But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible (Matthew 19:26).
The story is told in Mark 5:25-34 of a woman who suffered hemorrhage for twelve years, until nobody could take care of her anymore. She had been a wealthy woman, until she got sick. All her efforts to seek medical help proved abortive. She had spent all her living on doctors and instead of getting better, her condition worsened. In her desperate search for a solution, after no one could help her, she heard about Jesus. And as characteristic of the ministry of the Master, her dilemma ended when she met Him. It doesn’t matter what you might be going through in your life; it’s not about the trouble that comes to you; it’s what you do when trouble comes, that matters.
Never think that the problem you’re facing is too big or insurmountable; don’t accept that your condition is incurable. Nothing is impossible with God. Also, and very significantly, the Word says all things are possible to him that believes (Mark 9:23). The life of the Christian is one of limitless possibilities and endless victories. When the world says, “This or that is impossible, or such-and-such ailment is incurable,” that’s the limit of their understanding. Your life shouldn’t be dependent on the limitation of someone else’s thinking.
There’s no sickness that’s incurable. It’s only incurable until someone discovers or creates the cure. Besides, we, the believing ones, have been given the ability and authority in Christ to heal all manner of sickness and disease (Mark 16:18). Maybe you’re in a predicament right now, or suffering from a health condition which Medicine has labelled incurable; don’t despair! Perhaps you were told you’d never walk again; don’t give up or become despondent! Christ in you is your hope of deliverance, healing, health, and preservation. Even now, proclaim that every fibre of your being is subject to the impact and influence of the life of Christ in you! Blessed be God!
2 Corinthians 4:17;