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2024 01 03

Good morning.

When we look around us we do not need an overactive imagination to see that we live in a broken world. Roads, traffic signs, gardens buildings as well as people's lives need fixing.

The good news: it is not up to us to fix everything. While there are things we can fix, so much of it is better left to God, Jehovah Rapha (Rophe) – the God who heals. “Heal” is how the Hebrew word “rapha” is usually translated in Scripture, but the heart of the meaning of the word is “to mend, repair, or restore something to its normal or useful state”.

 God is our healer, both physically and spiritually. He provides the remedy for mankind’s brokenness through His son, Jesus Christ. The Gospel brings the physical, moral, and spiritual remedy for all people.

While we salute and thank the frontline medical workers, let us never forget "Jehovah-rophe" we read of in Exodus 15:26.

Enjoy your day.


Mike and Daphne

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