#38: Is God’s Healing a Miracle or a Process?

June 5, 2021

Do you think God’s healing is a function of miracle or process?

Which one do you think it is? As I’ve discussed the topic with loads of people over the years, I’ve found that many believe it’s either one or the other. And what’s even more interesting is that they mainly think one of these options is “more Christian” than the other. Can you guess which one it is?

But what if I told you that the healing God brings is both miraculous and a process? That, in fact, you cannot have true – in this world – healing with only miracle or just process. Would you believe me if I told you that healing will always be a function of both miracle and process? Well that, my friend, is Biblical truth!

That’s what we’re discussing on this week’s episode of the Positioned to Prosper podcast. If you’re ready to lean into what God’s healing really looks like on a real life, and how to step into it fully so you can experience it for yourself and bring it to others, come join me for this chat. Grab your journal and a pen, and . . . Let’s Go!

What you will learn in this episode:

  • The Biblical basis for why God’s healing is a function of both miracle and process;
  • How God’s healing is experienced as a miracle (with Biblical examples);
  • How God’s healing is experienced through process (with Biblical examples);
  • And how we can apply what we’ve learned about God’s healing to our own lives.

Scripture References mentioned in this episode:

A Man With a Withered Hand —
Matthew 12:10-13

Naaman Healed of Leprosy —
2 Kings 5:1-14

The Law is a Tutor Until Faith in Christ Comes —
Galatians 3:23-27

Psalm 27:13-14 —
I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living! Wait for the Lord; be strong, and let your heart take courage; wait for the Lord!

Links to Resources Mentioned in This Episode

If you’d like to continue with me as we explore The Truth About Health and Healing with our church community, REVIVE Church of Tampa, join The ROCC and dig in with us with intention. We stream live on Fridays at 7pm and Sundays at 10am and 11am, all times Eastern.

Erica co-leads a local church alongside her husband, Doug, in Tampa, Florida called REVIVE Church of Tampa. You can visit the church’s website for more information about who we are, what we believe and how we show up as the Church in the heart of West Tampa and beyond.

REVIVE Church of Tampa

REVIVE Church of Tampa streams services live on Friday nights at 7pm ET and Sunday mornings at 11am ET. You can find those livestreams on our church Facebook page:

Live Services – Fridays at 7pm ET and Sundays at 11am ET

If you’re interested in joining the online campus of REVIVE Church of Tampa, you are welcome to join our community group on Facebook where we offer weekly discussion around the Friday and Sunday messages as well as discipleship Zoom groups and the opportunity to host others in your home as you stream services. You can find us here:

The ROCC: REVIVE Online Campus Community

About this podcast:

Positioned to Prosper is a weekly podcast that covers the ins and outs of what it means to live a lifestyle of breakthrough and victory in your relationships, health, finances and beyond. Your host, Erica Pyle, is no stranger to jumping without the proverbial parachute while maintaining a firm grip on godly wisdom. A self-described slayer of pragmatism and a “walk by faith” kind of girl, Erica is an unabashed believer in the power of God to radically transform lives. Front-footed in faith as she offers straight-up truth, strategies, and wisdom for living victoriously, and equipped with her love for the word of God, her certification as a holistic health coach, and years of experience in personal finance and taxation, Erica is ready to help you get positioned to prosper.

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