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Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.

Ephesians 6:17


"If you accept God, 

He will not only save you but heal you as well.

October 21, 2023

My beloved brothers and sisters, I stand here today to remind you that in the midst of any circumstance, if you accept God, you will be saved and healed. 

I like to use the metaphor of the farmer and his field to explain the idea of accepting God for salvation and healing. The farmer works diligently to prepare the soil and sow the seeds, but it is only through the rain of God’s mercy that his labor will bear fruit. The farmer understands that his own effort and God’s grace are both necessary for a successful harvest. It is the same 

with us: when we accept God, He gives us the sustenance we need to be saved and healed.

 The book of Psalms speaks of this in Psalm 34:19: “The righteous person may have many troubles, but the Lord delivers him from them all.” Here, we see that through acceptance of God, we can be delivered from any kind of trouble. In the same way, Romans 8:28 says “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” This tells us that God can turn any situation into something good if we accept Him as our Lord and Savior. 

We also see these ideas in the story of Job in the Bible. Despite enduring great suffering, Job accepted God and was ultimately restored to happiness and health. This teaches us that when we accept God in our life, He will not only save us from our troubles but also heal us from our pain. 

Finally, I ask you this: Are you willing to accept God in your life? If you do, you will be saved and healed. You will find that no matter where you are in life, God’s grace can bring you out of any darkness and into His light. My dear friends, if you accept God, He will not only save you but heal you as well. Let us accept Him and experience His healing power today!


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