Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness


Have you been drinking your water?

My wife was feeling terrible earlier this week. For a few straight days, she was battling bouts of fatigue, nausea and dizziness and we couldn't figure out what was going on. Finally, she tried drinking a few glasses of water -- lo and behold, the sickness left her instantly!

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Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness

Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness


Be Still!

In one passage in John, Mary and Martha come running to Jesus, asking Him to heal Lazarus, who was critically ill. Since Lazarus was a good friend of Jesus, I'm sure they were expecting that Jesus would come immediately to his aid. The scripture says, however, that Jesus stayed two more days in the place where He was. It was in those two days that Lazarus died.

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Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness

Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness


Do you want to be made well?

Yeshua (Jesus) asked this man "Do you want to be made well?" Of course he did! Wouldn't you? Why did Jesus ask a question like this when its answer was so clearly obvious? It seems the Lord wanted to hear him verbalize his need.

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Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness

Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness


Be inFLUential!

As most of you know, we've been on a speaking tour throughout the United States during the past month, and have been preaching throughout the country in the midst of flu season. This past weekend the flu finally broke down my immunity and seriously knocked me out. But after a few days of battling, I'm starting to feel better. Influenza is a nasty virus that has the ability to replicate extremely quickly and once it establishes a foothold, rapidly gains a stronghold within the body. You may guess where I'm going with this personal illustration.

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Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness

Worthy Christian Devotions » Illness