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  • Derek Richman

March 28th, 2020

Take a moment to open this time in prayer. Ask God to bless you as you read and reflect on the text.

Read 2 Kings 20: 1 – 6

Do you believe in miracles? Do you believe in supernatural healing? In this passage the Lord performs a miraculous healing in the life of Hezekiah. I used to read this passage and think, “oh that is nice,” but I never really believed in supernatural healing until I began to witness and experience supernatural healings myself. If God healed people in the Old Testament and the New Testament why can’t he heal people today? If there was ever a time to pray for supernatural healing for people now is the time. Let us all pray for healing in the world, the eradication of COVID-19 and for God to receive the credit for that healing.


Please use the following questions for more reflection.

  • When you read this text why do you believe that God chose to heal Hezekiah? Would God have healed Hezekiah if Hezekiah has not asked to be healed?

  • Do you believe in supernatural healing from God? What makes you believe in supernatural healing? If you don’t believe that God heals people today, why do you not believe this?

  • Does God always heal people when we ask? Why does God sometimes choose not to heal people?


Closing - Use the prayer below to end the devotion or close in prayer in your own words.

Gracious Heavenly Father, I thank you for your healing power. I pray right now for all those who need healing and pray that you would heal them. God, I also understand that not everyone is healed but I do not understand why. Help me to understand the mysteries behind why you do not always heal people. Amen

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