If you’re seeking a significant healing, it will likely come from a significant awakening.
Sometimes, people suffering sit idle waiting for something to change in the body, or their surround, so they can claim improved health. But for a change to occur in the body, a change needs to first occur in thought. And for a significant change in the body, likely, a significant change in thought is required.
If you’re looking for a significant improvement somewhere in your life, be open and receptive to making major changes in your outlook, point of view, and understanding of God to allow change for the better to occur.
The man at the pool of Bethesda had sat by the water for 38 years (John 5:1-9) waiting for an opportunity to be healed in the form of moving water. Jesus came along and asked, “Do you want to be healed?” And he meant, “Healed now.” The man hadn’t been looking for a major change of thought first, so didn’t understand what Jesus meant, and made physical excuses as to why he should continue suffering. If Jesus would have replied, “Oh yeah, well, I hope the water moves soon so you can be healed,” the man would have sat there for years, perhaps decades, waiting for healing. He wasn’t looking to change his thought. But Jesus knew better, and changed his thought for the better anyway, and healed him.
No doubt, that man left the poolside with a whole new view of what was possible through Christ. His thought had been significantly awakened by Jesus Christ which facilitated healing.
Big changes on the inside lead to big changes with the outer.
So, wait no longer. Walk away from any “poolside” of mortal belief that may tempt you to linger and sit mentally idle. Seek mental and spiritual change that let’s Christ into your experience and leads to a major awakening to spiritual reality. Seek significant change in perspective, not just little dabbles and tweaks here and there.