13th May 2012
Rev. Isaac Adigun
Psalm 91:1 was the opening bible reading for the sermon. Rev. Isaac Adigun referred to the Sunday School (the lame man healed at the temple). The man was not healed inside a church, “he may have got used to sitting outside the temple but little did he know that that day was his day of healing”.
His day of Healing
Every Sunday should be our best. We should give it our best shot. “When everyone is singing, you sing with your whole heart because you never know what the Lord will do”. You never know the day that will be your day. When we are we’re we are meant to be there’ll be no fear.
sing with your whole heart
When you run for that cover, it takes effect immediately. God heals today as he healed in the past. It doesn’t matter to Jesus the extent of your sickness because he can heal all. The Lord is looking at us pitifully. We are to trust God for healing.
If you are not saved from your life of sin, you are not covered
God is concerned about a little pain or the case that has been written off. “By his stripes we are healed”. We just need a faith as “little as a grain of mustard seed”. “let the weak say that I am strong” exercise your faith. This day can be a special day in your diary “I heard that God has made provision for our healing, I believed and was healed”
I believed and was healed
In the book of Genesis chapter 3, “disobedience brought sin, death and pain” God did not include pain when he created this world (verse 17). The death of Jesus Christ on the Cross is the power of healing “…the chastisement of our peace was upon him and by his stripes we are healed”.
He was bruised for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquity, the Chastisement of our Peace was UPON Him and By HIS stripes WE ARE HEALED | Isaiah 53:5