Spirit-Filled Cancer Fighter Shares 3 Prophetic Words That Guide Her Through Healing

Spirit-Filled Cancer Fighter Shares 3 Prophetic Words That Guide Her Through Healing

When Yolanda Pratt heard the doctor tell her she had stage 4 breast cancer, she felt a cloud of fear and death instantly sweep over her. Listen as she tells her story to host Stephen Strang. Hear what God shared with Yolanda during her time of struggles leading to her continued healing.

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Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Yolanda Pratt

When Yolanda Pratt heard the doctor tell her she had stage 4 breast cancer, she felt a cloud of fear and death instantly sweep over her. Listen as she tells her story to host Stephen Strang. Hear what God shared with Yolanda during her time of struggles leading to her continued healing.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: Cancer is a terrible disease. I know because I'm a cancer survivor. But many times, the cure is almost worse than the disease. The medical establishment does the best they can and they do help some people, but often they do more harm than good. I heard a story that I wanted to share with you on my podcast is by Yolanda Pratt. She is the wife of Papa Bear Alaska, who is one of our authors. In private conversation, she was telling me her story. Hello, everyone. This is Stephen Strang, and welcome to the Strang Report, which today I am devoting to hear this amazing story of what she has been through, what she's going through and how she's learning some things about alternative types of treatment. So, I'll welcome you, Yolanda.

Tell me and my listeners some of the things you were telling me over lunch today of how you've been through this and the whole thing with chemo and some of the natural things and what the Lord has been doing in your life.

·         Read the Strang Report: Spirit-Filled Cancer Fighter Shares 3 Prophetic Words That Guide Her Through Healing

Yolanda Pratt: In 2016, I was first diagnosed with breast cancer. I had seen my dad pass away from cancer and he did chemo. He did everything the doctors told him and he died a horrible death. When I saw that, I said I will never do chemo. When the time came for me to make that choice, I just did not have peace in my spirit to go that route, to go the conventional route of chemo. I did everything I could. I Googled, I researched, I read books and I did natural therapy. I became vegan, juicing, 10 pounds of carrots a day and raw foods. I was doing really, really good until last summer, 2018. I was having some pain in my left hip, and I thought I had just pinched my sciatic nerve. Then I went to the chiropractor to fix it my back. I thought he broke my hip or something. And then after some tests with my oncologist, they found out I had stage four cancer that metastasized to my hip. When your doctors give you a diagnosis, it’s as if they give you a death sentence, and it's as if they pass a cloud of death and fear to you. But we chose not to believe that. Many times, we've came out of doctor’s offices, canceling out those word curses, canceling out that fear. So since then, again, the doctors wanted me to do chemo. My oncologist wanted me to do chemo pill and radiation and again, we had no peace so we researched through friends a doctor in Reno that does natural therapy along with chemo.

Stephen Strang: Tell us what you did in Reno.

Yolanda Pratt: Again, we had a couple of friends that had hooked us up with the doctor that sent me to the doctor in Reno, Dr. James Forsythe, and he does immune therapy and low-dose chemo that matches your blood. So, they have what they call a Greek test. They actually take your blood, send it to Greece, and then they match it up with the 50 chemo. So, there are over 50 chemos that they randomly give to people. They put your blood and all these petri dishes and then put the chemos in with your blood and they see which chemos will work with your blood. So, I had two chemos that were 82 percent effective with my blood type. He gets those chemos and I was on a three-week protocol. They gave me low-dose chemo two times a week and then three times a week they gave me immune therapy, Vitamin C which is incredible for fighting cancer; Vitamin D glutathione and just all kinds of other nutrients that they gave to me through IV.

Stephen Strang: How can someone find out about this because, having been through cancer myself and I was treated by medical science by some treatments that have only been developed in the last couple of decades, but I had to search like you did, and find the treatment that was right for me. But my observation, talking to many, many cancer patients and survivors was that a lot of people just do whatever their doctor tells them to do, or maybe what the insurance will pay for. They don't really know what's going on. They just hope for the best. But really, my experience and it sounds like yours too, is that you almost have to take control over your own health, which would include things like canceling word curses, that we as Christians believe. So, I believe that there is a place for medical science and even what you're describing is through medical science, deciding what your blood type is and so forth. There are scammers out there and what do they call them, quacks? Sometimes it's hard to know who is really on the cutting edge of something that's new and exciting and who is just a quack. What would be your advice to someone who is facing cancer themselves or perhaps a loved one is going through it and they're just very, very concerned as you were for your father.

 

·         Listen on CPN: Stephen Strang: After 5 years, What God Taught Me about Fear, Faith and Cancer

 

Yolanda Pratt: You learn so much when you go through any type of situation. Through cancer, I learned so much. One of the first things I've heard from God and really learned is that when you are diagnosed with cancer, you hear that word cancer and immediately fear fills you because you remember everyone that's gone through chemo, everyone that has died of chemo, and just the horror that they've gone through. One thing that God told me … the first thing He said, Yolanda, do not fear because fear will kill you. The second thing he said, go and speak every word in my Word, believe every word in my Word. And third, this is not your death sentence. So, through those words from the Lord, it led me to OK God, I have no peace doing chemo. So, I'm just going to research. I Googled a lot like I said. There are therapies that can help cancer other than conventional. But I would suggest not to just say, Okay, I'm not going to go conventional. So, I'm not going to see any doctors. Many people do die of cancer because they wait till the very end and then there is no time. But I did research, I continued to see my oncologist even though I didn't take their exact diagnosis. I just did everything I could. People would ask me, is it hard to be vegan? Is it hard to do this? I said, when your life depends on it, no, I want to live. My greatest medicine was the word of God. It’s just amazing. I have to speak God's Word over my life, because the Word of God is life. Right? And it really says that faith, it reminds me of who He is and what He does. He says that he's the same God yesterday, today and forever. So, if he healed then, over 2,000 years ago at the Cross, He's healing today. I just suggest to research and pray and ask God for wisdom. I've known Christians that did everything the doctor told them to, that the oncologist told them to and through prayer and having prayer teams, they did well. But again, for me, I just knew that was not the way I was supposed to go, the conventional way.

Stephen Strang: And you've been able to help other people too. Haven't people contacted you, and you've been able to encourage them and give them advice?

Yolanda Pratt: I am also on Periscope. And whenever I do a periscope with cancer, there's a lot of people that come in, because unfortunately, a lot of people are facing this. But through again, the situation, it's taught me so much where I can encourage others. When I tell people, you know, take captive your thoughts or don't let those thoughts of fear and death and discouragement fill your mind, don't do that. They say, how do I do that? I'm able to encourage them and teach them how to do that. But when I tell them also that when you go to the doctor and it says if a cloud of fear and death is transferred onto you, they say, “oh my goodness, yes, that's what happens when they go to the doctor.” We can rise above that. I’ve been able to pray with others, encourage others and just share what I've been doing. It's really helped a lot of people.

Stephen Strang: Some of this stuff you don't really know unless you live through it. But I can identify because I had prostate cancer and a doctor told me if you have to have cancer that's the best kind of cancer to have because it is treatable. It's also very slow growing, but when the doctor told me, I didn't even tell my mother for two weeks because once I sort of began to understand that I wasn't about to die tomorrow … and of course you deal with it, but I can really identify with what you said. I know a lot of the people who are listening can too. Let's go over what your advice is again that people … first of all if you're a believer, and if you're not a believer, you need to become a believer and believe the Word of God and to cast off these word curses. These things affect us and we don't know how or why. Maybe it can't be quantified by medical science, but we know that it's true. Life and death is in the power of the tongue, right? So, tell us what people should do.

Yolanda Pratt: I encourage you to pray and go to God. I've heard people say, well, if there's a God, then why is there cancer? Why are people dying of cancer? I tell them, don't run away from God during this time. If anything, you need God, run to God during this time because you need him you need that direction. You need that peace. You need that strength to know that there is more. There's life after death after the diagnosis of cancer. I do encourage you to research. One website that really helped me was crispycancer.com. There is an amazing story of a man, same thing, was diagnosed with cancer, had surgery; cancer was all through his body and the doctors wanted to immediately do all this conventional treatment. He had no peace to go that way. So he went totally healthy … nutrition, Vitamin C IVs. There is just so much out there. There are many people that have survived cancer that have been healed of cancer. One thing I would do, I would go to YouTube and look up videos of people who were supernaturally healed of cancer and people who were healed of cancer through diet and exercise. You need that encouragement. Doctors will tell you different things and not so encouraging things. So, you need to put that life you need to put the word of God in you and encouragement in you. I say don't give up. don't immediately think you're going to die. Do not receive that. Receive what God says. Receive that there is life in that you can conquer this no matter what you feel. I am tested in this many times. It doesn't matter what you feel, no matter what it seems like, you have to believe. For me, I have to believe what God says and what He’s spoken over me in his Word.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Yolanda Pratt, click here.

 

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Yolanda Pratt

When Yolanda Pratt heard the doctor tell her she had stage 4 breast cancer, she felt a cloud of fear and death instantly sweep over her. Listen as she tells her story to host Stephen Strang. Hear what God shared with Yolanda during her time of struggles leading to her continued healing.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: Cancer is a terrible disease. I know because I'm a cancer survivor. But many times, the cure is almost worse than the disease. The medical establishment does the best they can and they do help some people, but often they do more harm than good. I heard a story that I wanted to share with you on my podcast is by Yolanda Pratt. She is the wife of Papa Bear Alaska, who is one of our authors. In private conversation, she was telling me her story. Hello, everyone. This is Stephen Strang, and welcome to the Strang Report, which today I am devoting to hear this amazing story of what she has been through, what she's going through and how she's learning some things about alternative types of treatment. So, I'll welcome you, Yolanda.

Tell me and my listeners some of the things you were telling me over lunch today of how you've been through this and the whole thing with chemo and some of the natural things and what the Lord has been doing in your life.

·         Read the Strang Report: Spirit-Filled Cancer Fighter Shares 3 Prophetic Words That Guide Her Through Healing

Yolanda Pratt: In 2016, I was first diagnosed with breast cancer. I had seen my dad pass away from cancer and he did chemo. He did everything the doctors told him and he died a horrible death. When I saw that, I said I will never do chemo. When the time came for me to make that choice, I just did not have peace in my spirit to go that route, to go the conventional route of chemo. I did everything I could. I Googled, I researched, I read books and I did natural therapy. I became vegan, juicing, 10 pounds of carrots a day and raw foods. I was doing really, really good until last summer, 2018. I was having some pain in my left hip, and I thought I had just pinched my sciatic nerve. Then I went to the chiropractor to fix it my back. I thought he broke my hip or something. And then after some tests with my oncologist, they found out I had stage four cancer that metastasized to my hip. When your doctors give you a diagnosis, it’s as if they give you a death sentence, and it's as if they pass a cloud of death and fear to you. But we chose not to believe that. Many times, we've came out of doctor’s offices, canceling out those word curses, canceling out that fear. So since then, again, the doctors wanted me to do chemo. My oncologist wanted me to do chemo pill and radiation and again, we had no peace so we researched through friends a doctor in Reno that does natural therapy along with chemo.

Stephen Strang: Tell us what you did in Reno.

Yolanda Pratt: Again, we had a couple of friends that had hooked us up with the doctor that sent me to the doctor in Reno, Dr. James Forsythe, and he does immune therapy and low-dose chemo that matches your blood. So, they have what they call a Greek test. They actually take your blood, send it to Greece, and then they match it up with the 50 chemo. So, there are over 50 chemos that they randomly give to people. They put your blood and all these petri dishes and then put the chemos in with your blood and they see which chemos will work with your blood. So, I had two chemos that were 82 percent effective with my blood type. He gets those chemos and I was on a three-week protocol. They gave me low-dose chemo two times a week and then three times a week they gave me immune therapy, Vitamin C which is incredible for fighting cancer; Vitamin D glutathione and just all kinds of other nutrients that they gave to me through IV.

Stephen Strang: How can someone find out about this because, having been through cancer myself and I was treated by medical science by some treatments that have only been developed in the last couple of decades, but I had to search like you did, and find the treatment that was right for me. But my observation, talking to many, many cancer patients and survivors was that a lot of people just do whatever their doctor tells them to do, or maybe what the insurance will pay for. They don't really know what's going on. They just hope for the best. But really, my experience and it sounds like yours too, is that you almost have to take control over your own health, which would include things like canceling word curses, that we as Christians believe. So, I believe that there is a place for medical science and even what you're describing is through medical science, deciding what your blood type is and so forth. There are scammers out there and what do they call them, quacks? Sometimes it's hard to know who is really on the cutting edge of something that's new and exciting and who is just a quack. What would be your advice to someone who is facing cancer themselves or perhaps a loved one is going through it and they're just very, very concerned as you were for your father.

 

·         Listen on CPN: Stephen Strang: After 5 years, What God Taught Me about Fear, Faith and Cancer

 

Yolanda Pratt: You learn so much when you go through any type of situation. Through cancer, I learned so much. One of the first things I've heard from God and really learned is that when you are diagnosed with cancer, you hear that word cancer and immediately fear fills you because you remember everyone that's gone through chemo, everyone that has died of chemo, and just the horror that they've gone through. One thing that God told me … the first thing He said, Yolanda, do not fear because fear will kill you. The second thing he said, go and speak every word in my Word, believe every word in my Word. And third, this is not your death sentence. So, through those words from the Lord, it led me to OK God, I have no peace doing chemo. So, I'm just going to research. I Googled a lot like I said. There are therapies that can help cancer other than conventional. But I would suggest not to just say, Okay, I'm not going to go conventional. So, I'm not going to see any doctors. Many people do die of cancer because they wait till the very end and then there is no time. But I did research, I continued to see my oncologist even though I didn't take their exact diagnosis. I just did everything I could. People would ask me, is it hard to be vegan? Is it hard to do this? I said, when your life depends on it, no, I want to live. My greatest medicine was the word of God. It’s just amazing. I have to speak God's Word over my life, because the Word of God is life. Right? And it really says that faith, it reminds me of who He is and what He does. He says that he's the same God yesterday, today and forever. So, if he healed then, over 2,000 years ago at the Cross, He's healing today. I just suggest to research and pray and ask God for wisdom. I've known Christians that did everything the doctor told them to, that the oncologist told them to and through prayer and having prayer teams, they did well. But again, for me, I just knew that was not the way I was supposed to go, the conventional way.

Stephen Strang: And you've been able to help other people too. Haven't people contacted you, and you've been able to encourage them and give them advice?

Yolanda Pratt: I am also on Periscope. And whenever I do a periscope with cancer, there's a lot of people that come in, because unfortunately, a lot of people are facing this. But through again, the situation, it's taught me so much where I can encourage others. When I tell people, you know, take captive your thoughts or don't let those thoughts of fear and death and discouragement fill your mind, don't do that. They say, how do I do that? I'm able to encourage them and teach them how to do that. But when I tell them also that when you go to the doctor and it says if a cloud of fear and death is transferred onto you, they say, “oh my goodness, yes, that's what happens when they go to the doctor.” We can rise above that. I’ve been able to pray with others, encourage others and just share what I've been doing. It's really helped a lot of people.

Stephen Strang: Some of this stuff you don't really know unless you live through it. But I can identify because I had prostate cancer and a doctor told me if you have to have cancer that's the best kind of cancer to have because it is treatable. It's also very slow growing, but when the doctor told me, I didn't even tell my mother for two weeks because once I sort of began to understand that I wasn't about to die tomorrow … and of course you deal with it, but I can really identify with what you said. I know a lot of the people who are listening can too. Let's go over what your advice is again that people … first of all if you're a believer, and if you're not a believer, you need to become a believer and believe the Word of God and to cast off these word curses. These things affect us and we don't know how or why. Maybe it can't be quantified by medical science, but we know that it's true. Life and death is in the power of the tongue, right? So, tell us what people should do.

Yolanda Pratt: I encourage you to pray and go to God. I've heard people say, well, if there's a God, then why is there cancer? Why are people dying of cancer? I tell them, don't run away from God during this time. If anything, you need God, run to God during this time because you need him you need that direction. You need that peace. You need that strength to know that there is more. There's life after death after the diagnosis of cancer. I do encourage you to research. One website that really helped me was crispycancer.com. There is an amazing story of a man, same thing, was diagnosed with cancer, had surgery; cancer was all through his body and the doctors wanted to immediately do all this conventional treatment. He had no peace to go that way. So he went totally healthy … nutrition, Vitamin C IVs. There is just so much out there. There are many people that have survived cancer that have been healed of cancer. One thing I would do, I would go to YouTube and look up videos of people who were supernaturally healed of cancer and people who were healed of cancer through diet and exercise. You need that encouragement. Doctors will tell you different things and not so encouraging things. So, you need to put that life you need to put the word of God in you and encouragement in you. I say don't give up. don't immediately think you're going to die. Do not receive that. Receive what God says. Receive that there is life in that you can conquer this no matter what you feel. I am tested in this many times. It doesn't matter what you feel, no matter what it seems like, you have to believe. For me, I have to believe what God says and what He’s spoken over me in his Word.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Yolanda Pratt, click here.

 

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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Spirit-Filled Cancer Fighter Shares 3 Prophetic Words That Guide Her Through Healing