Receive your Healing

Hey there, friends! Today, I want to talk about something that’s near and dear to my heart – healing. Whether you’re dealing with physical, emotional, or mental pain, we all need healing at some point in our lives. And know what? The good news is that we have access to the ultimate Healer… God!

So, how do we receive healing from God? The first step is to have faith. Believe that God is able and willing to heal you. Hebrews 11:6 says, “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.”

The next step is to pray. Talk to God about your pain, and ask Him to heal you. It’s important to remember that healing may not come in the way we expect. Sometimes, it may be a process, and sometimes it may come in unexpected ways. But regardless of how it comes, as I talked about in the last post, know that God’s timing is always perfect.

Another important step is to forgive. Forgiveness is a powerful tool essential to our healing. When we hold on to bitterness and resentment, it can block our healing. So, let go of any grudges, and forgive those who have hurt you.

Finally, it’s important to be open to the healing process. This means being willing to let go of our old ways and being open to new ways of thinking. It also means being willing to take action in obedience to God and to follow his guidance in the healing process.

Healing from God is possible and it’s available to all who believe and trust in him. Remember that God is the ultimate Healer and He is able to heal you in ways you can’t even imagine. Don’t give up hope, and keep seeking Him in your healing journey. And always remember that you are not alone, and there are people who care and are willing to support and pray for and with you.

Waiting on the Perfect Time

Waiting can be tough, there’s no doubt about that. Whether we’re waiting for a job, a spouse, a child, a breakthrough, or an answered prayer, it can feel like time is dragging on and on. We may start to question why things are taking so long or wonder what the outcome will be. But, the truth is, God’s timing is perfect and He always knows what’s best for us.

Waiting on God’s perfect timing is so important because it builds our trust in Him. When we wait on His timing, it allows us to trust in His plan for our lives, even when we don’t understand it. It reminds us that He is lord and that He knows what is best for us. We can take comfort in knowing that He is always in control and that He will come through for us in His own time.

Waiting can be difficult, but it helps us to learn to lean on God and to trust in His promise. It can also be a time of growth, both spiritually and emotionally. It can be a time to learn and to become stronger in our faith, as we rely on Him for strength and wisdom. It reminds us that we are not in charge, but that He is and that ultimately He will make things happen in the way He wants.

Additionally, waiting on God’s perfect timing helps us to become more like Christ. The bible said that Jesus, himself, waited on God’s timing. He waited for 30 years before beginning his public ministry and during his public ministry, he taught the virtues of patience and trust in God’s plan. In waiting, we can learn to imitate Jesus’ example of surrendering our own plans and trusting in God’s timing.

It’s important to know that waiting doesn’t mean being passive or inactive. It’s about actively seeking God and His will for our lives, and trusting that He is working everything out for our good. Even in the waiting period, He is at work, shaping our hearts, and preparing us for what is to come.

So, let’s remember that while we may not understand why things are taking so long or what the outcome will be, we can trust that God’s timing is perfect. Let’s lean on God, trust in His plan, and wait on His perfect timing, knowing that He will come through for us in His own time.

I had fainted, unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord.
Psalm 27:13-14

Pray for your husbands

As wives, we all want the best for our husbands, and that includes their health. But, sometimes our husbands can be stubborn when it comes to taking care of themselves, and we can feel helpless in the face of their illnesses. That’s why I want to share with you the power of prayer when it comes to your husband’s health.

Prayer is an incredibly powerful tool, and when we pray for our husband’s health, we are not only asking God to heal them, but we are also aligning our hearts and minds with His will for their life.

Here are a few tips on how to pray for your husband’s health:

  • Pray specifically: Instead of just asking God to bless your husband’s health, pray specifically for the areas where you know they need healing or improvement.
  • Pray daily: Make it a habit to pray for your husband’s health every day. It doesn’t have to be a long prayer, just a simple, heartfelt one.
  • Pray with gratitude: Give thanks for the blessings and progress you see, even small ones. It will help you to see the bigger picture and be more positive.
  • Pray with faith: Believe that God can and will heal your husband, even if the situation seems hopeless. Have faith that God is at work, even if we can’t see it.
  • Pray with your husband: Encourage your husband to join you in prayer for his health. Praying together is a powerful way to strengthen your relationship and to align your hearts and minds with God’s will.
  • Pray in community: Seek out other Christian women who can join you in prayer for your husband’s health. The power of prayer is multiplied when it’s done in community.
  • Pray in obedience: Sometimes God might ask us to do things that we may not understand or agree with, but it’s important to trust in His plan and obey. Pray for the strength to follow God’s guidance and to trust in His timing.

Remember, prayer is not just asking God for something, but it’s a conversation and a relationship with Him. It’s about surrendering our worries and our fears to God and trusting in His plan for our lives and the lives of our loved ones.

Keep in mind that healing and recovery can take different forms. It’s not always just about physical healing. Healing can also happen in the form of emotional and mental healing. It can also be spiritual growth. So let’s pray for complete healing for our husbands, in all aspects of their lives.

“And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise them up. If they have sinned, they will be forgiven.” James 5:15

So let’s continue to pray for our husband’s health, with faith, gratitude, and obedience, and trust in God’s plan for their lives.

God bless, and happy praying!

Happy New Year

Happy New Year, friends and fellow believers!

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new, it’s natural to feel a sense of excitement and anticipation. The new year is a fresh start. It’s a chance to leave behind the challenges and struggles of the past and look ahead to new opportunities and possibilities.

As I mentioned in a previous post, I personally believe we don’t have to wait for the new year, but for many Christians, this holiday is also a time to focus on spiritual growth and renewal. It can start with setting specific goals, such as reading the Bible more regularly or attending church more frequently. It can also be taking time to reflect on the past year and consider ways in which we can grow closer to God in the year ahead.

The new year is also a great time to consider ways in which we can make a positive impact on our communities and the world at large. We are called to love and serve others, and many sees the new year as a great opportunity to renew our commitment to this important aspect of our faith.

As you celebrate the New Year, we pray that you will experience the joy and peace that comes from knowing and following Jesus. May this new year be filled with blessings and growth as you seek to follow him more closely. And may you experience the peace and blessings that come from trusting in God and relying on his strength and guidance. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2021!

New Year, New Resolutions?

As the end of the year approaches, many people start to think about the changes they want to make in their lives and the goals they want to accomplish in the coming year. It’s common for people to make New Year’s resolutions, with the idea that the start of a new year is a fresh start and the perfect time to make positive changes.

But! As Christians, we should be careful not to wait until the new year to make resolutions or set goals. Instead, we should be continually striving to grow in our faith and become more like Jesus every day.

Romans 12:2 tells us that we are to be “transformed by the renewing of our minds.” This transformation is not something that happens overnight! This doesn’t happen just because a new year has begun. It’s a ongoing process that requires daily effort and commitment.

So, rather than waiting for the new year to make resolutions, consider setting goals and making positive changes in your life today. Seek guidance from God and His Word, and ask for His help in making the changes you want to see in your life. Remember, every day is a new opportunity to grow closer to Him and become more like Jesus.

Put CHRIST back in Christmas

I got a magazine in the mail that said, “Visit Kansas City.” It’s near my hometown, so I flipped it over to see what was going on.

Nothing. There is certainly no “Christ” in Christmas. It said, “Season of Magic—Winter Calendar.”

Whew. I got angry!

Christmas was originally a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God who was sent to Earth to save humanity. It was a time for Christians to come together and give thanks for this gift of love and redemption. However, as Christmas has become more commercialized over the years, the focus has shifted away from the birth of Jesus and towards consumerism and gift-giving.

I don’t know about you, but I am sick of it! I want CHRISTmas, not holiday or season of magic! I want people to know Jesus and allow them to be awakened like never before.

It is easy to get caught up in the pressure to buy the perfect present or to have the most elaborate holiday decorations, but it is important to remember that the true meaning of Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus and the love and hope that he brings into the world.

Let’s make an effort to put Christ back at the center of our Christmas celebrations. Remember the true purpose of this special holiday and experience the joy and hope that it brings.

May your holiday season be filled with love, hope, and the celebration of the birth of Jesus.