Jesus thought God Heals!

Do you ever find that preachers are fairly tentative when speaking about healing? Do you wonder if those who argue against reading Isaiah 53 as about physical healing could be right? Take a look at what Jesus thought! He is recorded as quoting Isaiah 53 as being about healing. And you know for sure that Jesus went about healing. In fact, just try to read through the gospels skipping over the healing part. It would be hard to do! Jesus teaches healing.

The Center of the Gospel; the Center of the Bible

I am amazed at how much people want to teach against all that God has promised. People know that miraculous healing exists, but they spend hours and hours of Bible study dissuading people. What? You get arguments in most any church. Why?
Let’s just look at the text.
The text that most explains our salvation in terms of forgiveness of sin also, in the very meaning of the words promises healing for our bodies. Why exempt our minds? Why exempt anything? Why reduce the gospel to the miniscule? Why?
Let’s just look at the text.
I hope this train of thought will be of great encouragement to you. No one is more hopeful than a mother praying for her child. Of course, God wants your child to be well, and happy, and successful — just as much as you do. There seems to be resistance and delay often. I am familiar with that. Let’s just not agree and acquiesce and resign ourselves to it. Let’s believe the text. Let’s have faith in God.


From Jennifer Miskov is a great article talking about what October 31st is: A catalytic day of Reformation and revival! Within her article, she recounts times when God moved miraculously in addition to Martin Luther’s nailing of his thesis to the church on 10/31/1517 when the Reformation began. She also includes prayer points from Evan Roberts that he sent ahead of him to the children in the towns he was going to visit. When the children prayed this prayer, revival broke out before he even arrived.

October 31, a day to celebrate Martin Luther, revival, and reformation


Did you know that October 31 is a day of reformation, revival and destiny? Contrary to popular views, October 31 is not the “day of the devil.” It is God’s day full of inheritance where He birthed two major reformation and revival movements that are still impacting us today, hundreds of years later.

There is great momentum for us to step into on this significant day in revival history. October 31 is a time for revolutionary shifts to happen. It is a day pregnant with world-changing movements, waiting to be catalyzed as we fiercely follow the leading of the Holy Spirit, even in unusual ways. It is a day of religious freedom and of freedom from the religious spirit. It is a day when God is waiting for His yielded lovers to pursue His heart with reckless abandonment.