Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Just a touch. . .

She had an issue of blood for twelve years. . .She had visited all the doctors, tried all the cures, spent all her money but to no avail. And then she heard. . .

He was coming to her village, and she knew what she must do. The throngs of people crowded Him on every side, and she thought. . .

If I can just reach out and touch the hem of his garment, I can be made whole. . .and so she did, and the moment she touched Him, she was restored.

Dear Lord, give me this kind of faith, knowing all it takes is one small touch on my part. . .You are there waiting. Wishing faith, love and hope to each of you, my friends.


The Quintessential Magpie said...

Vicki, I'm not really blogging right now, but I logged in for a few minutes to respond to some comments and saw this scripture roll up on my reader and clicked on it. It must have been the Lord! Thank you for sharing His Word as I needed to do this very thing today.

Hoping you are well and sending loving thoughts and warm hugs to you, my friend. Be blessed as you bless others!



Anonymous said...

You have no idea how this post has made me feel!! I love it!! Thank You!!
Have a Great Day!

Rebecca said...

Many years ago I had an issue of blood but healing came. Complete healing and my health was fully restored.

Jesus is in the healing business. How blessed we all are.

"Rise and be healed in the name of Jesus!"

Beautiful post!


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Vicki,
I so enjoyed your post. Yes, Jesus is in the healing business; even today! I've had two miraculous healings in my body but I don't broadcast it. If someone asks me, I am only too happy to share about it. God is good! Thank you for your post. I know it will minister to many.


luv2decorate said...

Beautiful post! He is my healer too!

Have a lovely day - Marie

Shirley said...

Hi Vicki, Your post is so true. We have had 12 years that we didn't think we would get because of health issues with my husband. You keep praying that he gives you to the strenght to carry on. Have a great day. Your Missouri Friend.