Heavenly Father


A young girl shared a testimony of how she was always falling sick. She cried to God to heal her and take the sickness away from her. God honoured that prayer. That is the God we serve. He is our God. Let’s not worship medicine. Let’s worship God. The presence of God can guarantee you good health. All good and perfect gifts come from him. In his presence is fullness of joy at his right hand, pleasures forever more (Psalm 16:11). How can there be fullness of joy where there is sickness?

When God steps in, there will be incredible and miraculous healings. A miracle is a wonderful sensible event, above but not contradictory to nature, which is wrought by divine intervention. We are not saying that we should throw away medicine and physicians, there is a place that they occupy, but I prefer to walk in perfect health than to seek healing.

I prefer to be in health and prosper even as my soul prospers. That is God’s prescription for his children.

“Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth”.

III John: 2 KJV

That was the desire of John, the beloved. It was his wish and also a prayer. God sent his Son to shed his blood; to break the curse of sickness, to undo everything the enemy did as a result of the fall of man, to redeem us, to buy us back, to repurchase us.

We need to keep reminding ourselves of the fact that we have been redeemed. The Bible says, let the redeemed of the Lord say so (Psalm 107:2). Keep on confessing it – I am redeemed from the curse of poverty, redeemed from the curse of the law. What constitutes the curse of the law? Deut. 28:15-68 enumerates them. We are redeemed from all of them because of the complete sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The four powerful Hebrew words for redemption are –

  1. ‘Agorazo’ which means to enter into the market.
  2. ‘Lutrosis’ which means a ransom payment.
  3. ‘Lutroo’ which means to set free; free to actualize your potential, free to live above sin and above every hindrance, above sickness, above disease, above death, above hell. Free to live above any plague, freed from curse – the curse of death, the curse of sickness, the curse of disease, distress, plague, poverty, scarcity, lack. We have riches in grace.
  4. ‘Exagorazo’ which means to exit from market.

Jesus entered the market where we were lost, bound, on the way to hell. He paid with his life – the greatest sacrifice. He took us out of the market, ‘Exagorazo’ – exit from the market of slavery. He declared us free. We have freedom from curses, hexes, vexes, jinxes. We have freedom from sickness, poverty, diseases, hell. Freedom from anything that binds, hinders, and fetters. Celebrate your freedom; declare everything you are free from. Jesus purchased it for us and that is why I am fanatically in love with him.

You may wish to ask Jesus the Carpenter to repair your life with this song:


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