Posted by: Pure Glory | 05/04/2016

The Woman With The Issue And The Church

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

We, the Bride of Christ, are in a new position and great change is upon us. Previously, the church was like the woman with the issue of blood for twelve years, suffering many things and not getting better. The woman had spent all she had but could not be healed.

She said, within herself,”If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.” Immediately, after pressing her way through the crowd and touching the hem of Jesus’ garment, her blood stanched, she was made whole.

The church has been in the same position or spiritual stupor, preventing her from being intimate with the bridegroom because of her many issues. We have tried many programs, systems of man, and substitutes, for the pure glory of God. Nonetheless, the tables have turned, we have been shifted from the old, and our position has changed. Touching the hem of his garment and not what we’ve sown together. She is allowing God to deal with the issues of her heart, so she can be intimate with the bridegroom.

The church is no longer stooped over but she is standing in the presence of the King. The touching of Jesus’ hem brought wholeness. God is setting in order everything we need to be whole and complete. (Mark 5:24-28)

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  1. Lord Jesus search my heart and know it. I surrender my will to Yours.Amen

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