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For the week of February 20, 2023 Supernaturally Restored and Healed

Life can be exciting and wonderful much of the time. However, we’ve all hit rough spots when it seemed like everything went wrong at once. This can happen in any area of our lives—including our health. When we receive a bad diagnosis and it seems like an unseen enemy has stolen our good health, we must believe that God’s favor will restore everything Satan stole.

The devil wants to steal the good health God has blessed us with. When we’re blindsided with something, his deeds can bruise our spirits and leave us feeling heartsick and emotionally wounded. Thankfully, God restores our health and heals our wounds. This type of restoration is His will for us; it’s critical we cling tightly to this belief.

For healing to be manifested in our bodies, we must believe it so strongly that we verbally confess it. When fear hits, we are to remember that this emotion comes from the devil, who tries to get us to doubt God’s promises of healing. God hasn’t given us the spirit of fear, but of power, of love, and of a sound mind. We have the mind of Christ, which gives us all authority—including the authority to speak to sickness and disease, and forbid it to touch us.

Gracious words are like a honeycomb, bringing sweetness to the soul and health to the body. God has deliberately spoken His Word of grace to heal us. Lining up our words with His Word, and speaking them in faith, brings healing from the spiritual realm to the physical realm to cause manifestation. This is the kind of healing power we have at our disposal.


God, it’s Your will that we’re healthy and whole. We believe this and speak in agreement with it. Thank You for making it available to us through Your Son. In Jesus’ name, amen.


Jeremiah 30:17

2 Timothy 1:7

1 Corinthians 2:16

Proverbs 16:24, ESV
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