The Word is very clear with regards to healing, it is always God’s will for us to see healing in our lives.
Not only can we see this through the example of Jesus; He is the express image of the Father after all.
There are many Scriptures however that also speak of the truth about healing.
In the Old Testament we are given the promise that Jesus would deal with sickness anddisease on the cross (Isaiah 53 v 4 and 5).
In the New Testament we see the confirmation of this promise (1 Peter 2 v 24).
And as we saw yesterday we can see evidence of Jesus healing people throughout the Gospels (too many Scriptures to mention).
So, if you value the Word of God you have to believe that healing is for today.
Even if we do not always see a healing made manifest, we have to believe that it is God’s will to see us healed and living a life of supernatural health.
It is not that God heals some and doesn’t heal others, remember He is “no respecter of persons”, meaning He has no favourites.
The fact is that God has already provided all the healing we will ever need through the finished work of Jesus; it is up to each of us to understand this truth, believe this truth and then receive this truth.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that your Word confirms that it is always your will that I am healed and living a life of supernatural health”.
1 Peter 2 v 24…..Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed