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We are well in Jesus

  • Ecclesiastes 11:10: So then, banish anxiety from your heart and cast off the troubles of your body, for youth and vigor are meaningless.

    With Jesus we are well. We are always well. We have the assurance that we are well. Whether we are old, young, an athlete or a mathlete, we are well.
    Poverty of the soul, poverty in all forms including sickness was punished in the body of Jesus well before we have been born into this world. We have a choice to believe the truth or to believe the deceiver who tells us that our body must endure those things.
    Do not accept sickness in any form and remind the deceiver of the truth that Jesus paid the cost for all good things in our lives.

    We have the mind of Christ (1st Corinthians 2:16) and so when we have that promise we can banish anxiety for our hearts, because what starts in our minds will flow to our hearts. Let us not be misled on the truth about what is love and what is fear. Since anxiety is the fruit of fear, and wellness the fruit of love.
    Let us cast off the trouble of our body and look to the body of Jesus for our identity. It is written, as Jesus is, I am in this world (1John 4:17). Jesus is not sick, Jesus does not have allergies or weakness. Jesus does not have any disease in him. He is well, healthy, free, and not anxious or fearful. When we keep our identity in Jesus then nothing can come to stay in our bodies that will take us away from the wellness that comes from Him.
    Keep your focus on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, and when we do we will realize that youth and vigor are meaningless. Because of Jesus Christ we will be well at whatever age until we go home to stay. Be well, give Jesus the glory and feel the truth of His wellness overflow in your body and mind today!


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Sylvia Todd
Sylvia Todd Love this, Jeffrey, completely agree, especially "what starts in our minds will flow to our hearts". We are made for victory!
October 1, 2015