“The power of Jesus was present for him to heal the sick” (Luke 5:17).
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today, and forever” (Heb 13:8).
You belong to your Abba, the King of creation. He takes care of what is His and has compassion on all He has made. God is the Father of mercies and God of all comfort (2 Cor. 1:3-4). Your Father hears your prayers and tears of pain. Receive His heart toward you. While on earth Jesus compassionately ministered to those who needed healing (Matt. 14:14). His touch is as powerful as when He walked on the earth. His love for you is steadfast, and His compassion never fails. Jesus is your healing and wholeness.
He who raised Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal body through His Spirit who lives in you (Rom. 8:11). Invite your spirit to partner with the Holy Spirit as He ministers to your body. Be blessed as the healing of Jesus flows to every cell, bringing every part of your body into God’s alignment.
Be blessed with faith to believe that Jesus has authority over sickness and death. His resurrection power is present for you to be healed and whole. Come boldly to the throne of our gracious God, so that your body may receive His mercy for healing. Allow the Living Water to wash from your spirit, soul, and body
anything that is not of God. May the love and power of your Jehovah Rapha fill you completely.
As you wait patiently for God’s ultimate healing, rest in God’s perfect love that casts out fear. Hear Jesus speaking “Peace, be still” to all your worries and fears. You are in His hands. He is with you. He will strengthen you and help you. He will uphold you by His righteous right hand (Isa. 41:10).
Taken from Blessings For Life: Words Of Hope and Healing p. 31 © 2017 by Sylvia Gunter and Elizabeth Gunter. Click here to learn more and order.
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A Note From Elizabeth
Our prayer as we send the devotional each week is that it can be a tool that helps you to hear God speaking to you in your deepest needs with the fulness of Himself. Today’s devotional was chosen because our family needs it. As you receive this email, Mom aka Sylvia is at the hospital preparing for surgery this morning that we hope will be the answer to the symptoms she has been struggling with over the past year. We would appreciate you joining with us to bless Sylvia and all those she will interact with today.