Wholeness

by Sherlette Rutherford on May 03, 2020

When we are healed we tend to take it as our body is free from sickness and disease. The fact is our spirit and soul has to come into alignment with that healing. Jesus was wounded and striped to give us wholeness, not partial but complete wholeness (Isaiah 53_5). In him we live, breathe and have our being. A threefold cord is not quickly broken so if our bodies are healed and our soul and spirit remains unhealthy then we cannot be effective soldiers. We cannot function at our best or operate on a higher level. Incomplete wholeness allows the enemy to have access to our lives which gives him room to cause damage which then appears to us as we aren’t healed. Some sickness if prolonged can have psychological effects that will remain if we do not receive complete wholeness. The battle field is in the mind; therefore, we are to be transformed by the renewing of our minds so that we may prove what is the good and acceptable will of God for our lives (Romans 12_2). We have to appreciate the wounds/ inflictions and keep our gates/ doors closed to receive and maintain wholeness. Our deliverance is meant to be permanent and complete and if we keep our doors open it can eventually lead to death. The ultimate sacrifice was to ensure that we would have life and have it in abundance. In that abundance of life we are to be and live as a whole person.  Be encouraged, be inspired & blessed!

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