Argumentative Essay About God

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How many of you know all things are possible to them that believe in God. There was a little boy demon possessed and they brought him to Jesus. Jesus asked how long has he been like this? And his father said, “From childhood. It has often cast him into the fire and into the water, to destroy him; but if you are able to do anything, have pity on us and help us.” Jesus said to him, “If you are able!—All things can be done for the one who believes.” Immediately the father of the child cried out, “I believe; help my unbelief!” (Mark 9:20-24). God provided deliverance for the man’s son because he believed. We in our world must believe on the God who can do the impossible. He will provide salvation to anyone who puts their trust in the Savior …show more content…
The leper humbled himself in adoration to Christ. He was genuinely sincere because of his helpless condition. How often do people allow pride to prevent their blessing and in some cases their healing? We want our problems kept a secret. I do not want anybody to know want is really going on with me. They might laugh at me. When people know your problems, they mite look at you funny. But when you are desperate for a healing? You do not mind falling down on your face. You do not mind worshipping God in the beauty of holiness. If you want your healing you got to humble yourself like this man with leprosy. We must likewise humble ourselves before God and offer ourselves to Him if we want to be saved from all our diseases. Sin destroys our lives. If were not willing to surrender our lives to Jesus then we remain plagued with a sin and sickness of the soul. We find no rest, we find ourselves weary, wounded and broken. Each day of our lives bring more misery. When Jesus shows up he looks for those who are sincere at heart. He looks for those who are sick. He is waiting for somebody to say, “Lord will you make me …show more content…
When I got to the doctor office the nurse asked if I was still taking my medication. I told her I do not need medication any longer. She said, “You need your medication, you will be on them for the rest of your life. I asked her, “Do you believe in divine healing?” She said, “You will need to talk to your doctor about that”. I told my doctor that I was healed of thyroid disease. He sent me to the lab for blood work. The results can back negative. Jesus had made me whole. Jesus healed my body. Almost eight years later I am still healed of thyroid disease. I just want somebody to know today that God can heal you. The Lord can clean you up if you are willing to believe that he can do it. If you are willing to bow down and humble yourself before God. If you are willing to believe the words that Jesus has spoken. I will bless the Lord at all times and his praise shall be in my mouth. Thank you Lord for heal me, thank you Lord for making a way out of no way. Thank you Lord for being so good, the Lord will clean you up and make you whole all over. The Lord is able to deliver you if you trust

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