Sickness Is Not From God
For ever, O Lord, thy word is settled in heaven. — PSALM 119:89
I like to say, “Himself took my infirmities (as though I were the only person in the world) and Himself bare my sicknesses.” That means it’s the will of God to heal me and for me to have what Jesus purchased for me. God wants me well.
Don’t let your head think any other way. Because people have been religiously brainwashed instead of New Testament-taught, they think, Well, maybe God has some purpose in this sickness. God doesn’t have any purpose in it, because God didn’t put that sickness on you to begin with. Sickness and disease are not of God—they do not come from God—nor do they come from Heaven, because there isn’t any sickness there.
When you get it settled once and for all that it is God’s will to heal you, you have won at least fifty percent of the battle. Settle on the fact that God wants you well, and that it is not the will of God for you to be sick. Settle it, not based on what I say, but based on what the Word of God says. When you get the Word of God inside you, then neither the devil nor anyone else can move you from it.
Why did Jesus take our infirmities and bare our sicknesses? So that we could be free from sickness and disease.
Confession: God wants me well. Healing is the will of God because healing is in God’s redemptive plan. Health and healing belong to me.
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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