Friday, April 15, 2016

Healing belongs to the children of God (Matthew 15:26)

Once there was a Canaanite woman who came to Jesus asking Him to heal her daughter. 

Jesus “answered saying, `It is not good to take the children's bread, and to cast to the little dogs.'”

Dog was a derogatory term used for gentiles. This Canaanite woman was a gentile.

Psalm 107:20 (GNT) says, “He healed them with His command [word] and saved them from the grave.”

Jesus is the word made flesh (John 1:14). He came to heal us and to save us from eternal Hell.

Jesus is the Bread of the Communion. He is your healer.

As you partake of Holy Communion today place your mind on Christ and ingest Him as your healing bread.

The Blood, described in the first Passover, was placed on the door post and lintels. Jesus is that door. (John 10:9) This caused the death angel to pass over that house where it was to destroy the first-born of every house that was not covered with the blood of the lamb.

The first born represents your future as well as your future generations. God has provided the way to save you and your generations. His name is Jesus the Christ.

John 10:10 tells us that this destroyer is the thief that comes only to kill, steal and destroy.

In Leviticus 17:11 the word says that "life is in the blood". Again in John 10:10 Jesus tells us that He came that we might have abundant life. This abundant life is found only in His blood.

As you drink of the Blood in His Covenant, demand the destroyer to pass over you and decree that you have received the abundant life of Christ. Jesus paid for it in full. As a believer it is your inheritance.

I encourage you to finish your time with the Lord today by decreeing health, healing and life belongs to you through the body and the blood of Jesus. You might like to quote some healing scriptures over yourself. Here are just a few: Psalm 34:17-20; 103;1-3; 91; 1 Peter 2:24; Romans 12:1, John 11:25-26 and James 5:14-15.

Know that Jesus came, died and rose again to give you healing. It is yours. Take it by faith. You may need to chew on this a bit, so chew away. Amen!

Blessings on your day!


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