Healing For Enemies

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Still 'fine-tuning' our process. You can get to the original article HERE

NOTE: THIS ARTICLE is a reprint from the blog of reverend Kevin Rogers of New Song Church in Windsor, Ontario and is reproduced here for your convenience. You can visit the his blog called "The Orphan Age" HERE.


Recently I saw a social media post where a former classmate from Bible College was asking other graduates about miracles. He posted, Would love to hear from the members about a verifiable miracle that cannot in any way be construed as a coincidence.”

 

There were several comments that showed a range of responses. There were those that were skeptical of such things and wanted more evidence. There were others that re-posted YouTube videos of people that were allegedly healed. And then there were a handful of people like myself that gave examples from my own life and of people that I am in close relationship to.

 

Wherever you stand on miracles and healing it would be easy to develop formulas to understand and apprehend these gifts of God. Some will say that you must have faith to believe, or nothing will happen. Others will say that the examples from the New Testament ended with the age of the first apostles and that any modern claims are delusional or have some physical explanation. Others will ask why only some get healed and not others.

 

Our prayer requests and prayer meetings often are filled with requests that God would bring healing to family members and friends that are suffering with some disease or are needing a miraculous intervention.

 

But what about praying for the healing of your enemies? When someone who betrays you or has hurt you deeply is in distress, do you come to the Lord with a loving prayer for your enemy? Do you love your enemies in their suffering, or do you love to see your enemies suffer? Who was it that abused you in some way?

 

 

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