As Part 2 of the “Kingdom Come” series, I shared about how we are filled with a sense of wonder of things that are beautiful, unexpected, and inexplicable in the world. A sense of wonder always points us to something greater than ourselves – to the power and majesty of God.
We must continually seek to re-kindle our sense of wonder of the miraculous God that we serve – and one of the ways we can do this is by praying for healing.
God’s desire is to heal. Healing isn’t just something that God does, it is who He is. He is Jehovah Rapha, the God who Heals (Exodus 15:26). When we pray, we don’t have to question if healing is God’s will, because we have already been healed by what Christ accomplished on the cross (Isaiah 53:5). Indeed, while darkness seeks to kill and destroy, Jesus comes to free us and give us the fullness of life (John 10:10).
Healing was a central aspect of Jesus’ ministry, and likewise it should be the same today. Listen to this sermon to hear more about the wonder inherent in our miraculous God and to be equipped in a practical model to pray for healing.