Woman of the Most High God: Jesus is still in the miracle working business


People say that the day of miracles are over, but that’s not true. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. He performed miracles in the Old Testament. He raised the dead, he cleansed the lepers, he opened the eyes of the blind, and he healed the sick. 

Jesus tells us in his word that signs shall follow the believer. He says they will lay hands on the sick and they shall recover. They will cast out devils in his name. Cancer doesn’t scare Jesus; heart troubles don’t scare Jesus. Nothing is too hard for my God.

Jesus did many miracles in the Old Testament. He fed 5000 with five loaves of bread and two fishes. That was a miracle for sure. And they had many baskets left over after all the men women and children how to eat in their fill. Another time he fed 4,000 with seven loaves and a few little fishes. They had over seven baskets full leftover. (Matthew 14:16-21 and Matthew 15:34-38).

Jesus is still the healer of our bodies. He is the Lord that heals us. Isaiah 53 tells us that he paid the price for our sickness and all of our diseases. His blood was shed for our sickness. By his stripes we are healed. new line his blood cleanses us from all of our sins. That’s how much he loves you and me. God is still in control period he tells us that we must believe in his name. He tells us that all things are possible if only we believe.

He came to give us life and healing for our bodies. We must look to the hills from where cometh our help. Our help comes from Jesus who made heaven and earth. Jesus is our answer. He is the Lord that change if not.

I believe he is the healer of my body. He has touched my body and made me whole period he wants the best for his people. He is still the God of miracles today. Jesus is who he says he is. The savior of our souls and the healer of our bodies. Only touch him and you will never be the same. Just take him at his word today. Christ is who he says he is. I know what he can do if only you lean upon his word today. 

Yours in Christ Jesus,

Rev. Teresa Reid

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