The Faith that Made You Whole

Remember the story of an ill woman in Mark 5:25-34 who suffered for 12 years and spent all her money to physicians but she’s desperately unhealed?

When she heard about the miracles of Jesus and she was waiting and hoping that one day she could see Him and touch the hem of His garment.

“But Jesus knew that somebody had touched Him with no casual touch, but with the touch of faith. A longing soul had reached out to Him for help which no one but He could give. Jesus said, “I perceive that virtue is gone out of me.” And he looked round about to see her that had done this thing,” and when the woman knew she was not hid, she acknowledged the good work that had been wrought in her. She told the story of her suffering and her hopeless condition, and her act of faith in touching His garment. He said unto her, “Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole.”. -Daughters of God 64.1

 

“The woman had felt her desperate need, and her faith had made her whole.” {Daughters of God 63.4}

Sometimes people are desperate of life! Feeling life is not important anymore. Don’t know where to go and where to start. Doubts and worries are fighting in their hearts. Hope and love we’re gone. Happiness and loneliness came across!

Many things made us desperate in this world. Even our weaknesses keeps revealing to us. Like the ill woman, we are desperate to be healed physically, emotionally and spiritually.

But if we confess and forsake our sins, we have a coming Savior who will forgive and cleans our unrighteousness. {1 John 1:9}

Jesus is the Source of everything we need!

What we need to do is to talk to our Father and Friend Jesus Christ!

Open your heart to Him! Surrender your will! Let Him carry your burden!

Like the ill woman, tell your story to Jesus, your trials, sufferings, and your physical, emotional and spiritual conditions. And believe that He will answer your prayers. -Mark 11:24

Jesus performed a great miracle to an ill woman through her faith, He will perform the same miracle to you as well and He will say, “Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole.”

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