Yesterday we say that Jesus could only do the will of the Father, He could only do what He saw the Father do.
So we concluded that if we looked at what Jesus did in the Gospels we could transfer this back onto the Father.
If you read through all Gospels you will see that Jesus never put illness or sickness on anyone, something that God the Father is often accused of.
If you read through the Gospels you will see many instances where Jesus healed ALL the people and nullified ALL sickness and disease.
If you read through the Gospels you will see that it is unbelief and not the will of Jesus that caused some people not to be healed.
If you read through the Gospels you will see that Jesus never refused to heal.
So what does this mean if we know Jesus is the express image of the Father and only does what He sees the Father do?
It means that it is always God’s will to see you healed, it means that God will never put illness or sickness on a person and it means that God wants you well!
But some may say that we cannot know the will of the Father; I say yes we can as we have seen the will of Jesus.
If we know the will of Jesus we know the will of the Father.
If we have seen the compassion of Jesus (and we will if you read the Gospels) you can know for sure that God the Father has compassion.
If Jesus has the will to heal then so has God.
This is a simple truth that we can see by rightly diving the Bible.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that it is your will for me to be healed and live a life of health”.
Matthew 8 v 16…..When the even was come, they brought unto him many that were possessed with devils: and he cast out the spirits with his word, and healed ALL that were sick