The Cure

Then Peter said, “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk.” Acts 3:6

Are you tired of being a beggar? Are you tired of hoping money is going to solve all your problems? Peter came across a man who spent his days begging for money because he couldn’t walk, Peter didn’t give him the temporary solution of money he gave him the permanent cure of Jesus Christ

Today we feel captive by the world, hoping we get our next dollar to get by. But take heart because Jesus has already overcome the world (John 16:33), sickness and death have been defeated at the cross. (2 Timothy 2:10)  We must learn that God is our provider not man (Philippians 4:19) He is the Bread of Life (John 6:35) and will supply you with daily manna to sustain you

Through Christ we are no longer beggars but royalty. We are children of God (Romans 8:15) and we worship the King of Kings and Lord of Lords (Revelation 19:16) Before you were born God knew you and set you apart (Jeremiah 1:5) So stop begging and start praising your Heavenly Father and our Messiah Jesus, through amazing grace the chains are gone. The Son shall set you free, and you are free indeed (John 8:29) in Jesus Name Amen

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4 thoughts on “The Cure

  1. deanna reynolds

    Amen, brother. Yes, as a physician who is in Christ, I assure you that sickness (dis-ease) was eradicated by Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago. The extent to which we KNOW that, BELIEVE it, and SPEAK forth such glorious truths as 1 Peter 1:24 and Ro. 8:11 is the extent to which we are healed. Rejoice knowing that God’s word is truth and performs itself; the righteous walk by faith, not by sight or by our feelings! If this piques your interest, see “Looking Into God’s Word on the Cause and Eradication of Disease” https://thelordiswithus.com/looking-into-gods-word-on-the-cause-and-eradication-of-disease-2/introduction-and-blessing-2/

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