Thank you for stopping by Lord of the Sick – Saviour of the World.
Jesus is the Lord of the Sick, Savior of the World, the only Savior, Redeemer of sins and the Healer of the sick. Jesus Christ redeems believers from all forms of sinful bondage and oppression through his death and resurrection. God’s healing power is available to the believer through the grace of Jesus Christ. A believer accesses the grace of Jesus Christ by faith.
In Sehion retreat centre, Attappady, Kerala, India I found a very good Prayer book for the sick which helped to heal me. I pray this prayer daily before sleep. I suggest that every sick person should download this book and pray daily with strong faith. Remember, miracles will happen only when you pray with good faith. God will not hear a prayer without faith.
In today’s busy world, people have no time for God. Some are addicted to internet sites through which Satan is leading them to sins. God has given new technologies for the benefit of people, but many are misusing it. Positive life tips, Proverbs, Sermons may help to understand about sins and make changes in life. During his earthly ministry, Jesus Christ touched and transformed countless lives. Many Healing Miracles are recorded in the Bible. Jesus still heals people as he did two thousand years ago. It is not easy for some people to believe about healing miracles through prayer. But if they hear testimonies from persons who experienced miracles through prayer, they may believe and that will help them to trust in Jesus.
I have experienced that Jesus Christ can heal the sick, redeem from sins. I have received advice and motivation from retreats that it is the duty of every christian to proclaim the Gospel. I am trying my best to spread the word of God through this site.
My goal is to make this site about a variety of things. I try to publish daily, but sometimes that is not possible. Topics will include all sorts of genres, but mostly World of God and faith. If you’re a WordPress blogger, you can click the Follow button and stay updated. If you’re not a blogger, you can subscribe by email from the Blog page. Feel free to re-blog, post on social media, and share my posts with anyone. I hope what you find here will mean something to you and add value to your life. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to read my ramblings. Feel free to explore the site at your leisure, and I always appreciate any comments. I try to respond to all of them, but sometimes it’s not possible. You can use the form on the Contact page to send me a direct email.
Please pray for me and my family.
May Jesus bless you all.