Luke 14:3 “And Jesus answering spake unto the lawyers and Pharisees, saying Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath day?”
Luke 14:4 “And they held their peace And he took him, and healed him, and let him go”
In our focal scripture, Jesus threw a question to the lawyers and Pharisees which none of them could answer. These folks believed that miracles like this should not be performed on the Sabbath day.
They believe it is work and the Sabbath should be a day of rest. Put differently, they believe certain protocols must be followed before you are entitled to certain things. They believe a particular set of rules must be followed before you can be blessed.
They have become so accustomed to a particular way of life that they believe every other way is wrong. They have closed their minds to other routes and possibilities. They have unconsciously limited God to their own way of thinking and protocol.
I have met tongue talking Holy Ghost filled believers who believe the only way God can bless them is through salary or monthly wages. They seem lost when people give them gifts. They believe it’s either salary or nothing. The month government didn’t pay on-time it will be as if all hell has been let lose against them.
I have equally met people who believe that until after certain number of years they cannot be promoted at their place of work because that is the laid down rule.
In the same vein I have seen people who believe that the only way they can be healed is by using drugs or taking injections. Even if you pray for them, it is not complete until they take drugs.
Are these believes correct? Yes they are! But, the issue is this, if that is the only thing you believe in and you always stick to your guns each time someone offers supernatural/divine options, then, you’re probably a Pharisee!
I am not disproving your belief neither am I saying you should use demonic methods, all I am saying is this; there is a supernatural side to your life, which you’re yet to explore!
To be continued…
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