We serve a God that loves us beyond measure. His love for us is unconditional, it is relentless, it is real. There is absolutely nothing we could do to make him love us any more or less. We do not earn His love; He graciously loves us despite our glaring imperfections.
Our His love for us, He wants us to be whole, not just healed or provided for. He wants us to flourish emotionally, physically, socially, educationally, and yes, spiritually. He wants us balanced.
3 John 2 says “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.” Our heavenly Father wants us to prosper in all things, in all areas of our lives just like we are prospering spiritually. So, we must pay attention to the other areas of our lives, not just our spiritual well-being.
When the woman with the issue of blood touched Jesus, He declared her whole. She was socially isolated and physically sick. She had no money. She was scorned and rejected which must have resulted in emotional distress. This woman was facing depravity in all areas of her life, but Jesus declared her whole when she touched Him. He did not say she was healed, he said whole.
Wholeness is yours today. Future blogs with drill down into what this wholeness can look for you.