Be Cleansed & Made Whole

“A leper came to Jesus; begging Him, kneeling down to Him, and saying to Jesus, ‘If you want to, you can make me clean.’ Being moved with compassion, Jesus stretched out His hand, and touched him, and said to him, ‘I want to. Be made clean.’” (Mk. 1:40)

Within this last year, we have washed our hands over and over, but what about cleansing the mind or healing one’s heart?

How did Jesus respond when the leper approached him? He said, “I want to; be made clean!”

We cut ourselves off from God; first in the mind, and then in the heart. What flows from the mind ends up in one’s heart. The final block comes in one’s spirit.

 In order to receive all that He has for us, we have to unplug the wall socket to release that which is blocking us from His Light.

Son Day for Sunday Message:

What have you allowed to manifest through your emotions? Are you filled with fear, anger, resentment or bitterness? Have you gossiped about what’s wrong in the world instead of what is good?

Do you see a pattern emerging here?

Stay out of the fray; don’t tip your toes in murky waters. If necessary step back; you have nothing to lose by maintaining your own self-care, especially in this season.

The process is very simple…

I have not failed you nor forsaken you. I have applied my healing to you. It awaits you in the spiritual. The leper approached Jesus in hope and faith. What will you do? Do you want to be cleansed and made whole?

Right now, you have a choice to accept all that I have for you. I want to work in and through you, so you can raise yourself up; out of darkness and “Into the Light!”

“Most certainly I tell you, if you have faith, and don’t doubt. All things, whatever you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive. (Mt. 21)

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