OK, I’m trying to sought out my own thoughts on this as I type… but this generally comes from reading the book “You’ve Already Got It” by Andrew Wommack. I was particularly impressed by his handling of grace and faith as these are often falsely dealt with as if they are opposed and you must choose a side, when actually we are saved by grace through faith. The two ideas are opposed but only as your fingers and thumb are opposed, with which you can grasp anything!
We are given (by grace) all that we need. Every sin is paid off- so no amount of guilt has any right to hold us (would you be in debt if someone had paid off all your debts already- would you try and pay it again?). This is why there is no condemnation in Christ. More than this we have been blessed with every spiritual blessing by Christ already. Even our healings are already paid for. This bears dwelling upon: Continue reading →
Not long ago, some MPs got embroiled in an attempt to allow Christians to make the statement that Jesus heals. These adverts were disallowed, and it is shameful that this happened. However, it seems to me that we the Christians (or at least most of us) are to blame. Let me explain: would there have been any grounds for even Jesus’ most hardened opponents to claim that Jesus could not heal? This link to Biblegateway gives an idea of the number of times “Jesus” and “heal” are mentioned, and yes, not all of the 59 results are actual healing references but some of them are multiple, and some of them like Matthew 12:15, show Jesus healing everyone in an area (0 failures, 0 rejections mentioned). So where does that leave us? Continue reading →