by Andrew Wommack
I don't know anyone who wants to be sick. Everyone wants to be healthy. That's evident in the huge amount of money that flows into hospitals, doctors' offices, and pharmacies. People will do just about anything to retain or regain their health. That is a universal desire; you could easily say it's one of the most compelling desires of everyone who has ever lived.
That's because mankind was created by God to live forever. There is a God-given aversion in every one of us to sickness, disease, and death. God didn't create us to be anything less than perfectly healthy. Sickness came upon us as a result of our rejection of God and His ways. Proverbs 14:12 and 16:25 say, "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." Death, including sickness, was our choice, not God's.
If total health is God's original plan for man, and one of the most universal needs of man is total health, doesn't it make sense that the Lord would address this need? Why is it that so many Christians are opposed to divine healing? Why do others who believe in healing fail to receive? I want to try and answer these two questions.
First, one of the main reasons I think Christians don't believe that it's always God's will to heal is that it is convenient to believe that way. Instead of making their experiences match God's Word, many seek to make God's Word match their experiences. View Video & Story Below For a Deeper Look at Niki's Story .
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