God Always Says YES!

According to your faith in Christ and according to His word, you can ask anything that lines up with His word and it shall be done. If His word is in you and you remain in Christ, ask Him anything and it will be done. Healings line up with His word. If you want someone or yourself healed, ask Him. He always says YES. Every time in His word He said, “I AM WILLING “. This means that Jesus wants to heal you! Are you struggling with sickness or disease? Are you struggling with an addiction? Are you struggling with pornography? Pornography is a deep dark addiction that only Jesus Christ can free you from. Ask Him, Jesus is willing. He says YES every time!    JESUS CAME TO SAVE THE LOST, HEAL THE SICK, AND SET THE CAPTIVES FREE!  ASK FOR ANYTHING AND HE WILL DO IT!

For all the promises of God in Christ are YES and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us. 2Cor. 1:20 

JOHN 14:13

JOHN 14:15

JOHN 15:7

JOHN 11:22

JOHN 16:23

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7 thoughts on “God Always Says YES!

  1. How do you handle people who have sicknesses and aren’t healed…even though they ask…and ask…and ask to be healed….and yet they still die of cancer? What do you do when God says no?

    • Hi Rick,
      I don’t go by experience. I put my faith in God s Word alone. Just because people die doesn’t mean God said no. And we don’t know everyone’s heart, some want to die and be with the Lord. Can you show me in the bible where Jesus said no to any healing? And you can’t use Pauls thorn 😊

  2. Not sure what you mean by “experience.” If you pray for someone to get healed, and they die, you have to be able to explain that in light of God’s Word. First, I’m not sure why you wouldn’t use “Paul’s thorn?” He prayed for that, but it didn’t go away. Also Timothy was frequently ill, and I’m willing to bet he prayed for healing.

    In John 5 there were “a multitude of invalids—blind, lame, and paralyzed”, and we are told of Jesus healing one man.

    In 2 Timothy 4:20, Paul says, “Erastus remained at Corinth, but Trophimus I left sick at Miletus.” Paul, the apostle who himself was healed from a deadly bite by a poisonous viper (Acts 28:3-6) could not or did not heal Trophimus. He left him sick. Why would he do this if he had the power in Jesus to heal him?

    Certainly, both of them would have believed for healing and then gone on to serve the Lord. But God chose not to heal, and Paul left Trophimus sick. What about Epaphroditus, a helper to Paul and servant to the Philippians? He was sick to the point of death, but the Lord spared his life (Philippians 2:25-30). Why did things have to get so bad to the extent that this righteous servant of God almost died? Couldn’t Paul or a person “gifted in healing” have spared him this near death experience?

    What about Timothy? Paul told him in 1 Timothy 5:23, “No longer drink water exclusively, but use a little wine for the sake of your stomach and your frequent ailments.” For whatever reason, Timothy had some stomach issue and other frequent ailments, perhaps related, perhaps not. Regardless, he was regularly suffering from some variety of sickness. Paul’s advice was not to exorcise some demon of stomach sickness, nor did he come to Timothy and bestow some healing power upon him. Timothy was a man of great faith and was one of Paul’s closest friends and fellow servants of the Lord. It wasn’t for lack of faith that he wasn’t healed.

    We also have to remember why Jesus came and what those healings were for. Mark 2:17 — Jesus did many miracles and signs..the purpose of which was to validate who He was.

    • First of all, what I mean by “experience” is taking others experiences in life and basing our theology on God’s true nature. For instance, take “joe blow” who gives his life over to Christ and then a few years down the road he slips away and backslides and falls back into his old lifestyle again. Well, do we take that and say oh well “I guess the bible is wrong about once saved always saved.” I believe that we are to base our theology on who God is by looking at the model of Jesus alone. Jesus said if you have seen me you have seen the Father.
      Rick, I do not claim to know all the answers, but I do know that every answer is in the bible. There are many reasons why people ask and ask for healing and still die. Here are just a few off the top of my head:
      1: People are being taught incorrectly about the sovereignty of God. They are being taught or they think that God is in control of everything that happens on the earth. Like major disasters or 911, people say that this is God’s judgment. I believe this is wrong and it confuses our view on the true nature of God.
      2: People are being taught that the signs and wonders were left with apostles just to get the church started. This to me definitely limits the power of God when scripture clearly states that we have been given the authority to heal the sick. We have been commanded to heal the sick.
      3: the thorn in the flesh has been taught wrong. I heard a preacher read the scripture verses right up until the point where God says “My grace is sufficient for you.” The pastor didn’t read this. He stopped there and looked up at the congregation and said “God said NO”. I believe this is wrong. God did not say no, He said “My grace is sufficient for you.” I believe that Paul’s thorn was not a sickness. It was clearly what the bible says “a messenger from satan” It was persecutions from satan. A lot of people say that God gave him his thorn. This confuses people also. It held me in bondage to pornography until I received the truth. I believe Paul’s persecutions (thorn) were removed. The Lord delivered him from ALL of them 2Tim3:10-11
      4: another reason is that people are praying “if it be Your will” basically when someone prays this way, they are saying they do not know if it is God’s will or not for them to be healed. This puts doubt in their minds. And the bible clearly says that doubt keeps prayers from being answered. I love the way Graham Cooke puts it: Immature or soulish Christians come into shaky situations praying, “If it be Your will.” Whereas, the spirit-led Christian prays, “Father I ask you to do this.” A soulish Christian will pray in hope; a spirit Christian will pray in faith.
      5: another reason is people are blaming God when bad things happen. The bible clearly says that the devil has come to steal, kill, and destroy, but Jesus has come to give us life and life more abundantly. John 10:10
      Yes Jesus came doing signs and wonders to prove who He was, but He has given that authority over to us. Jesus said that whoever believes in Him will do greater works because He has gone to the Father. Not that we are greater than Him, but we do greater works. In John chapter 5, yes you are right there were people who did not get healed. I believe those people were not putting their faith in Jesus. They were putting more faith in that water than Jesus. Jesus said He couldn’t heal in His own town because of unbelief.
      I believe most believers today are being taught wrong on the TRUE nature of who God is. Here is an awesome article written by Andrew Wommack. He hit the nail right on the head.

      http://www.awmi.net/extra/article/nature_god

    • A couple more things to add. In John 5 Jesus had performed his 2nd miracle, the third was this lame man. Then He fed 5000 and this is when people staring believing in Him. The crowds were following Him. He had compassion for them and healed All who were sick.
      Also in 2tim when Paul left Trophimus, sick, we know very little about him..maybe he didn’t have the faith to be healed…in Acts 14:9 Paul was looking at him steadfastly knowing he had faith to be healed.
      And when Paul said drink wine for your stomachs sake..meaning don’t drink the water it will make you sick..drink wine instead.
      Our faith plays a major roll on weather or not we get healed. Jesus makes it pretty clear that its “our faith”

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