What Would You Do If You Had One Week to Live? Part Two:
So, for this week, we will focus on the second question for question three of the journal. I would like to discuss the first area of my life that I am working on. What areas of your life would you make changes too? For myself, I have been focusing a lot on my health and speaking life over myself. I know I have been given physical diagnosis from my doctors. Some things need to be dealt with and taken seriously. However, I reached the point with the medical tyranny and bullying that is going on in the world with the jab, that something in my spirit shifted that I no longer wanted to really be part of the medical world. I realized that illness does not come from God and that Jesus and God want us well. Sure, I may have been born with a genetic heart defect, but that doesn’t mean I cannot walk in health and healing through Jesus.
When symptoms come at me, I begin the process on taking every thought captive. I have become aware of when the spirit of fear comes against me that I will die or that nothing will ever improve. That isn’t Jesus and that isn’t the Heavenly Father. I start to use my authority in Jesus name and command the infirmity to leave. It’s a process. Sometimes I am successful, other times I am not.
Jesus was very specific about this in Mark 11:23. “For assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, ‘Be removed and be cast into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says.” Profound and something I have started to immerse myself in.
I think a big battle that we face is the enemy planting thoughts in our minds that health healing is not possible. These emotions can keep us locked into our soul wounds and this is exactly where Satan lays the trap for us, instead of getting God’s perspective and living from the Spirit. To me, this is a huge lie. Jesus did nothing in the New Testament but heal and restore people to His Father’s love. Jesus said, I do what my Father will’s me to do. I know for myself, that believing has been hard for me at times. But if we go back and look at the last lines of the verse, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says.
So, it is a matter of our belief systems that need to change. Whatever evil and traumas we have suffered through in life, we have to work with the Holy Spirit to change our thoughts and belief systems. We have to learn to speak life over ourselves and others, vs. fear and death.
For my health right now, I have focused on getting back to exercise each day. I keep telling myself I will race again. That Jesus is in charge of my health. I eat as much plant based as I can and clean food. I spend time focusing on natural medicine and herbal remedies to help myself to heal. I exercise. I focus on my life purposes. Most important, I feed the Word of God and declare God’s promises for my life over me. To me, that has made the biggest difference.