Tag Archives: our Healer

Why Ask?

It’s got to be one of the weirdest questions in all of Scripture. But, chew on it a bit, and it’s also has to be one of the most penetrating. Where? At a pool called Bethesda, in Jerusalem, by the … Continue reading

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His Will and His Word

This morning, I’m hovering over two back-to-back healings recorded by Matthew. Stories of faith. One of which causes even Jesus to be impressed. But while Jesus may take note of those who express faith, I’m in wonder this morning of … Continue reading

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The Lion Who Heals

When the going got tough they turned to the world to keep going (Hosea 5:13). Not surprising, for long ago they had stopped seeking their God. They had forsaken the Lord of heaven for the fleeting pleasures of spiritual adultery … Continue reading

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His Perfect Patience

Thank God I’m not Jesus. Or I think there may have been fewer synagogues left standing at the end of the day or, at the very least, fewer synagogue rulers. Reading in Luke 13 and, for some reason, I’m particularly … Continue reading

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Healing the Unhealable

Funny, the places in Scripture that, kind of out of nowhere, overwhelm you. Holy writ accentuated by the Holy Spirit so that it wholly washes over you. Already primed for thanksgiving this morning, but didn’t expect fuel for the fire … Continue reading

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