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Divine Healing In The Age Of Corona- Part 3
Archived – November 15, 2020

Divine Healing In The Age Of Corona- Part 3

November 15, 2020


  • Last week, we continued to build a foundation for a belief in divine healing.
  • This series has two objectives:
  1. To demonstrate that developing faith for divine healing is biblical, practical and beneficial.
  2. To foster reasonable expectations for divine intervention in the healing and recovery of your physical body.
  • To this end, we first discussed how we needed to look at healing holistically.
  • A narrow understanding of divine healing will often place people in one of two categories:
  1. Healing .
  2. Healing never.
  • The reality is that faith is not the only variable affecting our physical health.
  • Though this is true. . . we can still approach God when we are faced with sickness AND maintain a expectation to be healed.
  • In fact, this series is going to encourage you to expect healing time even though you know people are not healed all the time.
  • Stop looking at analytics and stick with your ace.
  • Jesus is your ace.
  • Jesus, our ace, is the healer and to see Him as the healer, as we discussed last week, we must also see Him holistically.
  • To see Jesus holistically is to see Him as the personification of every divine God has revealed to us in Scripture.
  • All the promises, principles and prophecies of Scripture culminate in (Luke 24:27)

Jesus: Everything We Want and Need from God

  • Colossians 1:13-19
  • Colossians 2:9
  • Hebrews 1:1-4


The Names of God in the Old Testament

(Drawn from the Hilton Sutton Study Bible, The King James Bible Red Lettered,

“The Names and Attributes of God” pp. xi-xv)

  • Eloah (singular)/Elohim (plural) – “The Mighty One”/”The Almighty” (e.g. Job 3:4, Neh 9:17, Gen 1:1, Gen 1:26)
  • Jehovah – “The Self-Existing One” (used close to 6000 times in Scripture)
  • Adon (singular)/Adonahy (plural) – “Lord” (e.g. Ex. 23:17, Gen. 15:2)
  • El Elyon – “The Most High God”/”The High God”/”God is the High One” (e.g. Gen 14:18, Ps 78:35)
  • El Roi – “God Sees Me”/”God is the One Who Sees Me” (Gen. 16:13)
  • El Shadday (Shaddai) – “The Almighty God”/“God Almighty”/“The Almighty”/ “God is the All-Powerful One” (e.g. Gen 17:1, Gen 43:14, Job 8:5)
  • El Olam – “The Everlasting God”/”God is the Eternal One” (Gen 21:33, Deut 33:27, Ps 146:10)
  • El Chai (Hai) – “The Living God” (Deut 5:25)
  • El Kanna – “The Jealous God” (Ex 20:5)
  • El Hannun – “The Merciful God (Deut 4:31)
  • El Avraham Yitzak v-Yacov – “The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” (Ex 3:15)
  • Jehovah Sabaoth (Tsebaoth) – “The Lord of Hosts”/“Jehovah of the (Heavenly) Armies” (e.g. I Sam 1:3, Isa 31:14)
  • Jehovah Nissi “The Lord My Banner”/”The Lord is My Victory” (Ex 17:15)
  • Jehovah Rophe/Rophi/Rapha – “The Lord Who Heals You” (Ex. 15:26)
  • Jehovah Jireh – “The Lord Who Provides” (Gen. 22:14)
  • Jehovah Tzadekenu (Tsidikenu) – “The Lord Our Righteousness” (Jer. 23:6)
  • Jehovah Rohi – “The Lord My Shepherd” (Ps. 23:1)
  • Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh – “I Am That I Am”

  • Exodus 3:13-14
  • John 8:52-59
  • Philippians 2:9-10


The Importance of Starting with Jesus

  • Receiving divine healing has everything to do with seeing Jesus .
  • Ironically, to secure the prosperity that Word of faith preachers talk about, we must focus less on (the way we understand it) and focus more on .
  • Jesus is .
  • He’s everything we need.
  • This includes .
  • When we can see the God that heals in , we can receive healing from Him, like so many people did when Jesus walked physically on the earth.


© Joshua D. Smith, Ph.D., 2020

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