might have wondered about this or maybe you've never even thought of
asking. Nevertheless, the answer to this question will prove to be the
foundation of these future bible study lessons on healing.
Let me first explain the difference between healing and miracles.
Is there a difference at all?
Let’s use the many instances in the bible when the blind received their sight. Let’s use these to find examples of bible healing and example a miracle. I have extracted three of these cases.
Jesus healed a whole lot of blind people through out his life time.
After reading these three examples, you might be asking yourselves ‘Why didn't Jesus give each of these men a miracle (which is instantaneous)?
Was the scripture trying to say that he could not do that? But we all know that he could have done so if he desired to.
But why then would he bother to go to all that length?
Why would Jesus do all this, unless he was trying to teach, by example?
Remember, Jesus was also a teacher and he has always followed by his 12 disciples and watched very closely.
So Jesus was teaching us by example, and there are some very important lessons that can be learnt by these three powerful examples.
Example #1 Teaches Us That:
Example #2 Teaches Us That:
Example #3 Teaches Us That:
Jesus himself has shown us the difference between healing and miracles. We can receive our deliverance in more ways that just one. He uses many different methods to bring complete healing in the lives of his people.
Although you know the difference between healing and miracles, I bet you would choose a miracle over healing any day!
I know I would!
We might not have the answer to this question but God is a Supreme God. Experience teaches quite a lot and healing process may allow us the opportunity to unlearn destructive habits and learn better practices.
He knows our past, present, and our future. We can totally trust in him that he also knows which process works best, to get us to complete health, and to keep us there.