Can you picture yourself reaching out to receive your healing and finding that somehow it’s just out of reach?
Boldly approach God’s throne to seek your healing.
Be confident of your healing in Christ. Don’t give up; don’t let go.
esus said, “Ask the Father in My name.” Even though you are approaching God through His Son, it is still the Father you are asking for the gift. And your request goes through the Son to the Father.
How is that gift returned? Let’s say your request is for healing. God the Father… looks at God the Son and says, “Would you please heal him?”
Christ delivers the healing. Why? Because this is the role of the administrator. The very word administrate means to minister or to serve. So the Father releases the healing to the Son, and the Son serves it to you.
Can you picture yourself reaching out to receive your healing and finding that somehow it seems just out of reach? That’s where the work of the Holy Spirit enters the picture.
He presents Himself to manifest the healing that was provided by God and served by His Son. It is the Spirit who completes the process of your healing.
Of faith, A.W. Tozer powerfully said:
“We have full confidence in Jesus Christ. He is the origin, source, foundation and resting place for all of our faith. In that kingdom of faith, we are dealing with Him, with God Almighty, the One whose essential nature is holiness, the One who cannot lie. Our confidence rises as the character of God becomes greater and more trustworthy to our spiritual comprehension. The One with whom we deal is the One who embodies faithfulness and truth-the One who cannot lie.”
Boldly approach God’s throne to seek your healing:
“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need” (Hebrews 4:16).
Be confident of your healing in Christ. Don’t give up; don’t let go:
“For we are made partakers of Christ, if we hold the beginning of our confidence steadfast unto the end” (Hebrews 3:14).