What is this verse saying to those who are Christians and those who are not Christian? If you want true healing in your soul, touch God, be a believer in Jesus Christ, and believe that the Messiah came to save us from our sins. You must know He will come back one day and take us home to our real home in Heaven. You believe that the touch of the garment of Jesus is just the healing that the nations and man need to make his soul complete with joy, kindness, love, and happiness. God intended humankind to enjoy life with Him, not material items of the world.
It is about God, not us, but we have been brain-washed by the devil to think we don’t need God but require the objects of the planet to make us truly happy. When we figure out that the things of this world will not be enough to make us happy or fulfill the longing in our hearts, it’s almost too late to give our best to the Lord. Thank God for grace and mercy. God is so merciful and loving. He allows us to come to Him even with our last breath. We want to give God our very best and best years, not a few years or a few seconds before we die. We want the crowns and the rewards Jesus has so promised that we would have if we give our lives to the Master. Life will not be without troubles and heartache, but knowing God is there to comfort and protect you is the reward. When you pray, you will receive a peace that passes all understanding into life. You can talk to the Triune God and know He will answer your prayer and petitions for help. Now the support is not coming at a “microwave” pace that the world would believe we must live — but in the Masters’ timing.
Father God knows everything from the beginning to the end and how everything will finish. Yet, we don’t understand that life events will proceed, and we want to fix problems and get our friends and family’s view on situations instead of going straight to Jesus Christ and receiving a divine answer to our obstacles. I know this concept may be difficult to conceive. I have experienced divine intervention daily and deception; however, you will learn to decipher truth from error. But the flesh is not willing, and the spirit in us wants us to be more like Christ, but we disappoint as Paul the Apostle stated, in Matt 26:41 NKJV “Watch and pray, lest you enter into temptation. The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.” We all fight this conflict every day, so we must pray when we find ourselves tempted to do what is not right. If we remember we are children in God’s eyes, then we will know what to do.
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