Examples of what to say to maintain your healing (part 1)

It is very important for you to believe that you are already healed. Keep repeating healing scriptures out loud over yourself daily. You need to do this to maintain your healing. The enemy will try to come back in your life. Do not be afraid. Do as Jesus said. Say: “It is written, Satan,” then repeat Psalm 107:20 or Isaiah 53:4-5. Then tell him to get out of your life. The root cause of all sickness and disease is sin. It is important to live a lifestyle that pleases God. If you have sin in your life, repent and get rid of it.

Keep feeding healing scriptures into your mind until they become a part of your inner consciousness. 1 Peter 5:8-9 says to be sober, and be vigilant. Your adversary, the devil, walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him in faith. He can only devour those who are not sober and vigilant. Those who do not resist him, in other words—those who have their spiritual guard down. Do not doubt your healing. Run him off with the word of God.

Here is a list of scriptures to say out loud daily. “God sent his word and healed them,”  Psalm 107:20. “Christ has redeemed me from the curse,” Galatians 3:14. “Jesus himself bore my pain and sickness in his body on the tree; therefore, I am dead to sin …unto righteousness by whose stripes ye were healed,” 1 Peter 2:24. “Greater is He that’s in me than he that’s in the world,” 1 John 4:4. “….Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sickness,” Matthew 8:17. “…for I will restore health unto you and heal you of all your diseases,” Jeremiah 30:17. “…you shall serve the Lord your God and He shall bless thy bread and thy water, and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee,” Exodus 23:25.

It’s important to memorize a few, so you can repeat them over yourself throughout the day. I enjoy repeating scriptures when I am walking or when I am doing housework or sitting and relaxing.

I want you to really take a minute and focus on what Psalm 107:20 says and what 1 Peter 2:24 says. “He sent His word and healed them,” Psalm 107. You have to receive and believe them. “He bore your sins and sickness in His body,” 1 Peter. If He bore your sins in His body, then they are no longer in your body but in Jesus’ body. You have to believe and receive what the word of God says. You have to see your sins and sickness in Jesus’ body, not in your body. Don’t doubt, but believe you are healed.

You have to call things which are not as they seem. Call your sick body well. Believe that you are already healed. Once you get this revelation, you will never ever see or receive any sickness in or upon your body again. When sickness tries to come upon you, you will tell it to go because you are already healed. Speak to that sickness and tell it that it cannot live in or on your body because Jesus has already healed you.

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