Dreams and visions lead us down the path to getting our wounds healed. Sin makes the wound on the soul. So, as we position ourselves to begin soaking our soul in the glory light of Jesus to get the healing, we must first deal with the sin that made the wound. Our first step is to apply the blood of Jesus Christ. Jesus died on the cross for our sins and as we soak, by faith we begin to apply His blood to the sin or trauma that created the wound.
When we first begin soaking, we do not have to know the exact sin or trauma to cover. We want to let go of our own reasoning and not assume that we know which wounds God is going to deal with first. We may think He is dealing with a certain besetting sin, but He wants to deal with the root that may have happened a very long time ago that we don’t know anything about. “Lean on, trust and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways (including getting your soul healed) recognize, acknowledge Him and He will make your ways straight and plain your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6 (AMPC). Begin repenting by letting the Lord pop a memory or thought into your mind. Don’t worry if that does not happen. Just put your faith on the fact that God is working. God may reveal to us at a later time what was healed, or we may know because we feel differently.
Once the sin that created the wound is dealt with, we can then begin applying the glory light of Jesus (dunamis) to our soul. So, our second step is to apply the glory light to our wounds to get them healed. “And there was a woman who had a flow of blood for twelve years, and who had endured much suffering under the hands of many physicians and had spent all that she had, and was no better but instead grew worse. She had heard the reports concerning Jesus, and she came up behind Him in the throng because He was being surrounded by a crowd of people, and touched His garment. For she kept saying, ‘If only I touch His garments, I shall be restored to health.’ And immediately her flow of blood was dried up at the source and suddenly she felt in her body that she was healed of her distressing ailment.” And Jesus recognized that power had gone out from Himself. Mark 5:25-30 (AMPC)
Mark 5:30-34 shows that Jesus, recognizing that power had left Him and that somebody had been healed, looked to see who it was. The woman confessed and apologized (because she was unclean). Jesus told her that her faith had made her well. We see two things going on here; this woman used her faith and her focus. She just kept saying, “If I just touch the hem of His garment, I will be healed!” She was focused and driven! She was persistent. She did not let herself get distracted. She kept her mind like an arrow going straight towards the target. “I’ve got a goal. I’m keeping my mind focused on it. I don’t care how many people are in my way!” That’s how we do it! We believe the glory light of Jesus heals our soul!
When we get distracted, we bring our mind back to focusing and applying the glory and the light to our soul. The woman was healed because she touched the hem or the ‘wings’ of Jesus’ prayer shawl. The prayer shawl represents the glory. Malachi 4:2 literally came to pass in her life: the Son of Righteousness, Jesus Christ, arose on her with His wings – His glory – and His beams of light. Jesus used this tool to heal that woman.
That ‘virtue’ that left Christ’s body healed her soul as well as her body. The word ‘virtue’ in the Greek means “the power for performing miracles, but it also means moral power and excellence of soul!” He released virtue – to cause her physical body to be healed and to cause her to have excellence of soul. She had been sick for twelve years and Mark 5:26 (AMPC) says she “…had endured much suffering under the hands of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was no better but instead grew, worse.” All that suffering put wounds on her soul. I believe that her disease was caused by a soul wound because the scripture says that when she was healed the “flow of blood dried up at the source.” Source means origin – ‘the point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived.’ Soul wounds happen to us back in time; a sin or trauma creates a wound and ugliness (suffering, bitterness, sickness, etc…) arises out of that wound.
I will be sharing a miracle that I received that was directly related to a dream God gave me in Seattle, so be sure to stay tuned! Big Love, Katie
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