1). Tor F: God worked miracles of healing through the apostle Paul, but as to the original twelve apostles, Peter was the only one He used. False
2). To whom was He speaking and where was He when Jesus said, “Doubtless you will quote to me this proverb, ‘Physician, heal yourself’.” (A) Luke 4:23
A. To worshipers in the synagogue in his home town, Nazareth.
B. To a group of fishermen in Capernaum.
C. To Herod in the Praetorium.
D. To a group of doctors and laws in Capernaum.
3). Paul the apostle “prescribed” a little wine for Timothy’s stomach infirmities or ailments (sicknesses).
Week # 2 Scripture Reading: Luke 17
According to Luke 17:12, where was Jesus when He saw the men with leprosy?
Choose the right answer from A-D; (D)
A. As He was about to retire for the night at an inn.
B. On the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
C. As He was paying money at a tax collector’s booth.
D. As He was going into a village.
According to this study: Questions:
1). What scriptures tells us that by Jesus’ stripes we were healed?
(Isaiah 53:5; Matthew 8:17; I Peter 2:24 )
2). In order to get healed, what must we do? Explain.
We must read and hear God’s Word, then believe in our heart that God’s Word is true. Confession is good for the soul. No matter what we feel, see, or hear, we must stand on God’s Word as the final Word. Confess our healing every day.
3). Why is it important to know God’s will?
We must know God’s will, because it is so important to be able to know that God’s Word is true, and if we know God’s will, then we can receive our healing; it’s not enough to know God’s Word, but know His will too. His will is to heal us even today, read Jeremiah 29:11. It tells us that God is concern about our whole being. (Knowing God’s will is knowing His Word, amen.)