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Psalm 103:2-5 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and do not forget all his benefits - who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the Pit, who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy, who satisfies you with good, as long as you live so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's.

Every time we read and meditate from the Word of God, we can see these 5 aspects. Forgiveness, Healing, Redemption, Crowning and Satisfaction.

A renowned theologian of the 15th Century, Thomas A Kempis has stated,
In the Cross there is health; in the Cross there is life, In the Cross there is protection from enemies, In the Cross there is heavenly sweetness, In the Cross there is strength of mind,
In the Cross there is joy of the Spirit,
In the Cross there is the height of virtue,
In the Cross there is perfection of Holiness,
There is no health of the soul, no hope of eternal life save in the Cross.

As mentioned above we have now come to know that Healing is one of the most important attributes of Jesus. When we just take a walk through the word of God, we see many healing experiences. That’s exactly what God will be doing in this end time revival through His saints. Jesus exercised this amazing tool to win souls to Kingdom of God; likewise, His Apostles had the same experience.

God has set all the provisions on the Cross; never forget that the epicenter of the divine exchange between God and mankind is on the Cross. There are 2 aspects of divine exchange, one, Jesus took the punishment for our forgiveness, and secondly Jesus was wounded for Our healing.

How logical that is! Because Jesus has dealt with our sickness and pains in His own body, healing is provided for us. More literally the Hebrew says, “It was healed for us”. The best possible interpretation is “Healing was obtained for us”. So now, there is no need to struggle for healing, on the Cross it is finished, healed.

How can I know if it is Gods will to heal me, will God heal me? You have asked the wrong question brothers and sisters. If you are committed to Christ, sincerely seeking to serve God and do His will, your question should not be “Is it in God’s will to heal me?” rather it should be “How can I receive the healing God has already provided for me?”

The gospel of Luke describes about The Good Samaritan, he was not only concerned but walked an extra mile, secured the needy and sheltered him, Luke 10:25-37. So we can see a shadow of Psalms 103 here, our Lord Jesus not only forgives but also heals the sick. It is in Lords good pleasure to heal the sick; we all need to claim it in Faith because that is one of the results of the cross.