Faith that Heals

Soul Detox

Part 14

She said to herself, “If I only touch his cloak, I will be healed.” (Matthew 9:21)

If Only 2The woman had been sick for more years than she cared to remember. Her illness barred her from social activities including worship. No one touched her, not out of fear of contracting her illness, but the law strictly prohibited physical contact with women with an issue of blood. Her husband had divorced her years ago because of it. She hadn’t blamed him. Men had needs…needs she was unable to fulfill. But he showed her mercy in his departure and left her with a generous sum of money—not required by law. She sought cures, which only served to line doctors’ pockets with her last cent.  Read More

See you in a twinkling,

Brenda K. Hendricks

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5 thoughts on “Faith that Heals

  1. Sarah says:

    Had to head over … I can always use a bit of encouragement. Thanks bunches.

    Delighted to meet you today. I hope you don’t mind if I splash around a bit to get to know you. This looks like a refreshing place to dip into some goodness.

    Splashin’

    Sarah
    http://www.justsarahdawn.blogspot.com

    • Hi Sarah, I’m so glad I splashed through my spam pool today and didn’t just delete everything. That’s where I found you. Your site is so full of energy. Thanks for visiting my blog. I hope you’ll return soon.
      See you in a twinkling,
      Brenda

  2. Myndi says:

    Wow!! A story that never gets old! Just one touch of the mighty Healer, but where is our faith??!!

  3. morethanlegs says:

    I’ve was born with cerebral palsy, so I’ve always had to struggle with the attitudes of others regarding healing. I rejoice that my healing ALWAYS comes when I touch the hem of his garment-regardless of what others see or think!

    • Hallelujah! You are so right. Healing faith brings peace of mind and enables us to praise God for what is unseen. Thank you for your comment and for sharing your wonderful faith.
      See you in a twinkling,
      Brenda

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