My Vision of True Healing-Lent 21, 2020

Prayer Focus: True Healing is Eternal Healing

Lord Jesus, thank You that when Your earthly ministry was being done, You proclaimed the good news of the Kingdom of God and You went about healing diseases and sickness. Your priority was the good news, the Gospel of Your salvation by healing the consequences of our sin, but You also healed diseases and sickness to offer us something visible to see a pattern of what is spiritual and unseen. In our current climate of concern about an unseen virus and uncertainty of the future, thank You that Your Gospel is eternal, the healing it offers is eternal, and the consequences and benefit to us are eternal as well. Years from today, if Your return has not intervened, we will look back on this with the eyes of history and human healing. People will be cured, others will recover, and yet others will never know the difference. But eternal healing is something that will make a difference for everyone who has breath today, and will make an eternal difference for those who come to know Your forgiveness and mercy. Indeed it is the only healing that matters beyond the grave because Your healing is one they will enjoy eternally. Those whom You have set free are free indeed. Thank You for Your forever sacrifice on the Cross for human sin. Thank You for the forgiveness You bought by Your shed blood. Thank You for the grace and love beyond our understanding and far beyond any human timeline. Thank You that Your forgiveness knows no national boundaries or age limits. We humbly acknowledge this unmerited favor and offer You the deepest thanks from sincere hearts. For Your glory, Amen.


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