Who is Jesus?
Acts 3:6 But Peter said, “I have no silver and gold, but what I do have I give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk!”
Many accounts are given in the New Testament of Jesus healing people. From the blind, to the lame, to the dead, Jesus is the ultimate physician. When He heals, God Himself has made someone well. Of course it’s fascinating to watch events unfold as the Son of God lays hands on the sick and brings them to health. But it’s also noteworthy that the very power of His name caused some to be healed.
Those who had walked the earth with Jesus knew His power. Peter, who had walked on water and seen his Lord calm the storms, knew what Christ was capable of. He had confidence that it was not he who would heal the sick, but Christ’s power through Him. He claimed that power and gave it and he used it in ministry.
The power of Christ in us can do more than heal physical ailments. He can heal broken hearts, mend broken relationships, reconcile sinners to God, and regenerate hearts and lives. If there’s anything that can be broken, He can fix it. If there’s anything that can deteriorate, He can heal it. There’s nothing outside His ability as the great Healer.