Memory Monday – Week 13

To say that God is doing huge things in my life is a massive understatement.

Between my sweet friend from the airport, a few other friends and my time in prayer and reading, the Lord is teaching me a ton and I’ve learned a lot about what the bible says regarding barrenness and healing. There are so many amazing scriptures and I’m overwhelmed with wanting to share them all. I plan on focusing on these scriptures over the next few Mondays.

This verse has totally transformed my thinking lately. I’ve actually had it on a note card on my bathroom mirror for about a year, but it wasn’t until recently that it finally hit me.

God offered His son to die on the cross so we could be healed of our sins. When I’ve read this verse in the past, this is the truth I have mediated on; healing from our sin. Recently I realize it’s not just for our sins to be forgiven. This says, “by His wounds, you have been healed.” When Jesus cried out from the cross “It is finished!” not only was he referring to our sin, but our sickness too.

I love God’s unconditional love and grace towards us. We don’t have to do anything to accept it. It’s not about works or a checklist. It all goes back to the fact that we are completely forgiven and healed because of what happened on the cross thousands of years ago. C.J. and I have been praising God for this truth and accepting this scripture over our situation daily.

Perfect and complete healing is ours because of what Jesus already accomplished on the cross. Not what He will do, but what He has already done!! We are made whole through Him! Amen!

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  • Mrs. E
    Posted at 04:32h, 16 July Reply

    I always look forward to your posts. Your insight is so helpful… It amazes me that I can hear something for years and all of a sudden understand it in a whole new way. Thank you!!

  • GatorGirl
    Posted at 01:42h, 16 July Reply

    Hey girl it is amazing you posted this tonight! Some friends from my brothers church came by and this was literally the same discussion we had. They were reminding us that we should never feel as if we are asking too much from God by asking him for healing. We are simply asking for what He has already promised us and wants to give us! When we ask him with an open heart and mind to heal us it is his pleasure to do so. All I am saying is Amen sister!

  • Mrs. Meleski
    Posted at 11:57h, 16 July Reply

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  • bmeleski2
    Posted at 11:59h, 16 July Reply

    Love this and so needed today. Just like the song by Mac Powell By His Wounds.

  • Kasey Attianese
    Posted at 13:43h, 16 July Reply

    I have never thought of it like that either. What wonderful insight.

  • Emily
    Posted at 15:53h, 16 July Reply

    I totally agree with Gator Girl, which is why I’ve changed the way I ask for healing. I am not scared to ask in an expectant way anymore, because it is just what He has promised us in the first place. I think it’s much more powerful to think of it that way that just groveling and begging all the time…knowing that he has promised to heal us already changes the whole dynamic.

  • Erin
    Posted at 18:50h, 16 July Reply

    You know what’s coming from me… AMEN!

  • Amie
    Posted at 19:16h, 16 July Reply

    Thank you so much for posting this. Your faith is a constant inspiration to me 🙂

  • Jessah @ Dreaming of Dimples
    Posted at 04:39h, 18 July Reply

    Your faith is always a reminder of how far I need to go in building my relationship for God. Thanks for that!

  • Em
    Posted at 17:22h, 18 July Reply

    To say that this is powerful would be an understatement. What a testimony you are, my dear.

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