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When The Healer Comes

Rev 3 20 door knocking

 

In the trials of this life we need Christ the healer

When the road is rough

When we don’t know the way to go

How often do we do things in our own strength?

Failing to ask help from Christ the healer

 

God knows you like no other

You can come to Him whenever you need Him

You can ask His Son for help in the tough times

When the way to you is unclear

Thank you, Father, for Christ our healer

 

Jesus said in this life you’ll have much to overcome

There will be many times the Enemy attacks you

Darkness will try to make you believe lies

In those times believe the truth of who you are

You are fearfully and wonderfully made

You are the apple of God’s affection

You are loved with an everlasting love

 

Christ would have died for you if you were

the only person on this earth

Though there are times you feel He has abandoned you

He has never left you

He is there in every tear you cry

Every wrong thing you’ve done

Every hurt you feel

Every question you ask

Every doubt you have

 

Today and every day you can call upon Christ your healer

When you seek Him the door of hope will be opened unto you

Darkness can never win in the presence of God’s love

He loves you so much that, out of the substance of Himself,

He made Christ your healer

 

The choice lies with you the way you will go

You can follow the ways of this world

The temptations of the flesh

You can compromise your faith

You can gain the world and lose your soul

By choosing to deny Christ your healer

 

When Christ the healer comes don’t turn Him away

Open your wounded heart

All your pain

All of your anger to Him

He stands at the door and knocks

Will you let Him in?

Oh, how I pray you’ll welcome Christ your healer

Let the sunshine of His love live inside of you

Open your soul to Christ your healer

Sing for joy to Christ your healer

Spread the message all can know Christ their healer

Kevin Osborne is training to become a minister, psychotherapist and chaplain. He and his wife, Karen, plan to open a counselling practice. Karen enjoys doing cross-stitch. She makes me laugh when she sings the kitty bed-time song saying, “It’s that time. It’s the bestest kitty time of the day!” Karen is taking graduate divinity studies at Trinity College in the University of Toronto.  Kevin is planning on taking graduate studies there. Karen is also planning on entering an M.A.-Ph.D. program through St. James the Elder Seminary majoring in Christian Psychology. 

Our greatest calling is to be servants of our Lord wherever He calls us to go.

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