Believe in God’s Report: When the Medical and the Spiritual Come Together

Larry and I have always been determined to trust God and believe in his promises. We have overcome many challenges in our years together as men and women and as a ministry team. However, I admit, this “C” diagnosis was a whole new level of giant to overcome.

On the day of our visit to the doctor, when we finally had a moment alone, our words of faith plummeted immediately: “Nothing is too difficult for our God!” Yet, inside, I knew that this time was literally life or death. I knew deep down that we needed to grasp a new level of faith.

On the way home from the oncologist, as we discussed everything the doctor had said, realizing he was presented with few options and the diagnosis required immediate action.

Whether you have symptoms of a cold, COVID, or cancer, the name of Jesus Christ the Lord is higher, superior, and more authoritative than any other name. The Lord is our shepherd and chief physician. His analysis and His Word prevail over any medical report. We knew it.

“He definitely won’t let us down now,” Larry said.

“He didn’t take us that far to leave us,” I said, nodding.

For years we have prayed for the sick and seen God heal them, either instantly or through a process. In my heart, I could hear each of us declaring from the rostrum, “Which report are we going to believe? We will believe the Lord’s report! Still!

No, there is no conflict between the medical and spiritual fields

We do not believe that there should be a conflict between the medical field and the spiritual field. We have believed and prayed for thousands of people over the years, including ourselves and our own family. Sometimes we see instant miraculous results. We love it! Sometimes we don’t see those results right away. The Bible says Jesus did so many great miracles that they couldn’t even put it all in one book. Many were instant and colossal miracles. When we read the gospels, we see many accounts of people being raised from the dead, with blind eyes opened, bonds broken, and demon-possessed people set free. Without a doubt, Jesus performed supernatural and genuine miracles!

The gospels also report that at other times the disease was arrested and the healing process began. A blind man is brought to Jesus. Jesus spit in his eyes! Then he laid his hands on the blind man and asked him, “Do you see anything?” Let’s look at the response of the blind man in this story:

“And he looked up and said, ‘I see men like trees, walking.’ Then He again laid His hands over his eyes and made him look up, and he was restored and saw everyone clearly” (Mark 8:24-25).

You can live by faith in the natural realm

As long as we have faith in the supernatural, we do not live in denial of what is happening in the natural realm. It is unwise to bury your head in the sand and deny the realities of the natural realm.

When the oncologist came in with my test results in her hands and said, ‘Your CT scan and ultrasound show you have stage three aggressive ovarian cancer’, we didn’t jump and deny the results. of the test. However, we are definitely denying Cancer’s right to rule and rule in my body or in the body of Leo!

Walking in faith does not mean that we completely ignore natural circumstances. Every Christian has to deal with the “realities” we face, whether in our health, family, finances, relationships, or work. We see these realities, but we deny their right to rule and reign over our lives. We live in a real world with real circumstances.

I hope this insight into our natural realities brings you comfort. Faith does not mean that we ignore problems or turn a blind eye to them. Faith certainly does not mean that we do not tell our Christian family to pray for us!

Faith means that when we are faced with challenges or problems, we face them head-on and rise above them in any way possible and necessary. {eoa}

The above is taken from Chapter 3 of Larry and Tiz Huch’s book, “Miracles by the Moment” (October 2022). For more information or to order the book, please visit MyCharismaShop.com.

Larry and Tiz Huch are the pastors of New Beginnings in Bedford, Texas, and the hosts of the weekly television show New Beginnings With Larry & Tiz Huch. The show is changing lives around the world. During more than 45 years of ministry, the Huchs planted seven churches in the United States and Australia, and wrote several books individually and together, including 10 curses that block the blessing; Release family blessing; No limits, no borders; Free at Last: Breaking Generational Curses; and The 7 places where Jesus shed his blood. The Huchs are dedicated to building bridges of peace, friendship and unity between Christians and Jews. To that end, Larry Huch sits on the board of the Allies of Israel Foundation and has received awards from the Knesset’s Welfare Lobby for his generosity in helping meet the needs of the Jewish people in Israel. The Huches have three adult children, a daughter-in-law and son-in-law, and four grandchildren.

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