The Healing Codes and Patience

The Healing Codes and Patience

You’ve no doubt heard Dr. Alex Loyd talk about 2 men who both were suffering from severe migraines.  Doing The Healing Codes one of the men found his migraines gone very quickly while it took the other much longer.

This is the essence of having patience!  Read this great article on Patience written by Pete Imlah and used by permission.


Are you in a hurry? If so, you may be in for a few disappointments. Why? Because life has a way of unfolding according to its own timetable, not yours. That’s why life requires patience – lots of it!!!

Most of us are impatient for God to grant us the desires of our heart. Usually, we know what we want, and we know precisely when we want it: right now, if not sooner. But God may have other plans. And when God’s plans differ from our own, we must trust in His infinite wisdom and in His infinite love.

Lamentations 3:25 reminds us that, “The LORD is good to those whose hope is in him, to the one who seeks him.” But, for many of us, waiting quietly is difficult because we’re in such a hurry for things to happen!

The next time you find your patience tested to the limit, slow down, take a deep breath, and relax. Sometimes life can’t be hurried – and during those times, patience is indeed a priceless virtue.


  1. thank you for sharing this great article.i was crying while reading this.I have been doing The Healing Code for the past 3 months and I do feel much better but my problem has not gone yet . I was somehow disappointed befor reading this wonderful page.


    1. I am pleased the article on patience has given you “patience”
      Stop looking for something to be gone and enjoy how good you feel.
      Start looking at doing the code as a daily addition to your life – something you will do forever – to feel so good.
      Continue to have faith, that what you are doing is exactly what you need to be doing at this point in your life. Lavish in it and enjoy!

  2. There is the kind of patience that waits quietly; the patience a normal adult would have as in waiting their turn in line. Then there is the kind of expectant patience; I know you Lord, you’re up to something I can’t wait to see what you will do in this situation.

    Ginny Smitherman

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