Apostle Grace Lubega
Isaiah 53:5(KJV); But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes, we are healed.
The wounding of Christ for OUR TRANSGRESSIONS and His bruising for OUR INIQUITIES also had the inevitable result of bringing HEALING to our bodies.
Death to sin was death to disease and sickness.
It is the double cure.
You cannot believe in the forgiveness of sins and yet doubt that God can heal your body.
That is why when the Christ was faced with a man who had paralysis, He simply said, “Thy sins are forgiven” (Luke 5:20-25).
I know of Christians who believe that the diseases in their bodies are because God is punishing them for their sins; they embrace affliction as penance for their misdeeds.
Some have struggled with such diseases for years because they have not understood our theme scripture and its implications.
There is absolutely nothing God cannot take out of your body, whether it is cancer, tuberculosis, or any terminal illness.
However, you must also believe that you are forgiven.
To embrace His abundant mercy is to embrace healing.
Receive the forgiveness of God, divine health will follow.
FURTHER STUDY: Luke 5:20-25, 1 Peter 2:24
The wounding of Christ for our transgressions and His bruising for our iniquities also had the inevitable result of bringing healing to our bodies. Death to sin was death to disease and sickness.
PRAYER: Loving Father, thank you for the great work at Calvary that purchased my forgiveness and healing. I embrace this truth in the understanding that I have the imputed righteousness of God and because I do, divine health is my portion. When I died to sin, I died to disease and now live in the daily experience of the life of God flowing through my body. In Jesus’ name. Amen.