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Wish, Dream and Wonderful Miracle
Matthew 9:20 ~ 9:22


As we live our lives, we face various sufferings. When this happens, we should not give up by being discouraged and falling in despair. We must go to the Lord with faith by having dreams and hopes that we will solve problems. The Bible shows a story of a woman who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years met Jesus. The woman touched Jesus' clothes by having a dream that she will be healed and received healing immediately. If we go to Jesus by having dreams and hopes, we will experience amazing miracles.

1. Suffering that comes closer one day
1) Because of a disease that came one day, the woman was suffering for twelve years.
2) The Bible says, "Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life." Diseases and health began from a battlefield called a heart. (Prov. 4:23)

2. The woman who are at the door of death
1) The woman who was suffering from a disease for a long time was about to give up hope. (1 Peter 5:8)
2) The devil bothers and oppresses people through diseases and various problems. If we suffer from diseases for a long time, our hearts get sick and we get to give up dreams and hopes. (John 10:10)

3. She touched the edge of his cloak
1) One day, someone came to the woman and told her about Jesus' rumor. At that moment, her heart which was pitch black was filled with the sun of bright hopes like afternoon. (Mark 6:56)
2) The woman had a dream that she will receive healing by meeting Jesus. Then, faith came into her heart where she will be healed if she just touch Jesus' cloak. (Rom. 10:17)

4. Breath entered them
1) Dry bones came to life and formed a vast army when God's breath entered them. (Ezek. 37:9~10)
2) Even today, God breathes breath to those who live with dry spirits.

5. The cross, the source of life
1) Energy of life flows from the cross of Calvary of Jesus Christ. (Prov. 17:22)
2) Depending on our words of mouths, we can live a life filled with vitality or a life like dry bones. We must look to the cross and speak of words of faith. (Ps. 103:3~5)

The woman who had been subject to bleeding for a long time believed that if she just touch Jesus' cloak energy of life will overflow and she will be healed. Hopes and dreams that she can meet Jesus and faith like a mustard seed had changed the destiny of the woman who was on the brink of death and made her to move toward the path of life.

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  • The Work of God and Three Hundred Warriors of Gideon(2017-05-07)  
  • Come to Me, All You Who Are Weary and Burdened(2017-04-30)  
  • Has Jesus Really Been Risen?(2017-04-16)  
  • A Woman Who Had Been Subject to Bleeding for Twelve Years(2017-04-09)  
  • Works without Love(2017-04-02)  
  • Consolation and Hope(2017-03-27)  
  • Your Old Man Will Dream Dreams(2017-03-19)  
  • ABCD of My Faith(2017-03-05)  
  • The Echo(2017-02-26)  
  • A Life Seemed like Grasshoppers(2017-02-19)  
  • For the Word of God Is Alive(2017-02-12)  
  • The Matter of Reaping What One Sows(2017-02-06)  
  • Prayer Answered by God(2017-01-29)  

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