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In this lesson we will discover the great truths of the power of the Cross. Jesus Christ died for us on the Cross as our sin-substitute and bore the penalty for our transgressions. Through His vicarious death we are freed from our sins.

For He made Him who knew no sin to b sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him. (2 Corinthians 5:21)

We will also discover that it was not only our sins that He took away, but also our sicknesses. He was tied to the whipping post, and there took upon Himself thirty-nine lashes, or stripes, with the cruel “cat-o-nine” tails, a leather whip with bits of bone, metal, and glass attached to the leather. It was through these stripes that full provision was made for our healing. Therefore, Jesus was not only our sin-substitute but also our sickness-substitute. He was not only tied to the whipping post, but gave Himself to be tied because He desired to see us healed.

I gave My back to those who struck Me, and My cheeks to those who plucked out the beard; I did not hide My face from shame and spitting. (Isaiah 50:6)

His back was ploughed like a field. He endured this agonizing torture so that we could be healed. He did all this for us, so that we could be delivered from our sins and from our sicknesses.

The ploughers ploughed on my back; they made their furrows long. (Psalm 129:3)

Medical Science Is Not Enough

Medical science is doing its best to alleviate the sufferings of humanity, but in spite of tremendous breakthroughs, sickness and disease still claim the lives of thousands every day. Those who are called by the name of the Lord seem to be as sick as the world. I have noticed that when I do healing and miracle services, up to 90% of those attending the meeting will respond to the altar ministry and come forward to receive the touch of God with hope and faith of being made whole.

Apparently, most believers were walking in health 2,000 years ago, because the question posed at that time was, “Is anyone among you sick?” (James 5:14) Those few who might have been sick knew that there was a place of healing. Today, the question would almost have to be, “Is anyone among you in health?” Most are sick in one way or another, yet it would seem that the walls of doubt and unbelief have been so firmly established that only a few are breaking through to the place of healing. Most remain sick.

When Jesus Christ came to reveal the heart and will of the Father, He came in Word and power.

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