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1 In the book the Healer of Healersthe healing ministry of Christ is looked at with the greatest awe. For there were times when He healed all that came unto Him. And it came to pass that time swiftly raced to the most wonderful place where the reality of Matthew 12:15-18 hit harder than a home run, when that Apostle of God's Word hit everything clean out of the park that came His way.
2 It there went on to say, that our Son of Jubilee had many people pressing in on Him, so He could touch them, so they could receive some supernatural healing of the very best kind; For they were inflicted with some awful “plagues” that are much too foul to ever describe.
3 Even the words of Luke 6:17-19 rang out more than true back then. For “virtue” speedily flowed “out of” our Living Passover, as the real upset spirit of death had to quickly get away from everyone that looked towards Christ Jesus with the eyes of a doe. 4 But the foul “unclean spirits” that were in those sickened souls immediately “fell down” before His steadfast glory, as their quivering voices silently shrieked out, “Thou art the Son of God.”
5 But that Giver of The Call of Repentance “charged them that they should not make Him known.” 'Twas the hour the word anonymous was born.
6 After all, our Lamp Stand of Glory only wanted His Father to receive such from the work of His hands. Nor was there anyone who was more humble than that Manifested Honey of the Heavens.
7 Any ways, getting back on track, in spite of the desire that our Master Carpenter had about remaining anonymous, the word was out.
8 For it was written that Jesus was followed by “great multitudes” of those who were very sick, and impotent, and “He healed them all.”
9 And all of that happened at the edge of the Mediterranean sea, just as Mark 3:7-12 long ago recorded. But since our Justifier of Multitudes was being crowded a bit, He quickly told His disciples that they should have a boat waiting for Him at the shore, in case those people crowded Him a little too much. For He wanted some elbow room!
10 But after everything was done, that Bestower of those Beholdings then asked all of those thankful souls keep the news of those miraculous feats quiet, so Isaiah 42:1 might be fulfilled, that He wouldn't “strive, nor cry; neither shall any man hear His voice in the streets.” 'Twas the moment of Q.T.
11 It also came about, just as Matt.14:34 said, that our conquering Son of Wholeness came into the land of Gennesaret to do His Father's will.
12 And everyone from that area was brought unto that Hyssop of the Ages to “touch the hem of His garment.” And every single soul that reached out in faith to that Restorer of All Things were instantly “made perfectly whole” as soon as they touched His clothing.
13 For that Living Eternal Salvation was dressed in the light of His Father's strongest presence; And the glory of His remarkable love was easily able to cast away the kind of garbage that the devil long ago sent towards Man to destroy them in every way possible.

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Published January 1, 2012 by Booktango. 52 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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