Is It God’s Will To Heal?
The will of God is simply this: “On earth as it is in Heaven.” And when we pray, “Your kingdom come, Your will be done,” we’re praying for God’s kingdom and will to be realized right here, right now. This is a life changing, paradigm-shattering way to “do” Christianity.
All the amazing things that are free to operate in Heaven—joy, peace, wisdom, health, wholeness, and every other promise of God—should be free to operate here on this planet, in your home, your church, your business, and your school. What is not free to operate in heaven—sickness, disease, spiritual bondage—should not be free to operate here.
Jesus is perfect theology
People often use the subtle language of “God allowed it” when referring to difficulties like sickness and disease. This kind of language sounds spiritually mature but is rooted in allowing our experience to define our theology, and explain what we don’t understand. If God “allowed” it then it can be said that he caused it. But this is not what the Bible teaches.
“God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him.”
(Acts 10:38, NKJV)
“For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil.”
(1 John 3:8, NKJV)
Jesus reveals God’s will. Jesus healed everyone he came in contact with. He also destroyed the devil’s unrestricted power to use sickness and disease as means of attack.
When we make this our mission, lives are set free, bodies are healed, darkness lifts from people’s minds, and the rule of the enemy is pushed back in every way imaginable. Businesses grow healthy, relationships flower again, people re-connect with their calling and purpose in life. Churches grow, and cities feel the effects of having God’s kingdom flourishing within them.
The understanding of God’s Kingdom being established right here, right now, will free up your life in ways you have never seen before. Things will begin to happen regularly that are so extraordinary it’s like a fantasy. But it’s not a made-up lifestyle; it’s the lifestyle for which you were made to live…and do.