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March 8, 2022

March 8, 2022

By Kimberly Hobbs

EMPOWERING LIVES WITH PURPOSE:
If we live long enough, we will all know someone who is very sick and in need of “divine healing”. It may even be us.
It’s difficult to understand why sometimes Jesus heals and sometimes He doesn’t.  When it feels as though He is turning his back and looking the other way when we don’t get immediate answers to our prayers, it’s hard not to be disappointed. Maybe we can even become angry at times.
Please understand, while we are focusing on the unhealed sickness, hurt and pain going on in us and around us, God is focused on a bigger picture. He wants our relationship with Him to be healthy. He cares about every detail about us, not only our physical health.
God needs us to know in which ways we can offer help not only to ourselves but to others by understanding His Word. We can help others with their situations and comfort them and share compassion when we know His Word.
When we know His Word we can offer…
…the presence of heaven
…the hope of heaven…
…the God-given strength we have experienced…
…the comfort we receive from Him when the tears flow and the heart aches…
….the ability to cope with loss…
All of these things help when we face grave illness. It’s not up to us to say whether a person lives or dies, but to have a relationship with our Lord is so important no matter what stage of life or sickness we or someone we love are in.  A relationship with God that is so close and has a purpose which can offer assistance to another is “divine.”
 We can have the ability to help others cope in the now, including ourselves when we KNOW GOD’S WORD. We can be the hands and feet of Jesus in ways He directs us to help.
 It’s a God-given opportunity, available through relationship with Him and God desires ALL of us as His daughters to have time and relationship with Him and be available to help and encourage others.
These times we share with our Lord and gleaning from His Word and close relationship with Him, prepare us to assist with sharing the “divine hope.” It’s an eternity changer when we can offer hope to someone truly in need of a  “divine healing”.