Healing - Physical
Jesus came to deliver us, restore us, and make us complete in Him. The salvation experience is given to us to make this a reality in our life. Healing is a part of that experience. The biblical definition of the word healing means to cure or make whole.
Physically: Our physical bodies are vehicles that house our spirit and soul. They are subject to the law of sin and death; however, the Law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set us from sin and death (Romans 8:2). Physical healing is part of our salvation (3 John 1:2).
Mankind was not created to die. In the Garden of Eden, we had access to the tree of life. When Adam and Eve ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, they sinned, and that sin separated them from the presence of God and the tree of life. They died spiritually, and that is what brought physical death. Physical death is a part of this dispensation.
Healing is a benefit of being in a relationship with God. In his earthly ministry, Jesus established physical healing as part of the Kingdom of God Gospel (Acts 10:38-39). The New Covenant provision for it comes from the physical suffering Jesus endured in His cross experience, “by his stripes, we were healed” (Isaiah 53:5, 1 Peter 2:24).
Sickness and disease come from satan, healing and abundant life come from Jesus (John 10:10). Some strongholds of the devil only are broken through fasting and prayer (Matthew 17:21).
As you fast and pray, believe the promises of God for your physical healing. Take the Word of God daily, like medicine (Proverbs 4:20-22).
Holy Spirit, teach me to live in your ways. Help me to discover and grow in the life of the Spirit and to daily sacrifice the life my flesh wants me to live. Help me to find the healing that takes place in your Spirit. Amen.