New Testament Examples That Prove Healing is
in the Abrahamic Covenant and that Gentile
Christians are Included in it Now.
Luke 13:16, Jesus healed a woman who had a
bowed over back. She had been in this
condition for eighteen years. He said her
problem was a demon, a spirit of infirmity.
word infirmity translates a Greek word that
combines two Greek words, the Greek negative
plus the Greek word for strength. The
combination word, infirmity, then literally
means the absence of strength or no strength.
In other words, this demon had the ability to
sap the strength from a person. In this
womanís case, he sapped the strength from
her back so that she could not lift up
herself. Then, Jesus said that this demon came
from Satan because he was the one who had her
bound all this time.
affliction isnít what grabs us in this
passage. It isnít her healing that grabs us
in this passage. It is the reason Jesus gave
concerning why He healed her. That reason is
the fact that she is a member of The Abrahamic
Seed Group. Look closely at some things from
this startling Scripture.
at the word translated ought in verse 16.
Ought translates the impersonal Greek verb DEI
which means, "Given the circumstances
surrounding a case, that which follows is a
logical necessity." The force of this
will become apparent to you in just a moment
as we look at the circumstances that surround
the case of this woman. What are these
circumstances were twofold. First, she was
Abrahamís seed. She was in that special,
historical group known as The Abrahamic Seed
Group. So What? This is paramount because we
can prove to any open minded intelligent
person that healing, prosperity and family
well-being, in addition to salvation, is
guaranteed to every member of The Abrahamic
Seed Group by the Abrahamic covenant. (See
this authorís book, What
Are Abrahamís Blessings Anyway?)
no member of this group should have the devil,
demons or sickness dominating their lives for
eighteen minutes, let alone eighteen years.
Yet, second, this is what her circumstances
were. She was dominated by the devil; his
strength sapping spirit demon and the sickness
he produced (her bowed over back.) This was
the set of circumstances that Jesus faced that
given this set of circumstances, our word DEI,
ought, comes to bear. This word, remember,
means that what follows in response to a given
set of circumstances, is not only logical but
also necessary. Consequently, His healing of
that woman must be viewed in the context of
this definition. Why?
healing is guaranteed (in the Abrahamic
covenant) to the members of The Abrahamic Seed
Group, and since Jesus was the one who made
the Abrahamic covenant to start with, then he
must logically do something about an
infraction of it. Logically, he must heal her
to keep his word with her.
He absolutely must heal her. He had no choice.
Our word DEI, or ought, gave Him no choice. It
was necessary that He heal her. Had it not
been necessary that He heal her, another word
would have been used here. However, this word,
DEI, takes away all choice in the matter. He
had to heal this woman. Why? Because of one
reason, she was a member of The Abrahamic Seed
Group. In other words, her inclusion in the
Abrahamic covenant was the reason Jesus gave
concerning why He healed her.
does this have to do with me? If you are a
Christian, you are now a member of The
Abrahamic Seed Group by the new birth and
grafting and are also included in the
Abrahamic provision of healing. A final
interesting thought: this woman didnít even
have to ask Jesus to heal her simply because
of whom she was. She was a member of The
Abrahamic Seed Group. So also are you dear
are Sixty Promises in the Abrahamic covenant.
The key term in these Sixty Promises is Bless.
Bless translates a Hebrew word that means the
beneficial endowment of Godís power to
produce well being in every area of a
personís life. In our book, What
Are Abrahamís Blessings Anyway?
we prove over and over that healing,
prosperity and family well-being are contained
in this word when used in conjunction with the
Abrahamic covenant. In other words, bless is a
synonym for healing, prosperity and family
thirteen of the Sixty Promises in the
Abrahamic covenant, God included us Gentile
Christians. I shall cite one of the thirteen
here. In Genesis 22:18, we find Abrahamic
Promise #60. It states, "In thy seed
shall all the nations of the earth be
blessed." In Galatians 3, Paul states
that the Seed is Christ. "Nations"
here, means Gentiles or "ethnic
groups." Bless, remember, contains
healing, prosperity and family well being.
Therefore, Genesis 22:18 will read, "In
thy seed (who is Christ) shall all nations
(Gentiles or ethnic groups) of the earth be
blessed (have healing, prosperity and family
well being.)" You, Gentile Christian, are
now included in this. For the complete
explanation and proof of the above two
paragraphs, see this authorís book, What
Are Abrahamís Blessings, Anyway?
in Acts 3, the first healing after Jesus
returned to heaven took place. Peter and John
used Jesusí name to heal the man at the
beautiful gate of the temple. Why did Jesusí
name work to heal this man?
answer to this question is found in Acts 3:25.
Peter gives (in his own words) the reason why
Jesusí name healed the man. He said to the
people listening to his voice, "You are
the children of the prophets, and of the
covenant that God made with our fathers,
saying unto Abraham, And in thy seed shall all
the kindreds of the earth be blessed."
you can see that Peter quoted Promise # Sixty
here as the reason Jesusí name healed this
man. In other words, here is another New
Testament example of healing based upon the
Abrahamic covenant. If healing isnít in this
covenant for The Abrahamic Seed Group, then
why did Peter cite it as the ground of this
things grab us here. First, Jesusí name
healed the man because He was the Seed of
Promise # Sixty. Second, in Scripture, unless
the context dictates otherwise, the
expression, "the fathers," always
pertains to Abraham and sometimes to Isaac and
Jacob. Third, Peter here equates the entire
Abrahamic covenant with Promise # Sixty.
Fourth, "all nations or kindreds"
include Gentile Christians. Are you getting
this? You are included in the
"blessing" of the Abrahamic covenant
since you are part of the group known as
"kindreds" or "nations" of
the earth. "Blessing," you will
remember, includes healing. This passage
proves it. And you, all kindreds-nations are
in the healing aspect of the Abrahamic
you ever doubted that Abrahamic healing and
prosperity are still in force in the New
Testament, study very carefully Hebrews
6:10-20. This is the most amazing passage in
the entire New Testament. It is a marvel of
grammatical excellence. Here are some things
gleaned from Greek grammar and syntax to help
you understand it better.
The "hope" in verse 11 and the
"hope" in verse 18 are the same
"hope" and both are synonyms with
the expression "Abrahamic Covenant".
The "promise(s)" in verses 12,15 and
17 are all the same "promise(s)" and
are synonyms with "The Abrahamic
In addition, the "hope" in verses 11
and 18 and the "promise(s)" in
verses 12,15 and 17 are used interchangeably.
They are synonyms with each other and with
"The Abrahamic Covenant".
Also, the word "counsel" in verse 17
is used interchangeably with "hope"
and "promise(s)" mentioned above.
then, we have these four terms that are
interchangeable: "hope", "promise(s)",
"counsel" and "The Abrahamic
these are not the only expressions in this
amazing passage, which are interchangeable
with one another. There are three more that
are interchangeable also. "Them whose
faith and patience inherit the promises"
in verse 12 is interchangeable with "the
heirs of promise" in verse 17. And both
of the above expressions are interchangeable
with "who have fled for refuge" in
other words, the above three expressions apply
to the same group of people: The Abrahamic
Seed Group. "Them whose faith and
patience inherit the promises" in verse
12, "the heirs of promise" in verse
17 and "who have fled for refuge" in
verse 18 are descriptions of the same single
group of people, The Abrahamic Seed Group.
does all this mean? It means that your mind is
about to be blown! Read verse 15 in Hebrews
chapter 6. It simply states that Abraham
obtained the promise. Obviously, the promise
he obtained was the promise to be blessed in
verse 14. Again, "bless" includes
healing, prosperity and family well-being in
addition to salvation. But this isn't all.
read verse 12 in Hebrews chapter 6. Obviously,
there is a group of Jewish Christians who
inherit the promise(s). Now, here is the
clincher. The Greek text here shows us that
the promise(s) they inherit are the same that
Abraham obtained in verse 15 which was
look at the word "inherit" again in
verse 12. This is in the Greek present tense
which means "continuous action in present
time." This makes verse 11 declare that
this group of Jewish Christians were
"inheriting and keeping on keeping on
inheriting" the same thing that Abraham
obtained in verse 15. In other words, since
Abraham obtained healing, prosperity and
family well-being in verse 15, so do the
Jewish Christians in verse 11. Furthermore,
they do so continuously. This is exactly what
the Greek syntax means.
we have the healing, prosperity and family
well-being provided in the Abrahamic covenant
still operating continuously during the New
Testament era for Jewish Christians! And you,
dear Gentile Christian, are simply grafted
into all of this.
this passage very carefully with these
interchangeable expressions in mind and you
will see for yourself that there can be no
doubt that Abrahamic healing and prosperity
are still very much in force in The New
Testament. For a full yet simple study of this
outstanding passage of scripture, study
chapter three of our book,
Force of Abrahamís Blessings.
In this chapter, we lay this thing wide open.
We demonstrate beyond a doubt (from Greek
syntax but explained in plain English) that
Abrahamic healing and prosperity are very much
in force during the New Testament era for
in our book,
To Exercise Godís Megaton Power
we demonstrate again the unbroken force of
Abrahamic healing and prosperity during the
New Testament era. We do this from Acts 3.
This passage tells the story of the healing of
the man at the gate Beautiful. In this
scripture, Peter relates his healing to The
Abrahamic Covenant. Read also Luke 13 about
the woman Jesus healed and related her healing
to the fact that she was a daughter of
Abraham. Abrahamic Healing is still valid!
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