Would You Like to Get Well?

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There is nothing so wrong with you that He cannot fix it. His death on the cross offers these benefits.

John 5:6 When Jesus saw him and knew how long he had been ill, He asked him, "Would you like to get well?" NLT

What an awesome question! The Lord Jesus has such a way with words! No mincing or dancing around the issue. No, He cuts right to the heart of the matter. Would you like to get well? Would you? That is His question to you today. That is His question to your neighbors and to your friends and family who do not know Him. That is His question to those who ridicule Him in the media and the press. That is His question to those who speak out against Him and even persecute those who believe in Him. That is His question to all of humanity.

He is not just talking about physical wellness here. Jesus is talking about our very soul being cleansed, our guilt being purged and our sins forgiven. He is talking about wellness of the mind, soul and the spirit in addition to wellness of body. There is nothing wrong with you that He cannot fix. His death on the cross offers these benefits. The amazing thing is that no matter what you've done, how you've done it or who you've been... the offer stands as firm today as it stood yesterday and the day before. The question... Would you like to get well?

Life Lesson: There is nothing wrong with us that Jesus cannot fix.

Dear God, 
Thank You for Your love, grace and mercy. Thank You for the forgiveness of my sins, an internal and external cleansing of all my failures and mistakes. How beautiful is this clean... so much more than any I can earn or manufacture. Thank You for Your healing of my life; all of it. I give it to You. Use my life for Your glory. I pray this in Jesus' name, Amen.

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