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“Why Some do not Receive Their Healing”

I.          INSUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE -- Hoshea (Hosea) 4:6

            A.        You Cannot have faith beyond your knowledge of YHWH s Word.

                        1.         Romans 10:17

                        2.       You must know what YHWH offers before you can accept it.

B.        Insufficient knowledge of the word produces unbelief concerning the willingness of YHWH .

                        1.         It is not enough to know that YHWH is able.

2.         Theology reveals and magnifies YHWHs ability.  The Word reveals and magnifies YHWHs willingness to use His power and ability.

                        3.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 8:1-3

                                    a.         Promise is an unveiling of one’s will.

                                    b.         Webster:  to give a basis for expecting.


            A.        Two kinds of unbelief

                        1.         Lack of Knowledge

                        2.         Refusal to accept knowledge

B.        Mark 7:13,  “Making the word of YHWH of none effect through your tradition, which ye have delivered: and many such like things do ye.”


            A.        “ YHWH  is not the author of disease.”

1.         B'reishith (Genesis) 1:31 (In everything of creation, YHWH   has branded it, “very good”.  There YHWH put everything His will wanted mankind to enjoy.  No where do we find reference to sickness or disease.  This came AFTER sin and death entered the earth.)

2.         If disease is of YHWH , then Malki Tzedik Yahusha came in opposition to the will of YHWH .

                                    a.         Acts 10:38

                                    b.         1 Yochanan (1 John) 3:8

3.         “If disease is of YHWH , and the will of YHWH  for His children, then every physician is a law-breaker, every trained nurse is defying the Almighty, and every hospital is a house of rebellion instead of a house of mercy.”

4.         If sickness is the will of YHWH , then Heaven will have more sick people than any other place because All of YHWHs will is carried out in Heaven.

            B.        “We should pray, if it be Thy will.”

                        1.         Mark 1:40-42

a.         This man prayed this, but it was when the will of YHWH was known that he had faith to be healed.

b.         If a person cannot individually determine YHWH s will through YHWH s Word, then they would need a special revelation.

1)        Yochanan (John) 3:16 (How can we be sure of Salvation?)

                                    c.         YHWH ’s Word is an unveiling of his will. 

                                                1)        Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 55:6-11

2.         The Episcopal Church in their commission appointed to study Divine Healing stated:  “The healing of Malki Tzedik Yahusha was done as a revelation of YHWH s will for man.  No longer can the church pray for the sick with that FAITH DESTROYING PHRASE...  if it be Thy will.”

            C.        “It might not ALWAYS be YHWH s will to heal.”

1.         Malki Tzedik Yahusha came to this earth as the entire expression of the law, life and will of YHWH .

                                    a.         Messianic Jews (Hebrews) 1:1,2

b.         Malki Tzedik Yahusha  demonstrated forever by His Words and actions what the mind of the Father was.

                                                1)  Yochanan (John) 4:34

                                                2)  Yochanan (John) 5:30

                                                3)  Yochanan (John) 6:38

                                                4)  Yochanan (John) 8:28,29 (Amp)

                                                5)  Yochanan (John) 17:4

                                                6)  Yochanan (John) 14:8-10

c.         Whatever you find Malki Tzedik Yahusha doing or saying, you can know that this is YHWH s desire in that situation.

                        2.         Malki Tzedik Yahusha’s ministry was a healing ministry.

                                    a.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 4:23-25

                                    b.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 9:35-10:1

                                    c.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 12:15

                                    d.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 14:14, 34-36

                                    e.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 15:30, 31

                                    f.          Luke 4:40

                                    g.         Luke 6:17-19

h.         NOT ONE TIME did Malki Tzedik Yahusha  ever turn anyone away because it wasn’t YHWH s will to heal them.

1)        Yochanan (John) 8:28,29 (Amp),  “So Malki Tzedik Yahusha ) added, When you have lifted up the son of man [on the cross], you will realize (know, understand) that I am He [for whom you look]; and that I do nothing from Myself - of My own accord, or on My own authority - but I say (exactly) what My Father has taught Me.  And He Who sent Me is ever with Me;  My Father has not left Me alone, for I always do what pleases Him.”

i.          There was only ONE thing that kept people from receiving their healing - unbelief.

                                                1)        Mattityahu (Matthew) 13:58

                                                2)        Mark 6:5,6 (Amp)

3.         Malki Tzedik Yahusha’s redemptive work included redemption from sickness and disease.

                               a. Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 53:4-5; Mattityahu (Matthew) 8:16-17

1)        Young’s literal:  “Surely our sicknesses He hath borne, And our pains - He hath carried them.”

2)        Isaac Lesser:  “But only our diseases did He bear Himself and our pains He carried.”

3)        Amplified:  “Surely He has borne our grief’s - sickness, weakness and distress - and carried our sorrows and pain (of punishment).”

b.         Our basis for faith in redemption from sickness as well as sin is based on the revelation of YHWH s Word.

1)                  If it is not YHWH s will to heal all, then no man can ascertain the will of YHWH  for Himself personally by the word of YHWH  in any area;   he would need a special revelation.

2)         If 1 Kefa (I Peter) 2:24 is not for everyone in its entirety, then we have no reason to believe any of it for everyone.

            D.        “Paul had a thorn in the flesh.”

                        1.         II Corinthians 12:7-10

a.         The major misconception is that Paul had a sickness given to him by YHWH , that YHWH  would not deliver him of, to keep him humble.

                                    b.         bad eyes the result of:  Acts 9:1-9

                        2          Important things to know about Paul’s thorn

                                    a.         Nowhere in this is sickness or disease mentioned.

                                                1)        verse 10 -- infirmities:  weaknesses

b.         Nowhere in the Bible is “thorn in the flesh” referring to sickness.

                                                1)        Number 33:54,55 (personalities)

                                                2)        Yechezk’el (Ezekiel) 28:24 (personalities)

                                                3)        “...a messenger of Satan”  (angelos)

                                    c.         It does not say, G-d give it to him.

                                                1)        Mark 4:14

2)        Satan came to steal the revelation knowledge Paul had received.

                                                            a)  verse 7, “...abundance of the revelations”

b)  Think what the effect would be if Satan had stopped Paul.

3)        If YHWH  is going to put sickness on us the more we know, instead of encouraging us to study, then it would discourage us to.

                                                            a)         Colossians 1:9,10 (Amp)

4)        If this is how YHWH  operates, then where was Malki Tzedik Yahusha’s thorn?

                                    d.         What was it that this evil spirit did?

                                                1)        Buffet:  to give blow after blow.

a)                   Rotherham, “...that he might be buffeting me.”

2)        If it was sickness, then it would have to be one sickness after another.

                        e.         YHWH  did not say “No” when he asked for deliverance.

                                                1)        verses 8,9      

2)        GRACE through FAITH is the key to “ALL” salvation (SOZO)

                                                            a)         Ephesians 2:8

3)        Paul was responsible to walk in the revelation knowledge he had.

                                                            a)         verse 9 (Philippians 4:13 -- Amplified)

b)         YHWH  is saying, “Paul, practice what you preach;  you resist him.”

4)        If Paul wanted to be weak just so the power of YHWH  would come on him, when the power comes, strength and healing comes, so Paul would have to get weak again.

                                                            a)         Ephesians 6:10-18

            E.         “My sickness may be to YHWH ’s glory.”

           glory:  1. great honor; fame.  2. anything bringing this.  3. heavenly bliss

1.         This has been one of the greatest hindrances to people receiving their healing.  But a careful study of YHWH s Word reveals what gives YHWH  glory and what does not.

                                    a.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 9:1-8

                                    b.         Mattityahu (Matthew) 15:30,31

                                    c.         Luke 17:11-19

                                    d.         Luke 18:35-43

                                                1)        three points about this man:

a)         It was the blind man’s faith by which Malki Tzedik Yahusha performed His mighty work.

b)         The blind man glorified YHWH  AFTER his healing.

c)         All the people who saw it gave glory to YHWH  AFTER the healing.

                        2.         Scripture that seems to contradict this.

                                    a.         Yochanan (John) 9:1-7

                                            (1) Notice that they did not ask if G-d made him blind.

2)        Malki Tzedik Yahusha is not saying that “he is blind just so I can get to heal him.”

3)        Yochanan (John) 9:1-7 (Lamsa)  “And as He passed by He saw a man who was blind from His mother’s womb.   And His disciples asked Him, saying, Teacher, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?  Malki Tzedik Yahusha  said to them, Neither did he sin nor his parents.   But that the works of YHWH  might be seen in him, I must do the works of Him who sent me, while it is day; the night comes when no man can work.  As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.  When    He said these words, He spat on the ground, and mixed clay with His saliva, and He placed it on the eyes of the blind man.  Then He said to him, Go and wash in the baptismal pool of Siloam.  He went and washed, and he came seeing.”

a)         The work of YHWH  was manifested when healing came, not while he was enduring it.

b)         Notice Malki Tzedik Yahusha’s statement in verse 5.  He was the “light”, revelation of the Father.   (Yochanan (John)  8:28,29 -- Amplified)

4)        Malki Tzedik Yahusha  COULD NOT refuse healing.  For Him to do that, He would have to deny Himself for what and who He was. (Sh’mot (Exodus) 15:26, “...for I am the L-rd that healeth thee.”  YHWH  RAPHA)

                                                            a)         II Timothy 2:13

b)        Messianic Jews (Hebrews) 13:8 -- For Malki Tzedik Yahusha to refuse it today, He would have to do the same thing.

                                                            c)         (F.F. Bosworth - Christ the Healer)

“If it is true, as many are taught, that one can glorify YHWH  more by remaining sick than by being healed, then Malki Tzedik Yahusha  did not hesitate to rob His Father of all the glory He possibly could by healing EVERYONE that appealed to Him for help during His entire earthly ministry.  And His successor, the Holy Spirit, who was sent down to augment what Mashiach had begun to do and to teach, hesitated not to rob YHWH  of all the glory He could by healing everyone in the streets of Jerusalem, and Paul did not hesitate to rob YHWH  of all the glory he could by healing all the other sick on the Island of Melita.”

3.         For YHWH  to require someone to live under sickness, He would have to:

a.         He would have to deny a person’s right to a part of redemption.

                                                1)        Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 53

                                                2)        1 Kefa (I Peter) 2:24

b.         He would have to acknowledge that He is not faithful to His  Word.  D’varim (Deuteronomy) 7:9, “Know therefore that YHWH thy YHWH,  He is YHWH, the faithful YHWH , which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love Him and keep His commandments to a thousand generations.

                                    c.   That no one can totally depend on any part of salvation.

1)        If YHWH can deny one part due to the “sovereignty” of His will, then who is to say that He cannot deny another part.  If it is not YHWH s will to heal everyone, it might not be His will to save everyone.

Sickness is a curse.  It holds people in bondage.  Those who are sick, and those who have to care for them.  It robs you of money, efficiency and keeps you its slave.  YHWH  only gets glory when sickness must bow its knee to the L-rdship of Malki Tzedik Yahusha.