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A spirit of infirmity

A certain woman had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years. It happened that one day she bent over but she failed to raise herself up again. 

This sounds familiar I know, that on a normal day you find yourself not able to do that you were able to do before. All of a sudden you’ve a physical weakness, ailment or lack of strength in one part of your body, and this woman had this for 18 years.

"But when Jesus saw her, He called her to Him and said to her, "Woman, you are loosed from your infirmity." Luke 13:12.

I don’t know what it is that’s holding you back, help is on the way. But you have to do something; first, allow Jesus to see you, and respond positively to his calling. When Jesus saw her, He called her to Him and said to her, "Woman, you are loosed from your infirmity. "And He laid His hands on her, and immediately she was made straight, and glorified God" Luke 13:13. 

Tremendous, isn’t it, that her who Satan had bound for eighteen years with this spirit of infirmity was loosed from bondage?

So ought not you, being a child of God, be loosed from your own infirmities too?

In Chapter 14, he also healed a man with dropsy or Pedal Oedema, a condition where ankles and/or feet and occasionally hands and face are swollen due to accumulation of the interstitial. The skin will appear stretched and shinny, and a dimple may be formed on the skin on pressing the skin and it may remain for several seconds. Breathlessness, chest pain, abdominal pain, reduced renal output, etc, may be some of the other symptoms, depending upon the cause of dropsy. But Jesus "took him and healed him, and let him go" Luke 14:4.

My friend, you are also loosed from your infirmity in Jesus’ name. It doesn’t matter what people think, he’s pulling you out of that condition.

God bless you,

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