365 Days of Healing
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"But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed" (Isa. 53:5).

When Jesus was raised from the dead, was He still sick? No, He was raised with a perfect, glorified body. So where did He leave the sickness and disease? He left them in hell. Jesus was then called the firstborn of all creation (Col. 1:15).

Jesus died and descended to the depths of hell, carrying our sickness and disease. But when He - the firstborn among many brethren - was raised from the dead, He came forth as a healed man.

Therefore, when we are born again, healing is ours to claim!

Here's another question: If God didn't want us healed, why in the world did Jesus bear those stripes before He went to the Cross? That was one part of the misery Jesus could have bypassed. But He did it by choice.

Healing is a firmly established fact. Now we just need to get the revelation in our own spirits that healing is God's will for us. When we do, we will start walking in the divine health Jesus purchased for us with the stripes on His back.

Jesus willingly paid the price for me. He took my sickness;
He gave me His health. I appropriate what the
Lord did for me and receive my healing now.

Source: 365 Days of Healing by Mark Brazee
Excerpt permission granted by Harrison House Publishers

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