The same as Salvation is healing and redemption of the spirit, Healing is salvation and redemption of the body!According to Isa 53 4-6 and 1 Pet 2:24 Jesus took BOTH our sins and diseases/sickness on the Cross of Calvary, healing and salvation go hand in hand. Salvation is the healing or redemption of our spirit back into fellowship with God the Father, and healing is salvation and redemption of the body and soul back into health. Together healing and salvation together complete the restoration of body, mind/soul and spirit. We can see this in Isa and 1 Peter that salvation of the spirit and healing of the body are tied together.

In fact, it was our diseases he bore, our pains from which he suffered; yet we regarded him as punished, stricken and afflicted by God. But he was wounded because of our crimes, crushed because of our sins; the disciplining that makes us whole fell on him, and by his bruises [Or: and in fellowship with him] we are healed.
Isa 53:4-5 CJB

He himself bore our sins in his body on the stake, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness — by his wounds you were healed.1 Pet 2:24 CJB

Because we don’t see everyone saved or healed today does NOT mean it is not God’s Will for everyone come to Him, Jesus died for ALL not some or the elect few! Jesus healed everyone that came to Him, even though there were probably many still sick during that time that didn’t come to Him.

It is a mystery why we do not see everyone saved or healed, and we can not use our experiences to try and justify the Word of God. We must always use the Word of God to justify our experiences. Since we still see people giving their lives to Christ and getting saved and still see people getting miraculously healed today then we can deduce that it is still God’s Will to save and heal.

As long as that is the case, I will continue to pursue healing for myself and others in earnest expectation of God’s Will to be accomplished.

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