When God calls us into covenant, it’s a life-death decision. Not only are we transformed unto new life in choosing Him, we also bear the responsibility to now walk as He walked. But not bearing good fruit while in covenant with Him is one of the most dangerous things we could ever do. Our temples will suffer for it. Are you bearing good fruit in every season?
Yeshua cursed the fig tree to never bear fruit again. And we could be that tree, if we don’t bear fruit in every season.
Have you ever seen healing, only to see sickness return? When Jesus explains the behaviour of demons, he emphasises what happens when a house is “swept clean”. The result is that the person is left worst off than ever before, and this is exactly what Jesus Himself experienced and warned against in His ministry.
Is your house swept clean, or filled with Him? See, your temple cannot be a vacuum, but must represent one of two kingdoms. Sometimes we are filled with the wrong kingdom, and in midst of the chaos of our life, we have no idea.
A bitter heart causes muddy waters. Few understand the impact the heart can have on the physical condition of the body. Probably the primary cause for disease in my experience of healing ministry has been unforgiveness in the heart.
Yeshua says if we don’t forgive, God will not forgive us.
Does God ever cause sickness in the body for His glory, or is it always merely a work of the devil? In this addition to the “Why We Get Sick Series”, we will look at how Paul’s thorn in the flesh is often used as an example of how God can inflict us with disease to keep humble or “in line”, but was disease really his thorn in the flesh?
And as for the big WHY to some situations of sickess, scripture gives us a unique perspective which we won’t see the beauty in unless we truly die to ourselves to change our perspectives.
I hope this blesses you!
Go out and heal the sick, but wait, why are they sick in the first place?
The beginning of a series of videos on Why We Get Sick.