Tuesday, 19 February 2013

The Number 13 Healing:The lame man healed at the temple gate.

Lame Beggar Healed by the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth
Acts 3:1-11
Note here:
1. He was a well known lame man who begged at the gate Beautiful of the temple.v.2
2. Expecting Money he received more than he ever thought he would.v.6
3. They gave him healing in the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth..v6. There is healing in the name of Jesus Christ now.
4. Immediately his feet and ankles became strong.v.7
5. The people recognised the lame beggar  and were filled with wonder and amazement
6. Immediately, Peter turns their attention away from the two disciples, Peter and John, to Jesus.
Act 3:12  Peter, seeing this, spoke to the people. "Israelites," he said, "why do you wonder at this man? Or why gaze at us, as though by any power or piety of our own we had enabled him to walk?
Act 3:13  The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of our forefathers, has conferred this honour on His Servant Jesus, whom you delivered up and disowned in the presence of Pilate, when he had decided to let Him go.
Act 3:14  Yes, you disowned the holy and righteous One, and asked as a favour the release of a murderer.
Act 3:15  The Prince of Life you put to death; but God has raised Him from the dead, and we are witnesses as to that.
Act 3:16  It is His name-- faith in that name being the condition--which has strengthened this man whom you behold and know; and the faith which He has given has made this man sound and strong again, as you can all see.

Notes: :They preserved a murderer, a destroyer of life, and thought to destroy the Saviour, the author of life. But God raised Him from the dead, proving that in fighting against Jesus, they were fighting against God. The doctrine of Jesus Christ was thereby confirmed, and the reproach of His sufferings was rolled away.

Other cases of healing in Acts
Act 5:12  Many signs and marvels continued to be done among the people by the Apostles; and by common consent they all met in Solomon's Portico.
Act 5:13  But none of the others dared to attach themselves to them. Yet the people held them in high honour--
Act 5:14  and more and more believers in the Lord joined them, including great numbers both of men and women--
Act 5:15  so that they would even bring out their sick friends into the streets and lay them on light couches or mats, in order that when Peter came by, at least his shadow might fall on one or other of them.
Act 5:16  The inhabitants, too, of the towns in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem came in crowds, bringing sick persons and some who were harassed by foul spirits, and they were cured, one and all.

Also Philip in Samaria Act 8:5  while Philip went down to the city of Samaria and proclaimed Christ there.
Act 8:6  Crowds of people, with one accord, gave attention to what they heard from him, listening, and witnessing the signs which he did.
Act 8:7  For, with a loud cry, foul spirits came out of many possessed by them, and many paralytics and lame persons were restored to health.

Aeneas and Dorcus raised up  Acts  9;32-43

The Cripple at Lystra jumped up on his feet and began to walk. he was lame from birth. Acts 14:8

1.  The Gift of healing is still operative today.
2. Seek for faith to be healed as the cripple in Lystra. Acts 14:9
3. Jesus is glorified no man in the healing of cripples and  the demon possessed delivered.

Daniel Kolenda and the woman healed

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