Powwow is a faith healing tradition. We want you to feel better. It is our calling from God to help you feel better. We believe very strongly that Christ wants to heal all those who come to him.
"Call on me in the day of trouble; I shall rescue you, and you will honor Me." Psalm 50:15
This means that those who call on God in their time of need will receive His blessings.
A Powwow calls on God to heal you. We pray to God to deliver you from whatever troubles you.
However, we also know that we have no power save that which God grants to us. In other words, your healing is entirely in God's hands.
A Powwow is a mediator between you and God. We will do everything we can to help you. We will TRY for you. But ultimately it is up to God to effect the changes you seek.
During these stressful times of the coronavirus, some may wonder where God is in all of this. But the truth is, God is always present. He is always here. But being the type of God He is, you have to ask for His help. You need to reach out to Him. He will not interfere unless we specifically want Him to. That's because we have free will.
Powwowing for healing during a time of pandemic can be tricky. We do not have charms exclusively for specific viruses and illnesses. Therefore, we must try for the various symptoms. We can work to reduce your fever. We can try to reduce your cough. We can try to relieve your chest pain. We can work to reduce skin rashes, insomnia, hallucinations, and any other symptom you may be experiencing.
We will try for all of these things.
On your end, all we ask is that you put your faith in God to make the best decision for you. It is ultimately up to Him. And when you are healed, all praise and glory go to God, not your local Powwow.
I have tried for a great many things over the years. I've had many successes and also many attempts that did not succeed in the way the client had hoped for. But I submit myself to the will of God and know that it is Him, not me, that has the power.
During these strange times, please follow the advice of the medical professionals. Don't listen to politicians instructing you to take unproven medication or to those with a self-serving agenda. Listen to the experts. See your local Powwow to help you with your symptoms but continue to follow the advice of the medical community.