“Then Jesus, moved with compassion, stretched out His hand and touched him, and said to him, “I am willing; be cleansed” Mk. 1: 41 NKJV
God is not only able to heal any sickness or disease, but He is also willing. We have to believe that God’s desire for us is to be in health. For in their minds, many people think God chooses when to heal or not, though this can be true in some situations we are always the determinant of God’s grace in our lives. If the leper had not approached Jesus and asked Him if He was willing to heal him there’s the possibility that he could have died a leper. Even in the case of the Greek woman where Jesus felt that it wasn’t good to feed an alien with the bread meant for the child, her attitude and willingness to receive made her go home rejoicing. Jesus Christ demonstrated to us that He never turned anyone seeking healing away. He didn’t even ask them to become ‘born-again’ first. He only asks that we believe and be willing to receive healing.
BIBLE READING: Mark 7:25-29
PRAYER: Heavenly Father I am thankful that You are not only able, but You are also willing to heal me of any illness that may attack me, in Jesus’ name Amen.
Olorun Ṣetan Lati Mu Ọ Larada
“Nigbana ni Jesu ṣe ãnu, o na ọwọ́ Rẹ̀, o fi ọwọ́ kàn a, o si wi fun u pe, Emi fẹ; wẹ̀” Mk. 1:41 KJV
Ọlọ́run kò lè wo àìsàn tàbí àìsàn sàn, ṣùgbọ́n Ó tún múra tán. A ni lati gbagbọ pe ifẹ Ọlọrun fun wa ni lati wa ni ilera. Fun ninu ọkan wọn, ọpọlọpọ awọn eniyan ro pe Ọlọrun yan akoko lati mu larada tabi rara, bi o tilẹ jẹ pe eyi le jẹ otitọ ni awọn ipo kan a nigbagbogbo jẹ ipinnu ore-ọfẹ Ọlọrun ninu aye wa. Eyin pòtọnọ lọ ma dọnsẹpọ Jesu bo kanse e eyin e jlo na hẹnazọ̀ngbọna ẹn, e yọnbasi dọ ewọ sọgan ko kú pòtọnọ de. Àní nínú ọ̀ràn ti obìnrin Gíríìkì náà níbi tí Jésù ti rò pé kò dára láti bọ́ àjèjì pẹ̀lú búrẹ́dì tí a fẹ́ fún ọmọ náà, ìṣarasíhùwà rẹ̀ àti ìmúratán láti gbà mú kí ó lọ sí ilé pẹ̀lú ayọ̀. Jesu Kristi fihan wa pe Oun ko yi ẹnikẹni ti o n wa iwosan pada rara. Ko tilẹ beere lọwọ wọn lati di ‘atunbi’ ni akọkọ. Oun nikan beere pe ki a gbagbọ ki o si fẹ lati gba iwosan.
BIBELI KIKA: Máàkù 7:25-29
ADURA: Baba Orun Mo dupe pe Iwo ko le nikan, sugbon O tun setan lati wo mi san ninu aisan eyikeyi ti o le kolu mi, ni orukọ Jesu Amin.