365 Days of Healing
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"The heart of the prudent getteth knowledge; and the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge" (Prov. 18:15).

After God healed me of allergies, I went through a real struggle the next time I needed healing. The thought came into my mind, Yeah, God is able to heal me, but is He willing? (I bet you know what that voice in your mind sounds like!)

So when I prayed for healing the next time, I said, "Lord, I sure would like You to heal me - if You really want to." But I wasn't healed, and I couldn't figure out why. I prayed again, "Lord, here I am! You did it last time; why don't You do it this time?"

I didn't understand that I'd hit an invisible wall because, although I knew God was able to heal, I still didn't know He was willing.

Then came the thought, Maybe God wants me sick for a purpose. I didn't get that thought from a church or from a book; it came straight from the source of doubt and unbelief. That thought came to my mind, and then it took root. For years, I had trouble getting rid of that wrong way of thinking.

That's the point most Christians have come to in their spiritual walk. They know God is able, but they aren't sure God is willing.

Your faith will never operate beyond your knowledge of God's will. So root out wrong thinking that isn't in line with the Word. Seek knowledge in God's Word until you know it's His will to heal everyone. Then believe Him for your healing. Take God at His Word, and expect His promises to come to pass in your life.

I'm so glad my Father wants me well. I root out every
thought that would tell me otherwise! God sent His Word
to heal me. And by Jesus' stripes, I am healed!

Source: 365 Days of Healing by Mark Brazee
Excerpt permission granted by Harrison House Publishers

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