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Are You Healed Today?

Do you have a need for healing? Way back in the Old Testament God said: “For I am the Lord that healeth thee” (Ex 15:26; KJV). David in his Psalms told us that God heals all our diseases (Ps 103:3). The Apostle Peter quoted from Isaiah 53:5 showing us that Jesus won healing for us through his suffering (1 Peter 2:24). Jesus paid the price for our sins by his sacrifice of himself on the cross (Rom 5:8) and as we believe in him and give our lives to him (Rom 10:9-10) we can receive salvation or spiritual rebirth (John 3:3-8).

The word salvation in the Greek encompasses physical and emotional healing and well-being. Healing is a promise of God that we as Christians can receive by faith (Mark 11:22-24). Sickness and disease come from satan not God (John 10:10). God has abundant life for us (John 10:10), the kind of life he leads, and there is no sickness in heaven (Rev 21:4).

We can walk in the authority and victory that Jesus won over satan (Col 2:15; Matt 28:18-20) and we can speak to our bodies and command them to line up with God’s word. We can speak in the authority of Jesus and command satan to take his sickness and disease from our lives. As we speak to the mountain of sickness in our lives (Mark 11:23) then we release the power of Holy Spirit to work on our behalf and bring healing to our bodies and emotions (Rom 8:11). We can grow our faith to receive healing; great faith comes as we spend time in God’s word (Rom 10:17). Believe God’s word and receive all God has for you.

He wants you healthy as this glorifies him. 

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The Most Important Thing.

"Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price. Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness" (Isa 55:1-2; KJV).

Isa. 55:1 and 2 is addressing the thirsty. Are you thirsty for more of God? If not, you can develop a thirst. Someone who is addicted to alcohol had to start somewhere; with just one drink, I suppose. So, start drinking in the things of God and soon you will develop a taste for them. When we start giving our time and energy to something we will develop a desire for more of it; so, start attending to Bible study, prayer and spending time in God’s presence and before too long you will be wanting to do it more and more.

Build you relationship with God; you don't get to know someone overnight, it takes time. Press into God, draw close, it’s a discipline, it takes effort but the results are life changing!

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A Firm Foundation

The disciples in the early church appointed deacons to take care of much of the serving as they realized that they should focus on prayer and the word (Acts 6:1-4). Should our churches or personal lives be any different? Prayer and the word are so foundational to our lives.

The early church continued steadfastly in the word and prayer (Acts 2:42). We need God's word to build our faith (Rom 10:17) and we must pray in faith for our prayers to be effective (Mark 11:23-24). It is also a powerful spiritual weapon (Heb 4:12) with which we can resist the attacks of satan (Eph. 6:17). When we resist him by speaking the word, the Bible says he must flee from us (James 4:7).

When we pray according to God's word, he hears us and gives us the requests of our hearts (1 John 5:14-15). The word has power to change us (1 Thess 2:13) and is a beacon to guide us through life (James 5:16b) but when we come together as Christians in unity even greater power is released (Acts 2:1-4; 4:31). In Deuteronomy 32:30 we are told that one can put a thousand to flight but two can put ten thousand to flight.

Often in our Christian walk we can be distracted by our desire for the spectacular and forget the essentials that open up to the supernatural. Consistency is the key, a firm foundation. Faith and patience receive the promises (Heb 6:12). Never tire of what is essential; God is faithful.

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True Prosperity

In reflecting on the word salvation, it is clear that it includes prosperity. In the word we are told that the wealth of the wicked is saved up for the righteous (Prov 13:22), that’s us. God said he would meet all of our need according to his riches and glory by Christ Jesus (Phil 4:19). God wants to open the windows of heaven on us and pour out such a blessing we cannot contain it (Mal 3:10).

However, we are to seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and then all these things will be added to us (Matt 6:33). In fact, the word also says that often we do not receive because we ask with the wrong motivation; we ask for selfish reasons (James 4:3). I think what the Lord is saying is that if we seek after him, his heart and his presence, then it’s his highest desire to bless us as his children.

We don’t come to him just to get stuff. Getting stuff will never satisfy, only our relationship with Jesus will do that. True prosperity is far more than getting stuff. True prosperity is to live the abundant life that God does; peace, fullness, wholeness, purpose, serving God and having our needs met. (John 10:10). God wants to pour his blessings through us so his work can be done on this earth (2 Cor 9:10). Think about that last scripture this Christmas time.

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Like Water off a Ducks Back

You have probably heard the expression: “like water off a ducks back”? People use this to refer to hurtful words and the treatment we sometimes receive from others. With a brave face we will often say, ah, that didn’t hurt me; I just brushed it off: “like water off a ducks back. When ducks get out of water you notice that the water never penetrates their feathers, it just slides right off. 

As Christians, what should be our defense when things come against us? Well, first and foremost we need to know who we are in Christ. If we are secure in that relationship then: “no weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper” (Isa 54:17). You need to search the word and see who you are and what you have in Christ. The bible says that in him you are more than a conqueror (Rom 8:37), you are a son or daughter of God (Gal 3:26), nothing can separate you from God’s love (Ro 8:39), you can do all things in God’s strength (Phil 4:13) and all God’s promises are yes and amen (2 Cor: 20).

Jesus was so confident in his relationship with his heavenly Father that he could wash his disciple’s feet (John13:3-15). He could deal with the opposition and hatred of the leaders he confronted and: “for the joy that was set before him”, could go to the cross (Heb 12:2). Paul in all His persecution and suffering could say: “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Phil 4:13). Look to Jesus (Heb 12:2) and all the buffeting and opposition will not penetrate you but will just slide away: “like water off a ducks back”.

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