“The demon has left your daughter.” Mark 7:29 (Mark 7:24-30)
A Greek mother begged the Sun ter drive the demon out of her daughter.
But the Sun replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”
Not a very encouraging word from the Sun. A good many folks might have hung thar head, turned, and trudged off disappointed. Not this mum.
“Yes, Lord, but I’ll settle for crumbs,” the woman said.
The Sun answered, “For such a reply, you may go. The demon has left your daughter.”
The woman went.
She found her daughter healed.
The demon skedaddled.
Fer the Sun, fer him ter act, Yes, but faith is good enough faith.
Fer the Sun, fer him ter act, the Sun don’ need ter be with a body. He simply needs to will ’em healed.
Who do you know that needs healing? Be the channel fer the Sun’s power ter flow through. From him, ter you, ter them, be quick as lightening flashing from the sky. In an instant the Sun’s power can flow from heaven inter ’em.
Send a command of healing long distance. Then follow up ter hear folks praising Skipper fer another glorious miracle.