Live and Declare the Works of the Lord
I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord. — PSALM 118:17
In this Reader’s Digest article, it also stated that a person couldn’t be an officer in the United States Navy if he’d ever had a deadly disease. So after he was healed, this admiral couldn’t go back to being an officer.
He appeared before Congress. I was impressed by the speech that he made. He told them about his healing and then he said, “Since being out of the hospital and reading the Bible daily, I’ve found that God has promised us at least seventy or eighty years, and I’m not even half that old. I could get a pension and sit down the rest of my life. But I want you gentlemen to know that I’m going to live my life out. I’m going to live for God first and my country second. Serving my country is all I’ve ever been trained for, and I want to serve my country. But I’m going to serve God first.”
By a unanimous vote, they voted to reinstate him to his former position.
I thought this was one of the greatest testimonies of someone who had never heard healing taught, but listened to his spirit as he got back in fellowship with God. We serve a mighty God, and the point I want to emphasize is this: That liver cancer wasn’t any bigger to God than a headache!
Confession: The Greater One that is in me is the Healer. Christ dwells in me through the Person and power of the Holy Spirit. The Healer is in me. And He is working in my body now to bring forth healing and health. I’ve claimed healing and health. Sickness and disease, you have to go!
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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