HEAL the sick, cast out evil, raise the dead
What’s the most important characteristic of a healer? Selfless courage. One of the most impressive things about Jesus’ healings is how unafraid he was.
No matter what the scene — angry group of religious extremists, packed temple of wealthy elites, demon-possessed horror film — Jesus always kept calm and focused. Nothing could deter him. It was almost as if he was completely unconscious of himself. Just a vehicle for his Father’s instructions. Completely selfless.
We all inherently know how to heal. But the question is: Are we willing to do it? Are we willing to completely remove ourselves, our personal relationships, fears, and histories, in order to accomplish the will of Life, Truth, and Love?
Join me in fearlessly experimenting with what Mary Baker Eddy, a phenomenal Christian healer, says will heal the sick and reform the sinner: “unselfed love.” It won’t be easy. Jesus never said it would be. But he did say it would be possible.
So let Spirit move, make decisions based on your highest understanding of God and man, and don’t be afraid to act on the Truth found in the Scriptures. This is the only way to immortality, the straight and narrow way. We can do this together.
Michael Morgan, June 2012
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