“As he went along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the works of God might be displayed in him.”
-The disciples question posed to Jesus reveal to us that there are calamities, deformities or diseases that are caused by personal sins, sins of the parents or occur naturally according to Gods will. King David also notes in Psalm 38:3, that there was no health in his bones because of sin. It is key therefore to refrain from discriminating those who have been afflicted in the societies we live in; but show mercy & support them. Further, those faced by such calamities should submit to God our Healer; Who delivers us from all challenges. Jesus tells us that the merciful will obtain mercy & calls us to forgive & we will be forgiven. It is therefore necessary to forgive those who offend us & constantly ask for Gods’ mercy so that we may live in peace, good health & divine providence for our own sake & for the sake of our families.
In gladness we proclaim Your mighty name O Lord Most High & rejoice for Your loving kindness. Look with pity upon all those who are faced by disability & disease Father, that You may heal them for the glory of a Your name. Preserve & protect us; & our descendants Father from any imminent calamities that may come to affect us. Deliver us from unforgiveness Jesus; that we may have mercy on all those who offend us just like You have always granted us. Bless us Oh Lord & direct us in all things for Your love for us endures forever. Now may the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ & the love of God, & the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with us now & forever more. Amen
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