"What you do does not define who you are; it's who you are that defines what you do."
-- Dr. Neil T. Anderson
When one believes and obeys the gospel, he is healed completly of all past sin. That is what healed means.
If the "healed" in 53:5 is talking about sin AND illlness, whatever illness a person suffers when they become a Christian should be gone.
If the sin is gone, then so should the illness.
But that is not what Isa. 53:5 is saying.
I don't know anyone that "follows" Calvin or Arminius. All of us follow Jesus.
~Do not quench the Spirit ~ 1 Thessalonians 5:19~
~"So what hardship are you willing to endure, to see My will accomplished through you?"~
~Your relationship isn't knowing "ABOUT" GOD! Relationship is to "KNOW" GOD,
so that in the end and you stand before Him for the first time in heavenů HE KNOWS YOU~
~Do we, as Christians witness Jesus to the lost because we love Jesus? Or do we witness Jesus to the lost because we love them as Jesus loves them?~
~A prompting from God means that you are to DO. Thinking, causes you to... NOT DO!~
~Being on the tall mountain is where "you" go, to meet with God. Being in the deep valley is where "God" goes, to meet with you!~
You said if one still has an illness, they have not truly believed and obeyed the gospel.
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