Health Food – February 17

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Say What the Bible Says

Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised.) — HEBREWS 10:23

When you know what the Word of God says, and someone asks, “How do you feel?” you can say, “I’m well, thank you.” Even if you are experiencing some symptoms, you’re not lying. You’re stating that you’re well because the Bible says that Jesus took your infirmities and bare your sicknesses. And what He bore, you need not bear.

You see, since Jesus bore your infirmities, you don’t have to have them anymore. But as long as you confess them—as long as you say, “I have them”—you will have them.

That’s the reason people go through the process of trying to get rid of sickness and disease over and over again. They are prayed for, they have hands laid on them, they are anointed with oil, but they keep holding on to what they have. They don’t turn the sickness loose.

If you will believe that Jesus took your infirmities and bare your sicknesses while the symptoms are still there—while all physical evidence says it isn’t so—it won’t be long before you’ll reap a harvest of healing.

Confession: I’m not moved by what I see or how I feel. I’m moved only by what I believe, and I believe that He, Jesus, took my infirmities and bare my sicknesses.

Source: Health Food Devotions by Kenneth E. Hagin. Excerpt permission granted by Faith Library Publications. Copyright © 2002, 2007 Rhema Bible Church aka Kenneth Hagin Ministries, Inc. All rights reserved.

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