God’s Definition Of Sick: Chalah {חָלָ֖ה} In The Hebrew Letters.

Luke 4:40-41
“40 At sunset, the people brought to Jesus all who had various kinds of sickness, and laying his hands on each one, he healed them. 41 Moreover, demons came out of many people, shouting, “You are the Son of God!” But he rebuked them and would not allow them to speak, because they knew he was the Messiah.”


Everywhere He went, Jesus preached the gospel and healed ALL who came to Him for healing.  There is no record that He ever, EVER, made anyone sick to teach them a lesson….NEVER.  His Father–Our Father–has provided us with everything we need for our life in this world, including how to walk in divine health, something that will become increasingly important in these last days.
Discerning The Lord’s Body.
Herein is the greatest secret to that Divine health:  Partaking of Holy Communion daily, as long as we are careful to partake in a worthy manner.  In other words, discern the Lord’s body correctly.  What does that mean?
Jesus’ body was broken so that ours could be whole.  This must be differentiated from His blood, which cleansed us from every sin, past, present, and future, and made us forever right with God.  Take it as if it were your medication.  It is better than the best medicine on the planet, more powerful than any chemotherapy! 
You and I, Church, stand before God completely clean because of the blood.   That is the only way we can receive anything, or more to the point, EVERYTHING from Him!  This fact is also of utmost importance to understand.

Secrets In The Hebrew Language.

Now, it’s one thing to know the definition of a word; but quite another to know God’s thoughts on a particular subject or how He defines it.  There are clues in the Hebrew language itself as to how God views health and sickness in the Hebrew word for “Sick.”  –
The individual letters are very enlightening.  Let’s check them out!
This is the word, “sick,” in Hebrew:
(חלה): Chalah
Hebrew reads from right to left and is a form of picture writing, like Chinese.  The pictures God uses to form words give us a window on His perspective.  These pictures are very consistent.
Sick, “chalah,” is spelled like this:
(ח)  Chet (like a guttural “K”) or het.
(ל)  Lamed
(ה)  Hei

The letter,”Chet (ח),” is a picture of a “Fence.” It can mean someone or something is fenced in or fenced out.
“Lamed (ל)” is a picture of an ox goad. It means “learning.”  The ox goad was used to teach” the ox what to do and where to go.
“Hei (ה)” is a picture of an open window.  God opens the windows of heaven to pour out His grace, therefore “Hei” means “grace.”  It is also the number “5,” which is why we say “5 is the number of grace.”

Hei?  What is Grace” doing mixed up in the word that means “sick?”  The Holy Spirit is drawing pictures for us again!  The word pictures Tell us:
And what, or rather Who, is Grace?  Jesus!
So keep on learning about grace…..JESUS!!  Keep your eyes LASER FOCUSED on Him.  Continually confess God’s word over yourself, your family, your situation.  Be transformed by beholding Jesus, not just spiritually, but physically too. Then the scripture below from the book of Job will become true of you:
Job 5:19
“He shall deliver you in six troubles,
Yes, in seven no evil shall touch you.”
Keep your eyes on Jesus and before you know it, you will transfer from always needing deliverance (Six the number of man) to the state of being where “No evil will touch you:  Seven, the number of completeness and wholeness!” Herein is the perfect place of peace, rest, and wholeness.
(For more on the meanings of numbers in Hebrew, follow the link below:
Keep focusing on and learning about Jesus and you won’t become SICK:  Chalah
Why is the phrase above in BLUE?  You may follow the link below to learn the beautiful meaning of the color of completeness!

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