born with a clean slate to be written upon is simply not true. When you came into the world, you were given a genetic memory of the character, nature, and attributes of God, and at conception stamped with a download of the first Adam’s nature; the curse that he acquired for all humans when he chose disobedience to God’s word in the Garden of Eden. This paradigm frames every perspective and every belief system in the soul of every human born into the world. The Scripture says,
For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
In this passage you can see at least three things. First, this passage reveals that God created Adam and gave him a choice that would affect all of us. Two, Adam’s choice in the Garden of Eden is still in effect today because we all die. Three, Adam’s sin nature, leveraged on you from the beginning of your life has a solution in Christ. Through Christ you can be made whole and have ultimate victory.
I have seen the Holy Spirit literally transform hearts by revealing the deepest and darkest secrets of the human experience, and bring resolution to years of wounding and trauma. You can be whole too.
Although the lady that we started this introduction with came with skepticism, she experienced a breakthrough as the power of the Holy Spirit touched her in revelation, in deliverance, and in healing for her soul. She experienced God like never before. Her perspective changed. She gave her hurt to Jesus and he took it to the cross. She forgave her family. She repented of her judgments. She broke her self destructive vows. She severed unrighteous soul-ties. And her belief system began to change as she walked into a relationship with the Spirit of Truth.
She left her first Sozo session filled with the anointing of God that breaks the yoke. She basked in his presence all the way home and got up the next morning with no desire to stay in bed. She said, “I don’t know what happened, but I just didn’t want to stay in bed, and it was like I could not even remember the depression that God delivered me from.” A couple of Sozo experiences later, God put her fractured heart back together; and she was made whole by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Now she lives in God’s vision for her life. She experiences God’s love and lives in agreement with his Truth. The victim spirit is transformed into more than a butterfly, she is now an over comer and more than a conqueror.
After many Sozo sessions, her foundations have been rebuilt and she is walking in wholeness. She is a fighter. She is healed. She is set free. She no longer takes medication. She no longer needs to see a psychiatrist. She functions in ministry, and has pursued other professional job endeavors successfully. She guides others toward their life destiny.
 1 Corinthians 15:20-22
I am completing a book that outlines each step and how to administrate this process.