Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth. (Mark 9:23)
When I was preaching down in Texas in the early 1950s, a woman was brought to my service in a wheelchair. In 1950, the polio vaccine had not been invented yet, so polio was rampant.
Not only did this woman have polio and was paralyzed, her six-year-old daughter also had polio and could not walk. In the meeting, the little girl was healed. She jumped down off her mother’s lap and ran up and down the aisles of the church.
But the mother was still in the wheelchair. However, when I laid hands on her, the mother received the Holy Ghost and spoke with other tongues. I kept saying to her, “You can receive healing just as easily as you received the baptism of the Holy Ghost and spoke in other tongues. You can receive healing just as easily as your daughter did.”
She said, “Brother Hagin, I wish I could believe that.” You see, she was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost, but she just couldn’t believe receiving healing was that easy. So she stayed in her chair.
Confession It is the will of God that I be well. It is the will of God that I walk in good health. God’s will for me is healing and health, both spiritually and physically. I will walk in the will of God, and I expect to walk in health, for that is the will of God for me.
(Taken by permission from RHEMA Bible Church , aka Kenneth Hagin Ministries , Tulsa , OK , USA. www.rhema.org )