I had probably spent an hour or two in that exercise when in my spirit, I heard "How was Hezekiah healed?"
I shook it off, but it came again
""How was Hezekiah healed?
How was Hezekiah healed
How was Hezekiah healed"
And instantly it dawned on me that I have never studied to find out how Hezekiah got healed.
So I knew God was trying to teach me something.
I got up from my knees,opened the Bible and discovered what I want to share today.
Hezekiah turned his face to the wall and prayed.
God heard his prayer ,forgave him of his sins, and retracted the judgement.
He was given 15 more years to live.
But on that day, the Lord showed (and taught) me something I had paid zero attention to, even though I had read and preached on that chapter of the Bible multiple times.
Because if God had not proclaimed life, he would have died regardless.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with it!
I'm sure you are getting the point.
You can use drugs,but don't put your trust on them.
It doesn't always work like that.
But it won't happen to everyone and it sure won't happen at the same time.
Growth is personal, and it is definitely not instant.
Doesn't make sense
Is cesarean section a sin? What does the Bible have to say about it?
There Bible doesn't have anything to say about it because the technology wasn't (obviously) existing then.
Infact there are prayers made that goes like this:
" You will give birth like an Hebrew Woman"
My job is to Echo what the Bible says or doesn't say!.
So what does it say about "giving birth like an Hebrew woman?"
Let's find out.
The Hebrew midwives feared God, but they were also sacred of Pharaoh, so they fabricated an excuse.
That was the excuse,it was a lie.
It never happened.
If it did,why did they have midwives in the first place.
The Hebrew women didn't have their babies before the midwives came, that was something the midwives made up to avoid Pharaoh's wrath.