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What’s With This Healing Stuff?

 

  
 Rev.Wm.J.Romansky
   OM BRE                                                                                               
 “We are not so smart as He is dumb.”

And Jesus said unto him, Go thy way; thy faith hath made thee whole. And immediately he received his sight, and followed Jesus in the way.  Mark 10:52 KJV                                                                                                    
There came also a multitude out of the cities round about unto Jerusalem, bringing sick folks, and them which were vexed with unclean spirits: and they were healed every one.  Acts 5:16 KJV                                                          
…in earth, as it is in heaven.  Matthew 6:10 KJV
  • As a result of a severe head injuries received in a car accident, I suffered progressive blindness over several years.  It was determined that brain lesions were the cause.  Of course, I prayed and had many other people praying for me.  As the blindess progressed to the point where I could no longer work, I felt like a yo-yo regarding faith.  One day I just knew that I would be healed, the next I would despair that God would ever answer my prayer.  I never let go of Jesus’ promise, even in the darkest time, but the frustration and struggle were overwhelming.  After about three years of this progressive affliction and after just having lost a job due to blindness, I woke up one fine morning and could see perfectly, no more blindness.  I thanked God for His faithfulness and shared such a wonderful healing with those around me.  Even now when I share this particular healing testimony with those who are sick, a real faith connection is made in their lives when we pray for healing.
  • I’ve put a lot of thought into what God did in my life.  My faith was surely tested, and I learned so much about faith during this affliction.  I learned that faith believes what it can’t see.  Faith is stubborn.  Healing isn’t earned, bought, or deserved, but it is a full expression of Jesus’ unfathomable love.  And healing is for everyone who asks, it is truly “the children’s bread”.
  • The great struggle is to grasp that God always heals.  Hence the reference by Jesus in the Lord’s Prayer “…in earth, as it is in heaven”.  I give credit to cousin Bob Friebel for explaining this verse.  He states that God has already provided for healing through the stripes of Jesus’ beating, the healing provision is complete.  Our end of the healing transaction is to have faith, and that through that faith healing is delivered to this earth as it already is provided for in heaven.
  • So, I can state that, for me, healing is real, it is for today, and that I’ve prayed for people who have been healed of diseases ranging from terminal cancer to withered limbs. Scripture indicates that the apostles continued the healing ministry of Jesus.  The Great Commission at the end of Mark 16 indicates that we, generally as Christians, are to heal the sick in Jesus name.  Healing is not reserved for any particular church office or sacrament.  Christians can heal the sick through the prayer of faith any time, anywhere.
  • There are those who disagree with the concept of healing in today’s time.  To them I would simply state this.  The healing I have experienced both personally and in those I have prayed for is a Biblically based concept.  No one ever came to Jesus, or any eventual followers of Christ, and asked to be made sick.  They always asked for healing, and they were always healed.  In the Bible, sickness was never put on anybody to prove their faith. Sickness is not what God gives us.  It is not “our cross”.  It is an evil perpetrated on our bodies by Satan, who is our enemy.  Healing is good and surely from God.  Healing reflects God’s nature of restoration, resurrection, and blessing.
  • Now, I’m not going to trade in my eyesight to fulfill someone’s idea that “healing is not for today”.  I can state, clearly and upon a Biblical basis, that healing is real, that it is for today, and that anyone can pray and ask the Father in Jesus name, with the Holy Spirit accomplishing God’s Word of healing. 
  • So get ahold of the Scriptural promises for healing.  Look up “Jesus healing” on the internet, do a concordance study, stir up your faith with Bible study and prayer.  If you’re sick, email me your phone number and we’ll make contact for prayer.  Consider a fast to seek God’s face concerning your, or someone else’s, illness.
  • Finally, don’t ever let anyone create doubt concerning the healing Jesus PROMISED us in His Word.  Healing is for you, today, now.  Simply ask the Father in Jesus name to heal you.  Hold on to His promise, faith it through, and it will become “…in earth, as it is in heaven”.

(You can email RevRomansky at revromansky@yahoo.com)

©2008 Rev.Wm.J.Romansky

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September 22, 2008 - Posted by | atheism, atheist, christian, christianity, Commentary, faith, islam, philosophy, politics, quran, religion, Uncategorized

15 Comments »

  1. HEllO, CHECK OUT http://stand4jesus.wordpress.com/ AND SEE THE REAL TRUTH OF WHAT THE SOCIETY AND LACK OF RELIGION IS DOING TO OUR COUNTRY/TO GODS COUNTRY.

    Comment by stand4jesus | September 22, 2008 | Reply

  2. Wonderful testimony. I recently wrote a post on the same subject.

    http://www.ransom33.wordpress.com

    Comment by ransom33 | September 22, 2008 | Reply

  3. Hi Revrend

    I read your wish to pray for us on Nathon’s blog…

    My question to you sir…

    Do you agree that to belief in Jesus you despise the First Act given down to Moses by God himself?

    Comment by Bierpens | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  4. Bierpens, I think what your asking is does believing in Jesus violate the first commandment “Thou shalt have no other gods before me”.

    No, I don’t think it does. Scripture clearly indicates that Jesus is not only eternally begotten of the Father (Jn 3:16), but he is one with the Father (Is 9:6, Jn 10:30), and that Jesus is God (Jn 1:1).

    Regarding the Godhood of Jesus, it is a doctrine vital to salvation. The mystery that Jesus is the Son, yet God with the Father, along with the Holy Spirit who proceeds forth from the Father and Son, is a fairly heady theological concept, yet scripturally sound. Any other doctrine outside of the trinity is unquestionably errant.

    Great question.

    God Bless,

    RevRomansky

    Comment by revromansky | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  5. Hi Revrend

    Yes that was the question …

    I will ponder your answer… it is the word, “doctrine”, I am worried about…

    You see when God created Adam he blew breath into him, thus we all equaly share in salvation. We are therefore born with the holy spirit… we are collective the Holy Spirit.

    Now we create a divinity 204 years after it walked the earth. The creator of this entity was a non believer himself and we condem the first first commandment for the sake of a word not even available in Jewish Scripture, such as Jesus …

    I will ponder your answer ….

    Comment by Bierpens | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  6. But then Adam sold out mankind, mankind lost the infilling of the Holy Spirit and salvation. Jesus, as the Son, renewed the Holy Spirit in mankind through salvation. In John 20:22 we find Jesus again breathing on men, they once again receiving the Holy Spirit and salvation.

    The Son always was (before Abraham was, I am Jn 8:58), but was embodied as a man at the Immaculate Conception. Jesus was not created, he was begotten. He only took on an earth suit.

    Regarding “doctrine”, I mean a theologically reasoned fixed belief.

    God Bless,

    RevRomansky

    Comment by revromansky | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  7. Adam never sold us out…

    It was Eve … for their sin we where banished from Eden and lost our everlasting life on earth… which was then reduced to 900 odd years… lets keep the facts to the time line…

    More sins where commited before man was to live on earth 70 years …

    Comment by Bierpens | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  8. What is the Hebrew word for Jesus?

    Comment by Bierpens | September 26, 2008 | Reply

  9. No answer yet?

    Are you pondering my question?

    I am still pondering your answer

    Comment by Bierpens | September 27, 2008 | Reply

  10. “In the Bible, sickness was never put on anybody to prove their faith.”
    – What about Job? And while it was indeed Satan that carried out the actual dirty deeds, it was only with God’s blessing.

    I’m pleased to hear of your own healing, but I can’t help but think of all the Christians that aren’t healed and the non-Christians that are healed. In fact, studies have shown that there is essentially no difference between the two. How would you address that?

    Comment by Willis | October 1, 2008 | Reply

  11. Adam AND Eve sold us out. Besides breaking God’s commandment NOT to eat the fruit, Adam not only blamed the woman, but indirectly blamed God: “The woman whom thou gavest to be with me” Gen 3:12. Then in Gen 3:13 Eve proceeded to blame the serpent. Neither of them took responsibility, yet BOTH of them sinned. Certainly the serpent encouraged Eve. Certainly Eve encouraged Adam, but they made their own decision to eat. They were not forced. They had one rule and they broke it and did NOT ask forgiveness at any point. If you have kids, you might have a small idea of how disappointed God must have been. But you still love them!! As God loves us!!

    Comment by Tommy Dorsey | October 1, 2008 | Reply

  12. Willis-

    Satan “put” sickness on Job. “And the Lord said unto Satan; Behold, all that he has is in thine [Satan’s] power…”. God doesn’t make Christians sick, but he allows sickness, having created Satan with the propensity for evil. To be fair, I must note that God has Himself destroyed and put plagues on the rebellious, but regarding this blog I am speaking to the individual believer who is struggling in faith, God’s own child. Job could be considered such.

    Studies showed that I was to become progressively blind. That is the only evidence of blindness I can show you. No study was conducted of my own healing. In my experience, most studies prove their original suppositions. No consensus was called from the population who can represent supernatural healing, but I’m sure that a leading expert such as Pat Robertson or Oral Roberts could present overwhelming testimony supporting such.

    As to Christians not being healed, a young man I prayed for was healed off of his death bed, only to die of different causes a few years later in spite of all prayers. That’s a tough one, and if you can explain the theology behind it I’d be obliged.

    But don’t forget, death and sickness are God’s enemies. And we can’t quit the fight of faith just because there’s a casualty. Abraham believed that, even if he killed, cut up, and burnt Isaac to ashes, he would nevertheless resurrect and fulfill God’s promise. That’s the kind of faith we should have toward healing.

    Again, no one ever asked Jesus to make them sick, but only to heal them. And he healed everyone who asked.

    God Bless,

    RevRomansky

    Comment by revromansky | October 1, 2008 | Reply

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  14. theology 101: God is good 100% of the time; Satin is bad 100% of the time

    Comment by Jason | October 20, 2008 | Reply

  15. I went on a search for Jesus healing, just as you said. I am hungry to find those who believe in healing, as I am weary of those who argue against it.

    Thank you for this post. I will contact you.

    Comment by gabrielle eden | March 8, 2009 | Reply


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