I went to visit a friend last week and she asked what I would take if I had her cold.
She asked me if I would take a decongestant or if I would take NyQuil.

Well, earlier that week sniffles were trying to take root in me so I told them that they had to leave because I was healed! Then it tried to take root in my sinuses, my chin and jaw were in so much pain. I sat up on the couch until 4am quoting scripture verses about my being healed and speaking to that pain. The pain left, and then it tried to take root with swelling. My chin was swollen, huge! I looked very unusual, to say the least. My husband told me that I should smile all day because when I smiled it brought my chin upwards and helped make it look better. ALL day long I spoke healing. “Body, you are healed! By His stripes, you are whole and well!” Verses all day! One little boy said (I work in a school) “Mrs. Rola, I hear you talking to yourself”. Yep, I was and I listened to messages on healing over and over when I got home. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word. The Word of God is alive and powerful!

I received a text today from that friend, she had to finally go to the doctor because of sinusitis. The pain was unbearable in her head and eye area. Her message to me kind of confirmed what I had, but instead of antibiotics, I took the “gospill”. It would have been easier to go to the doctor for sure, at least it would have been for me. Standing on The Word when I “felt” so much pain, and “seeing” my chin was not “sensible” but the Word is the TRUTH! The facts don’t count! The Truth is all that matters!

Ephesians 1:3 “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ”

Notice, it says, who HATH blessed us with ALL spiritual blessings. Is The Word your truth? More true than what you may see or feel? Remember, The Word is alive. The Bible says that the Word became flesh and dwelt among us-Jesus! (John 1:14)

Claim the blessings that have been given to us. Salvation or Sozo in the greek, doesn’t just mean to be saved from hell, but also to heal, preserve, make whole and to be kept healthy.

Lori Rola

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