Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Psalm 30:2

“O LORD my God, I cried unto Thee, and Thou hast healed me." (KJV)


“O LORD (Yehovah: GOD, JEHOVAH) my God ('elohiym: judge, great, mighty, exceeding, the true God), I cried (shava`: cried out aloud, shouted - for help) unto Thee, and Thou hast healed me (rapha' or raphah: physician, cure, repaired, heal, make healthful; literal).”


O Lord of everything, my personal and mighty God, I cried out loud to You for help and You have healed me, for You are the Great Physician!


Have you ever been sick in your natural body? I’m sure that you have been at some point - I have too. In fact, I’ve been fighting off sickness over the last four days now. I’ve declared healing, I’ve asked God to touch me, I’ve rested. Yet it still remains. I will not waiver though – I am a new creation and I, even now, reside in Heavenly places beside Jesus Himself. Today, I will cry out loud, with my voice, to My personal God and the mighty God of the Universe. You see, the key here is that I see Him as both. He is not just Lord of all Creation, He is my personal Lord of my everyday life. Today, settle for nothing less than complete healing in your life – whether it be physical, emotional or spiritual.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You know, you could include healing of your mind/thoughts as well. That's what I struggle with while at work. My thoughts seem to strangle and choke me at times. And then they make their way out of my mouth and in to other's ears. Ugh!

Mental healing has come for me this morning. And for that, I am thankful. I cried out to Him and He has healed me! Hallelujah!