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When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven you.” Mark 2:5

The Lord is perfect in His deeds and seeks for worshipers who will worship Him in spirit and in truth (John 4:23). The verb to see implies that it is searching. Now, those who search without seeing do not know if they have found what they wanted. God saw Abraham’s faith and faithfulness when he listened to Him, leaving his land for the unknown (Genesis 12:1).

The same confidence in the Most High can be seen in Isaac. He dug the water wells in the land of the Philistines and did not fight when they took those places from him,  he simply dug elsewhere. The heir to the promise knew he had the anointing, and with it he could dig again and be successful. Faith gives us this differential: it reveals to us where it is what we need.

The Omnipotent found in David a man after His heart, because he believed in such an impressive way. Jesse’s son believed that he would succeed in any battle if God was with him.  One day, when he had just been crowned king over all Israel, the Philistines got together to attack him. He soon decided to face them and prayed to God. He did not cry out before getting ready, he had no fear (2 Samuel 5:17-19).

At one point, Hezekiah was not prepared as he ought to have been. So he went through a tribulation in his health and called Isaiah to intercede for him. The prophet told him, “Thus says the Lord: ‘Set your house in order, for you shall die, and not live.” (2 Kings 20:1). However, the king pleaded for that decision to be changed and then, he was healed.

The daughter of a Canaanite woman, whose name was not revealed, was in a miserable condition, possessed by a demon (Matthew 15:22-28). This mother, knowing Jesus’ reputation, ignored the prejudice for being a foreigner and sought Him, so that her daughter could be delivered. At first she received no attention, but she continued to cry out to Him for her girl. This mother’s faith grew to such an extent that it made her give a wise answer to Christ. Therefore, He cast out the demon from the girl.

Zacchaeus was hated by the Jews because he worked for the Roman Empire as a tax collector (Luke 19: 1-10). From what he confessed, he charged more than owed from people in order to keep a part of what was collected. When he heard that Jesus would go through Jericho, he was filled with hope, because he wanted to see Him. The Master saw him at the fig tree and offered to spend the night at his house. That publican confessed his errors and told what he would do next. Thus, salvation reached him!

A woman suffered from hemorrhage for 12 years (Mark 5:24-34). Upon hearing about the Savior, she felt that she would be healed if she only touched the hem of His garments. She touched it and was delivered of that disease. The paralytic had his sins forgiven, the reason of his evil was plucked out, but the Jews laughed at that; however, it was true: he was healed (Luke 5:18-26)!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Father! Because we are influenced by the things of the world, we suffer a lot. For the natural man, it´s important is to dress, rejoice and possess goods. Mercy Lord!

We come to You in misery, because we are deceived by the world and the devil. However, we know a little about Your Word, Your faithfulness and the promises You have made to us. Help us to change so that we can serve You.

You look for worshipers and faith in people, but you only find pain, sins and mistakes. We need Your love, goodness and grace! You made us in Your image and likeness, but look at what we have become. Mercy!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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