Are There Barriers to Your Healing?

In our quest for deeper healing and transformation we might encounter “roadblocks” or “barriers”. Some people who have come for prayer say they have “hit a brick wall”. No matter what they do, they cannot move forward in their spiritual journey.

In my over twenty years of leading prayer teams for healing and transformation I have discerned a number of such “barriers”. In this teaching video, I cover 32 barriers. No doubt there are more. But take heart, Jesus the lover of our souls will not give up on us! He is faithful so that we experience more of his grace and love which steadily transforms us (Eph. 3:14-19; Col. 2:6-7; 2 Cor. 3:17-18). Such is the deeper love of Jesus that is the most potent means of our spiritual formation.

This is a teaching video that is meant both for people wanting to learn more about how to engage in the ministry of healing and transformation and those who want to receive such prayer. As you listen to the 32 barriers that I cover, prayerfully reflect if any apply to you. In some past conferences there were a number of people who indicated that many of the barriers applied to them. Invariably, this helps to move forward in prayer sessions. Spiritual reflection and contemplation are always important for our spiritual journey.

This video is an excerpt from some of the teaching for a conference on healing and transformation conducted via Zoom for Immanuel Baptist Church in Toronto during the fall of 2020.

Author: Dieter K Mulitze, PhD

Dieter has written three books on the ministry of transforming and healing prayer. One of Dieter’s main roles in this ministry is teaching the seminar series and speaking at conferences. Dieter’s three books serve to articulate and strengthen the theology and practice of the ministry of transforming prayer for the whole person. Dieter graduated from the U. of Guelph (BSc) and holds a PhD in quantitative genetics from the U. of Saskatchewan. Dieter was an associate professor with the University of Nebraska, and has co-authored scientific papers in several professional journals. He is a graduate of Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., with the Master of Christian Studies (MCS) degree, concentrating in spiritual theology. Dieter has served as an elder in a number of churches. Dieter is bi-vocational, serving as the Chief Scientific Officer for Agronomix Software, a software development company which develops, distributes and supports a software application for plant breeders and agronomists worldwide. With his experience in the corporate world, Dieter has also taught on the theology of work. Dieter is no stranger to international travel – having lived in Syria and Morocco for a total of 6 years and travelling to over 50 countries worldwide for business or ministry. Dieter and his wife Ellen live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. They have one daughter, Karissa, who lives in France with her husband and children.