Grace For Healing
God wants you well
sacrifice of praise

The leper in who approached Jesus in Matt 8, fell on his knees and chose to worship Jesus, he knew the benefits of praise. 

When Jesus came down from the mountainside, large crowds followed him. A man with leprosy came and knelt before him and said, “Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean. Matt 8:1-2

 Despite the extremeness of his suffering, he still humbled himself and praised God. Wow! That’s powerful!
Read More…

a religious spirit

The Tree of Life speaks of Jesus; the more we take from this tree, we increase our capacity to receive healing. Unfortunately it’s so easy to end up taking from the tree of knowledge of good and evil instead causing us to have a religious spirit.

This will hinder our receiving.

Healing is right the way through the Bible, beginning in the garden of Eden. I hope today’s insights will give revelation and cause you to ponder on any areas which may be keeping you stuck.

Read More…

loss and grief

Loss and grief have to be the most painful experiences I have ever had; you know that deep hole you feel when someone or something so incredibly priceless is missing from life?

Thankfully as Christians, there is a beautiful and comforting benefit in store for us whenever we feel we’ve been robbed. 

For me, coping with illness was only part of the problem. Underneath the physical was the torment of going through life alone with no family, the loss of career, finances, holidays, ability to walk and even sit…I felt like loss was my cruel companion.

The life that was once ahead of me no longer existed. 

Today I wanted to share with you, the one thing that has kept me going throughout all these years of pain: God’s promises of double restoration
Read More…

If you’ve been chronically ill for a long time, you may be familiar with the silence of God and wondering if he has forgotten you. I remember experiencing this myself. Watching everyone else live whilst my life had ‘stopped’.

Praying and believing for breakthrough which just didn’t come…the months turned into years. Was God answering everyone else’s prayers? Why was He silent?

The waiting caused as much hurt and confusion as the illness itself. Where was my healing?

I imagine you may be feeling similar? Do you feel as though you’re spectating life, watching everyone else live the abundant life whilst you’re struggling trying to survive as best you can.
Read More…

loneliness of chronic illness

One of the hardest things for me in the past 20 years is the loneliness of chronic illness.

In the early days, I struggled on my own with very few people understanding the impact the pain was having on my mental state, making me feel even more isolated.

I wonder if you feel different because you can no longer join in with ‘life’ and the activities you once enjoyed with others have now stopped? 

We crave connection and to be understood. It starts when we connect with our mothers the moment we’re held for the very first time. This gives acceptance, love and security.

When illness happens though, we sense the lack of understanding by others which causes us to experience disconnection. 
Read More…

how to have hope in the storm

Have you given up hope that you’ll ever be well again? I believe after reading this post you’ll have a fresh revelation of how to apply Bible hope to your journey you’ll be lifted from that place of despair to a place of excitement for life once again.

Has your doctor given up on you? I’ve been there. My situation was impossible,  and it seemed like life was over until I discovered the value of knowing the difference between Bible hope and worldly hope.

To me this revelation really was a secret ingredient to the journey.

I had been waiting and waiting; the months had turned to years yet still no breakthrough. I’d resigned to the fact that this illness was here to stay. I was so disappointed.
Read More…