Has your miracle been slow to come? Like Blind Bart you can have your vision restored and receive your miracle. Jesus is waiting for you to call upon Him. Here is His invitation, “…call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.” Ps 50:15 ESV
Let’s continue to explore together how our faith can overcome and how we can receive the promised result of healing, wellness, and wholeness.
When it seems like your healing is progressing very slowly (or not at all), it’s easy to become discouraged and to give up hope. The Word of God assures us that Jesus carried our sicknesses, diseases, and pain to the cross when He sacrificed His life in atonement for our sins. So what can be done when prolonged illness robs us of our covenant healing? Let’s explore together how our faith can overcome and how we can receive the promised result.
The Word of God speaks really clearly about how to treat your body, the Temple of the Holy Spirit. Believers must decide for themselves how that applies. Thankfully the Word has a lot to say regarding immunity and it’s availability to followers of Christ. He is our Rock of salvation, healing and deliverance, just as He was for the Old Covenant Israelis in the desert.
The theme of covenant winds through the Old Testament and into the New. God is a covenant keeper. His Son Jesus became the mediator of the New Covenant, a better covenant established on better promises. Understanding this new covenant will help you activate your faith to receive the benefits of those better promises.
What is God’s true heart and intention concerning the prosperity of His people? The Apostle John wrote, “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.” (3 John 2 NKJV). God is a covenant keeper. Let’s participate in faith.
When we cooperate with God in the area of faith, prayer, loving God’s way, fighting God’s way, and yielding to the Holy Spirit, we position ourselves as powerful partners in God’s saving work in our family members’ lives.
The Bible is a covenantal book that reveals a covenantal God. When we get revelation that our covenant with God includes our families, it produces a powerful, life-changing confidence in the Covenant-keeping God, to believe for the salvation of our family members.
With the cross, the death and the resurrection of Jesus, a new covenant established on better promises was initiated. Still available today, the healing compassion demonstrated by Jesus in the Gospels is released over God’s people today. Our hope and prayer is that you receive yours.
As we look forward to Jesus’ return, we memorialize the new covenant by partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine. Peter, one of Jesus close disciples notes these benefits attached to this sacrament: “He personally carried our sins in his body on the cross so that we can be dead to sin and live for what is right. By his wounds you are healed.” (1 Peter 2:24)