First, I enter his gates with thanksgiving; in other words, I get myself into his presence. I begin praising him and thanking him. Sometimes, it’s just for a short period of time, and sometimes longer. God’s power flows better when we are tuned in instead of just doing it cold.
“Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, And into His courts with praise. Be thankful to Him, and bless His name.” (Psalm 100:4)
Then, I speak stand on the promises. I quote them out loud. I get them in my head and think about them; I dream about them. I make them mine. I get them off the Bible pages and into my heart. This comes through renewing our mind. I get it from head to heart.
“For the word of God is living and powerful” (Hebrews 4:12)
Then I speak to the mountain. The mountain is your problem. Here is where some make a mistake. They speak to God about their mountain instead of speaking to their mountain about God. What’s the difference? Victory or defeat!
“For assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, ‘Be removed and be cast into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says.”(Mark 11:23)
-Then I just thank him. I rest in him. I’ve got it!
“Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them” (Mark 11:24)
Now, at first, you may struggle with you unbelief. Keep at it and ask God to help you overcome your unbelief. Divine healing, at first, may seem like a marathon, but it will turn into a sprint eventually.
If I have hurt my foot doing something, I simply speak to the mountain (my foot). I say “pain in my foot in the name of Jesus be gone” and then I speak to any damage in my foot. “In the name of Jesus, any damage to my foot be corrected now.” It works every time. It didn’t at first. It took time for my unbelief to diminish and my faith to build. I kept at it out of necessity and it worked. Now it works every time. It may manifest immediately or it might take a couple of hours.
Don’t let anything or anyone stand in the way of your healing. Be like the woman with the issue of blood. She had had enough. The spirit of Popeye came all over her. Remember, Popeye? He was that guy in the cartoons who kept getting the stuffing beat out of him by bullies and then they would steal his girl friend Olive Oil. When he couldn’t take it any more he uttered this statement “That’s all I can stands and I can stands no more.” He would open up a can of spinach and woop up on the bullies. Well, we need to open a can of spiritual spinach and woop up on the devil and get our health back.
Some of you may be thinking this sure sounds like a formula. I don’t believe in formulas. All I can say is God provided Divine Healing in the Cross and wants you to have it. These are Spiritual Principles (laws) that work because that is how God created them. Of course, God wants you to have a personal, intimate relationship with him. That is the best part. But if you look in scripture, some who were healed did not have a relationship with Jesus, they just have faith. Look at the ten lepers. Nine didn’t thank him, only one did. How many should have thanked him; all ten of course. Don’t miss the best part; know Jesus!
Whatever is wrong with you God can heal; He is a good God and wants you to be well. We are just gonna pray for you and believe God to release that healing power. Just remember you have a Spiritual GPS!
God has been prompting me to share this; so I will. For this to work effectively in one’s life, it takes time to develop. Now you can go to a person who is strong in this and get healed off their faith if you can get your faith at least in neutral. They can jump start yours. But to do this for yourself, I really think it compares to a health club membership. It works only if you use it. If you are out of shape and/or overweight, it is going to take some time to lose the weight/get in shape. But the effect will pay huge dividends. It really comes down to determination not will power. You just keep doing it day after day and DON’T QUIT.
“And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. “ (Galatians 6:9)