(This has a lot of verses with it)

Healing

When He walked on earth, Jesus always looked at the whole person first, not the sickness. He is still healing today. Focus on what is.  Why, some ask, am I not healed? Isn’t death the ultimate healing? Many believers say they’re ready for heaven, as if they’d rather die than live because of their suffering. This is a lie from the pits of hell and don’t ever believe it. Don’t listen to a suicidal spirit. Let Jesus comfort you in your pain. As we leave this earth so shall we be when we get to heaven. No one wants to die in torment.  When we suffer, yet show joy, we glorify God because we can’t do this on our own. This is the work of the Holy Spirit in us.  You are here to live out the Kingdom now as it is in Heaven. God wants you living in freedom and joy now regardless of what you’re going through. If you focus all your time on what isn’t, you will lose focus on what is. Walking through the doors God opens for wholeness is the path you need to take for your healing.

Matthew 8:3, 7; 11:4-6; Mark 3:5; 5:30, 34; 7:29, 34; Luke 5:14, 22-24; 8:45,46,48,50,52,54;

John 4:50; 5:6, 8; 11:4.

Memory Verse

“Daughter, cheer up. Your faith has made you well.Go in peace.” Luke 8:48.

Declaration Prayer

Jesus thank You that You personally carried my sins in Your body on the cross so that I can be dead to sin and live for what is right. By Your wounds I am healed. You were pierced for my rebellion, crushed for my sins.  You were beaten so I could be whole. You were whipped so I could be healed.  Thank You that You redeemed me from the curse of the law, having become a curse for me. For it is written, “Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree.” Help me to guard my heart above all else for it determines the course of my life.  Let me live with compassion and not condemnation.Thank You for Your healing Presence in my soul.

Inspired By:  1 Peter 2:24;Isaiah 53:5; Galatians 3:13; Proverbs 4:23; Matthew 9:36; Romans 8:1.

Today’s verses: Matthew 8:3, 7; 11:4-6; Mark 3:5; 5:30, 34; 7:29, 34; Luke 5:14, 22-24; 8:45,46,48,50,52,54; John 4:50; 5:6, 8; 11:4.

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