7 Keys To Be Made Whole

 But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our GUILT and iniquities: the chastisement (needful to obtain) peace and well being for us was upon Him, and with the stripes that (wounded Him) we are healed and made WHOLE.  Isaiah 53:5 amp

 

“When we inhale grace we will exhale faith”

 

1–Recognize that Jesus already healed us at the cross our bodies may not know it but the work Jesus did left nothing that was not put under Him and His faith defeated every enemy.

2–Never make excuses for the infirmity nor magnify its power don’t accept it as being God’s will for our lives.

3–Let your faith stand in the power of God not in the wisdom of men, it is because of His mercy not our perfect wisdom.

4–You receive by grace through faith It is not because of our ability to believe or our own good works, we don’t earn our healing through performance such as a thousand confessions etc etc.

5–Understand we don’t need to try to believe we are believers by birth  (believers just believe).

6–We should never try to hide sickness (physical or emotional) out of pride or embarrassment we should share it with the right people who can help our faith.

7–Learn to depend upon the help of the Holy Spirit to receive what is already ours.

 The Father has given us an eternal “I will” meaning it was already settled  at the cross.

 He is our helper and He will show us how to not just be healed, but really be made whole emotionally whole and in every way restore us.

 Scott Stimson Sr

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2 thoughts on “7 Keys To Be Made Whole”

  1. I always read the words you write God has delighted in your faithfulness
    You are a blessing to so many and your reward is great. Gods favor surrounds you as a shield
    I am blessed to be your sister. To God be the glory in all things

  2. … the chastisement (needful to obtain) peace… I loved that part because I’ve been chastising myself all my life. Thanks Pastor Scott. VanNessa (Baltimore)

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