It’s frustrating to preach salvation, yet no one gets saved. It’s frustrating to preach healing, yet no one gets healed.
It’s good for the 5 percent healed but horrible for the 95 percent not healed. This is a 95% failure rate and 5% success rate. That’s not in the Bible.
It’s not theology that brings healing; it’s a pragmatic application of truth.
Much theology, should take “theo” (meaning God) out because it’s “humanology”. Much of the time theology is man’s opinion as to what God said and what God thinks. We are constantly changing and re-writing the Word of God, re-fining it usually to excuse ourselves in a practical application of God’s Word. This is the bottom line.
The next question, as a minister, we should ask is: except for a few exceptions, is the devil sending people to me? Imagine… the devil sending people to me for prayer?
Some are Christians. They go to church. They pay their tithe. They carry a Bible. They talk to God in prayer. What do You mean, the devil sent Christians to me to receive prayer for healing and God didn’t heal them?
God’s response to this question is… They may be believers, they carry a Bible and they may go to church, but I’m not their Lord. In that area of their life, when you minister in my name, and I don’t heal them, that’s an area where I’m not Lord. Except for that five percent (who were healed), I haven’t sent anyone to you.
This leads us to the conclusion there are spiritual roots of disease, and that these roots (areas of their life where Jesus is not Lord) need to be addressed to bring freedom and allow healing to flow.
Original Source: Be In Health Global, Henry W. Wright, Donna Wright. It’s a New Day Interview with Henry W. Wright and Donna Wright: 2004.
DVD Course Material. Pleasant Valley Church, GA, 2006. Print.