What did Jesus say to the leper that he cleansed?
“Be clean!” Immediately he was cured of his leprosy. Then Jesus said to him, “See that you don’t tell anyone. … Jesus said to him, “I will go and heal him.”
What instruction did Jesus give to the leper after he healed him?
The leper showed great faith in Jesus’ ability to heal him. He said, “Sir, if you want to you can make me clean.” After Jesus healed the leper, he gave him strict instructions to show himself to the priest to be examined and declared clean again, and not to tell anyone about the miracle.
Why did Jesus heal the leper?
Because Jesus blessed the leper and used the words ‘be clean’ he was not only talking about his physical body he was also healing the leper to be clean spiritually in Gods eyes. This displays the character of Jesus Christ and how he can not only make us clean physically but spiritually clean too.
What does leprosy symbolize in the Bible?
“Leprosy” in the Bible
Thus in some people’s mind, there is a strong link between modern leprosy, the ritual uncleanness described in the bible as leprosy, and the idea of a curse from God. This link has been reinforced by modern portrayals of leprosy in bible times, such as the film Ben Hur.
When did Jesus heal the lepers?
Jesus touched the leper and said, “Be thou clean” (Mark 1:41). As soon as Jesus had spoken, the man was healed. We can follow in Jesus’s footsteps by being kind and loving to others who are sick or sad. The New Testament has four special books called the Gospels, which were written by some of Jesus’s disciples.
What is the most powerful healing prayer?
Heavenly Father, I thank you for loving me. I thank you for sending your Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, to the world to save and to set me free. I trust in your power and grace that sustain and restore me.
Where in the Bible does it say God will heal you?
We are confident that healing is for everyone as Exodus 15:26 tells us that God is ‘the Lord who heals us’. Isaiah 53:4-5, Matthew 8:17 and 1 Peter 2:24 tell us that Jesus, on the Cross, bore our sicknesses and carried our pains, in order to remove them from us and ‘by His stripes we have been healed’.