We cry out with ONE voice; “Father heal us in The name of Jesus. Amen.”
On the cross Jesus bore all our sickness, ailments and woes. Father, reach down and cleanse us all. We pray for those who hear, but refuse to accept. We pray for those whom have not heard, we pray for unbelievers. Be Thou glorified ALWAYS, Amen.
As one body, we cry unto you for healing, Amen.
Surely He took up our pain and bore our suffering, yet we considered Him punished by God, stricken by Him, and afflicted. Isaiah 53:4
Lord Jesus, we cry unto You. Save us, Amen. The globes lives are on hold, loosen our bonds, set us free. Be glorified Lord we pray.
Did Jesus Bear Our Sicknesses? Yes!
Matthew 8:16-17 When evening came, many who were demon-possessed were brought to him, and he drove out the spirits with a word and healed all the sick. This was to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet Isaiah: “He took up our infirmities and bore our diseases.”
The inspired writer of Matthew’s Gospel is generally believed to be the apostle Matthew, one of the Twelve. By the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Matthew speaks of Jesus healing the sick as a fulfillment of Isaiah’s beautiful prophecy, where the prophet wrote (53:4, NIV): “Surely he took up our pain and bore our suffering.” Various Bible versions translate the words of verse 4 in the clear sense of physical healing:• “Yet he himself bore our sicknesses…” (Christian Standard Bible) • “In fact, it was our diseases he bore…” (Complete Jewish Bible) • “Surely he has borne our sicknesses…” (Jubilee Bible 2000) • “But he lifted up our illnesses…” (New English Translation) • “Surely he has borne our infirmities and carried our diseases” (New Revised Standard Version) • “Verily he suffered our sicknesses…” (Wycliffe Bible)
These versions’ translations of Isaiah’s Messianic prophecy (53:4) are entirely consistent with and in agreement with the inspired Gospel account of Matthew (8:16-17). He wrote that Jesus “healed all the sick. This was to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet Isaiah: ‘He took up our infirmities and bore our diseases’.”
Jesus bore the infirmities and diseases of the people 2,000 years ago. And Jesus still bears the infirmities and diseases of those who come to Him in faith for healing, because the Bible declares that He is “the same yesterday and today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8). The Jesus who bore diseases in the first century is “the same” Lord who bears our diseases in this 21st century.
In Sum, Jesus Did (and Still Does!) Bear Both Our Sins and Our Sicknesses
This is not a new thought that started with the New Testament in the first century. Far from it. Many centuries before Christ came to earth, the Psalmist King David wrote: “Praise the Lord, my soul, and forget not all his benefits—who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases” (Psalm 103:2-3). A few centuries later — still long before Jesus’ time on earth — the prophet Isaiah wrote his famous 53rd chapter, called by many “the Fifth Gospel.” Isaiah saw and wrote of this twofold blessing the Messiah would bring:• 1) He would “bear [our] iniquities” (vs. 11). With prophetic future insight, Isaiah said, “He bore the sin of many” (vs. 12). The apostle Peter confirmed this (1 Peter 2:24): “He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross.” • 2) Isaiah also saw the Messiah [Jesus] bearing our diseases: “He took up our infirmities and bore our diseases” (Matthews 8:17, quoting from Isaiah 53:4). The apostle Peter confirmed this too (1 Peter 2:24, NKJV): “…by [His] stripes you were healed.”
Jesus did both these things while on earth twenty centuries ago. And He still forgives sins and heals sicknesses today, because He is “the same yesterday and today…” (Heb. 13:8)
And we pray:
Father Almighty, You are our beginning and our end. We come to You in The name of Jesus and ask You to heal the nations. We ask with one voice, for Jesus said anything we pray and agree upon is done in Heaven. In the name of Jesus, we claim global healing, Amen.
Lord, save us, Amen.
Sometimes prayer is joining hands and voices in worship, in petition, in confession, in grief and in joy. Praying with others reminds us that when we pray, whether we are by ourselves or in a congregation of worshippers, we never really pray alone. Prayer always joins our spirits with God’s Spirit and with the spirits of others. Prayer is always an act of communion with a larger community.
Pray, pray, pray. Give God thanks for this moment, we are claiming a global healing in Jesus’ name.
We bind the virus in Jesus’ name. Whatsoever we bind or loose on Earth shall be bound or loosed in Heaven.
We loose healing of this virus in Jesus ‘ name, Amen.