Does The Bible Tell Us Jesus heals the broken hearted? If so where can I find it?
In speaking of Jesus, the Lord declares this to Israel:
Ezekiel 34:15-16 (NKJV)
15 I will feed My flock, and I will make them lie down,” says the Lord God. 16 “I will seek what was lost and bring back what was driven away, bind up the broken and strengthen what was sick; but I will destroy the fat and the strong, and feed them in judgment.”
This is the Lord’s promise to bind up the broken, but it’s spoken metaphorically. As a shepherd binds the wounds of a sheep, so will the Lord bind up His people, healing them by giving them a new, resurrected body. This is the essence of the phrase “to bind up the broken.” Jesus heals the broken hearted Continue reading
We pick back up in the Gospel of John on the fourth day of Jesus’ first week of ministry with Philip finding Nathaniel and telling him about the arrival of the Messiah.
Philip tells him he has found the Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth the son of Joseph. Which Nathaniel, in turn, asks could anything good could come out of Nazareth? Philip responds, come and see. And Nathaniel chooses to come to Jesus. Notice Jesus did not come to Nathaniel. Nathaniel had to come to Jesus. Nathaniel had to make a decision to come to Jesus so that He could have that experience of knowing Him. Then as the encounter begins, Jesus initiates the conversation. Continue reading
We move forward in the 1st chapter of the Gospel of John as we continue to look at the first week of Jesus’ ministry.
Take note that Jesus‘ earthly ministry begins immediately after He is baptized. This whole week is the start of ministry for Jesus. He gets up out of the water and He goes to work. Continue reading