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A Study of Divine Healing: An Examination of Isaiah 53:4-5 Pt 2

A STUDY OF DIVINE HEALING: An Examination of Isaiah 53:4-5– Some would say that physical healing is not in Christ's atoning work on the Cross. But… what do the Scriptures say? After all, that’s what counts. God's Word is the final authority. When you study the Scriptures for themselves it becomes very clear: God's will is healing and health. Join us as we study the Word of God on this vital and important subject. It could change your life! “However you see Jesus in the 53rdof Isaiah, you are seeing Him in the last 24 hours of His earthly life, bearing whatever is spoken so the reader need not bear them.” (C. H. Spurgeon) “He was made sick for men as He was made sin for them. The idea is that He became the sick offering as well as the sin offering for man… He did not personally experience all the sicknesses and diseases, but He became sick in the sense of becoming an offering for sickness. He made atonement for sin and all its effects. Both sin and sickness were a part of the one curse, and both became a part of the one redemption. Christ atoned for and made provision for sickness to be healed, as well as for sin to be forgiven. (Dake’s Reference Bible)

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A STUDY OF DIVINE HEALING – An Examination of 1 Peter 2:24

To receive divine healing from God it is important that we have revelation knowledge of His Word (Romans 10:17), as opposed to man’s opinions, theories, or traditions (Mark 7:7-8). Some would say that 1 Peter 2:24, “by Jesus’ stripes you were healed” is only speaking of “spiritual” healing and not physical healing. But what do the Scriptures say and clearly teach? Join us for another powerful session of Healing School! “These Scriptures make it certain that Christ made provision in His atonement for the bodies of His followers. Healing for the body is manifestly a Gospel provision; and its Author alone can revoke it. Of course, unbelief will deprive any individual of this Gospel provision.” (The Worrell New Testament) Expanded translation of Matthew 8:17& I Peter 2:24: “Jesus Himself laid hold of, received, accepted and took (in order to carry away and remove) our feebleness of body and mind, our disease, infirmity, sickness, frailty and weakness, and Jesus carried away, removed, took up, bore and lifted with the idea of removal our maladies, disabilities, diseases, infirmities and sicknesses... and by His bleeding stripe, His bruise, His wound we were healed, cured and made whole.”

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Be Strong In The Lord

BE STRONG IN THE LORD! – According to numerous Scriptures, Christianity is intended to be lived from a position of strength (God's strength in our human weakness). We are to “pass through” the Valley of Baca (Weeping) and we are to go “from strength to strength” (Ps. 84:5-6)! How do we do this? What are the Biblical keys? And, what place does “joy” play in it? Why does God tell us to “be strong in the Lord”? What does that entail? Find out this Sunday, you don’t want to miss it! Surely God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid. The LORD, the LORD himself, is my strength and my defense; he has become my salvation. With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation. (Isaiah 12:2-3) Unrelenting disappointment leaves you heartsick, but a sudden good break can turn life around. (Proverbs 13:12, The Message)

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The Rod, The Staff... The Comfort

Yahweh-Rohi, your Shepherd-Lord, wants to bring you into a place where, even though you walk through “the valley of the shadow of death,” you fear no evil and are comforted by His rod and staff. How does this come about? What are His rod and staff? What do they do? How do they work? When you feel like times are tough, life is hard, and you want to give up, you can confidently say, “The Lord is with me! I will fear no evil! His rod and His staff they comfort me!” How well do you know the Shepherd and His care?“This is a life that few Christians ever fully enjoy.” (Phillip Keller) “God wants us to be assured that we can trust Him to act in our best interest no matter what the situation… You need to get to know God so well that no one can talk you out of His goodness towards you.” (Andrew Wommack, The Nature of God)

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I Will Fear No Evil

Yahweh, your Shepherd-Lord, wants to bring you to a place of“no fear.” According to the Word, it is available. Even in the“valley of the shadow of death”! Think about that!. When you feel like times are tough, life is hard, and you want to give up you can confidently say, “The Lord is with me!”

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