"Wherefore neither thought I myself worthy to come unto thee: but say in a word, and my servant shall be healed" (Luke 7:7).

These are the words of a Centurion soldier who had a servant in need of healing. The words he spoke caused Jesus to marvel. When your faith causes Jesus to marvel, you've got some faith!

Well, what was it about this man's faith that made Jesus marvel? This man said, "I don't need any demonstration." I don't need you to come pray. I don't need you to come wave your arms. I don't need for you to come with a show; I don't even need you to come to my house. If you said it, that's enough for me. Just say the word, and it's done, because I believe in your authority.

One method in which God gives healing to you is by the spoken word. The Word of God spoken to you is enough by itself. As you are reading now, healing is going forth. There are people all over the globe who are receiving healing in their bodies.

That is so because Jesus saves and Jesus heals and Jesus delivers. Jesus paid the price for your healing, And all you got to do is grab that word. Say, "That's mine. That's for me. I heard that. That's mine now, in Jesus' name."

You don't have to have growths and knots and cysts on your body. Who said your body had to produce things that are foreign to it? I didn't see that in the Bible. Maybe your mother and your grandmother and your great-grandmother had it, and it runs in your family. But I also read in God's word where you can reverse the family curse with the Word. Give me the Word.

That man said, "Speak the word only and my servant shall be healed." Somebody says, "Well, I sure wish I had a word." Well, here's one: "Himself took your infirmity and bore your sickness" (Matt. 8:17).

You need another? 1 Peter 2:24 says, "He himself bore your sins in his body on a tree that you being dead your sins shall live unto righteousness by whose stripes you were healed."

That is the Word for you.

Jesus is the healer. That man said, "Give me the Word, that's all I need!"

Scripture reference: Psalm 103:1-5; Mark 5:34