Our God is Dynamic in Healing

Our God is a dynamic God. We must NOT see Him as being small. He is very much alive and is creative in how He heals. He uses a mulitplicity of ways to cure troubled souls. As I glance at the Holy Scriptures, I marvel in what He uses to provide strength and healing to the hurting.

For example in John 5:

“After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool, which is called in Hebrew, Bethesda, having five porches. In these lay a great multitude of sick people, blind, lame, paralyzed, waiting for the moving of the water. For an angel went down at a certain time into the pool and stirred up the water; then whoever stepped in first, after the stirring of the water, was made well of whatever disease he had.”

So, in John 5, we see God would utilize a holy angel to stir up some water and whoever stepped IN –the water, was made well. God used water. In Acts 19:11 the apostle Paul utilizes some cloth to heal the sick and the demon possessed. Interesting ways to cure. Our God is dynamic and creative.

My little girl, Sahara (age 7) enjoys drawing (see her pictures above) simple pictures of rainbows, crosses, and ladybugs. When she attends my meetings, she will draw these pictures and will hand them to those who received deliverance and healing. In nearly every case, she hands a picture that the recipient personally connects with. In other words, she handed a picture of a cross to someone recently and that person loves crosses. Another picture, of a snowman, was handed to someone who really liked snowmen. Holy Spirit inspired. Some have even testified of receiving healing and comfort from these little pictures. Someone recently emailed me this:

“Dear Jay, I want you to know too how much comfort I personally received from your daughter Sahara when she gave me a picture she colored at a recent meeting.”

God can use water, cloth and even little pictures to heal a soul. Do not limit God. He is a dynamic Healer!

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