Today I will acknowledge that we all need healing and that we cannot heal ourselves. Our healing comes from Christ’s substitutionary atonement, our soul’s true life from His physical pain and death. With this comes the privilege of sacrificial intercessory prayer for the healing of others.
But he was hurt because of us; he suffered so.
Our wrongdoing wounded and crushed him.
He endured the breaking that made us whole.
The injuries he suffered became our healing.
Today I will approach God’s altar with prayers for my healing and the healing of others.