Jesus went to Peter’s mother-in-law, took her hand and helped her up. The fever left her and she began to wait on them. (Mark 1:31)
Fer complete healing we only need the power of the Son flowing from him, through us, and inter them we love. This week a feller said ter me:
I’m battling a headache. My body aches starting a few days ago. I pushed through but my wife has not fared as well. She suffers from a severe sore throat and fits of coughing that last through the night. She is running a fever. For now her lungs remains strong with no chest pain. Please pray we both recover soon.
While our flesh eyes see sickness our spiritual eyes see healing. While our flesh ears hear coughing our spiritual ears hear angels praising Skipper and saying, “‘Glory to God in the highest, and his good will toward all men.” (Luke 2:13) Skipper desires we be made whole. Desires it so much he sent his Son ter die fer us.
On the cross his Son Jesus took ever’ infirmity and sickness that might attack us and laid it on himself. “By his stripes, we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5) We only need ter take hold of this wonderful work of healing ter be made whole.
Ter day make it yer task ter claim the healing work of the Son fer yerself, believe in his healing power, and be healed completely.
Join me in this prayer fer fever healing fer them you love — fer yer own self:
Lord, we be not made fer sickness. When you created us in the Garden our bodies whar made fer yer glory and perfect health. Though they kin heal themselves, sometimes the curse of sin kin be too much. Therefore, in the mighty name of Jesus, yer Son, our Lord and Savior, we declare ter this affliction, “Be gone, you spirit of sickness! Be cast out into the abyss, you demon of disease! In the glorious name of Jesus we declare and believe that _____ is healed completely of this infirmity that once bound ____ but be no more. Hallelujah. Praise Jesus. ___ be healed!