The Healer Is in the House

KENNETH: Open your
bibles with me today to II Corinthians chapter
one. Now, we’re talking about receiving from Jesus.
So easy. He is so easy. It’s so easy to receive from
him. II Corinthians chapter one. And go down to the
17th verse. “When I therefore was thus minded, did I use
lightness or the things that I purpose, do I purpose according
to the flesh, that with me there should be yea, yea, and nay,
nay,” or yes, yes and no, no. “But as God is true, our word
toward you was not yea and nay. For the son of God, Jesus Christ
who was preached among you by us, even by me, and Silvanus
and Timothy, was not yea and no, yes and no, but in him yes. For
all,” read it out loud with me slowly. “For all the promises of
God in him are yes and in him amen, under the glory of God by
us.” It’s not win a few lose, a few, wait a while, you never
know what God’s going to do. We know exactly what he’ll do.
He’ll do exactly what he said in his word. Every time all the
time. But his word has to be applied and faith has to receive
it and take it, glory to God. I woke up this morning, well it
wasn’t right when I woke up, but later on this morning, and I
actually went to bed last night thinking about the same thing.
Does God heal you because you have faith? Well, it takes
faith. But he heals you because he loves you. He saves you. It
took faith, but he did it because he loves you. But like I
said, he did this a long time ago. It’s already recorded.
There is the Lamb’s Book of Life. Now, that’s the book in
which the names and destiny of those that are born again have
accepted Jesus, the Lamb’s Book of Life, glory to God. But there
is the book of life. And it has recorded every human being,
every one before the foundation of the world, that was to be
born into this earth. There is no, in that book there is no
record of sickness. There is no record of disease. There is no
record of anyone going to hell. There’s no record of that. No,
it isn’t there. But now, to get into this very exclusive book,
get out of that general book and get over here in the Lamb’s Book
of Life, a-ha. It took a very extraordinary miracle. What
happened? You and I just received what he had already
done. I just get caught up in that. It’s so marvelous. You
take for instance, right there … Well, let’s turn over to the
book of Hebrews, we’re going there next anyway. Look in the
13th chapter. In the eighth verse, “Jesus Christ, the same
yesterday, today, and forever.” Oh my, my, my. He’s never
changed. If there’s somebody that needs changing, it’s you
and me. It’s not him. I’m the one that needs changing. You’re
the one that needs changing, not him. Because you just can’t get
any better than perfect. You can’t get any better but perfect
love. Oh, my. Back up then to the second chapter of the book
of Hebrews. Oh, glory to God. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Praise
you, Lord Jesus. Thank you, Lord. I get looking at this and
I think, “Look at that verse. Yeah. But look at that verse.
Oh, yeah. But look at that verse. Oh, but yeah, look at the
ninth verse, okay.” We see Jesus, who was made a little
lower than the angels. Satan is a fallen angel. “For the
suffering of death, crowned with glory and honor, that he by the
grace of God should taste death for every man.” By the grace of
God, taste death for every man. When I first became aware of
that, I literally saw it like a low hanging overcast. And
there’s all of these provisions. There’s the righteousness of
God. We’ve been made the righteousness of God in him. All
of the in him promises. In him, the promises are yes and amen.
All of these wonderful things. In him. Just hanging there. The
scripture says righteousness has come upon all men. Now, all men
have not received it. It is a gift. Amen. You can’t earn it.
Our righteousness is like filthy rags. But when we got born
again, we were made the righteousness of God in him.
Amen. Second chapter of the book of Corinthians. So here it is.
And the moment you accepted him as Lord and savior, just like
lightning just shot out of that spiritual overcast, and he
tasted death for me. He tasted death for me. Now we know what 1
Corinthians 15:57, that “we have been given victory over death.”
But think about what this says in the book of Hebrews. He
tasted death for us. That means, that represents the five
physical sense. You can’t taste it when you die. You can’t smell
it when you die. You can’t see it when you die. You can’t hear
it and you can’t feel it. When you die. You will never know
you’re dead. Until you look around and you’re 28 years old
again. Oh, yeah. See, your inner man’s no older than that right
now. Hallelujah. Glory to God. Thank you, Jesus. And I’ve
demonstrated this before. I’m going to do it again this
morning. Now, wait a minute. Hush. This is my coat. This
body’s my earth suit. This is my coat. Made for me. But without
me in it, that thing’s deader than a hammer. But you know, I
don’t feel a bit different. It’s not going to move. I said it’s
not going to move. Now, let me give you an example of the
resurrection. David, would you come here please? David Weeter.
My body’s in the grave. And I can’t get it up. I need some
help. I need a resurrection, see. So the Lord Jesus,
glorifying my body, and he gives me a new body. Hallelujah, glory
to God. I’ll never age again. And on the day of the
resurrection, listen to me now, listen to me. That’s the end of
all of the glorified ones. We are a very unique family. Now,
people will continue throughout eternity, that’s the plan of
God. There will be people that will be born and live, and born
and live. All during the millennium, there will be people
born. But the devil will be released after 1000 years.
They’re going to be tested. They’re going to be tried. And
there’s a lot of them that will fail it even after seeing the
goodness of God for 1000 years. But there’s a lot of them that
are going to get born again, glory to God. But once his house
is full, there will never be any more glorified ones. And in eons
of time from now, and maybe you and I walking down the street
together, but see, we don’t look any different as far as the …
except they can see our scars. They can see scars where we had
surgery. They can see scars, that big cut across our spirit.
You can see that. The circumcision of the heart when
you and I died the death of the cross. Hallelujah. Isn’t that
right? Jesus still had the scars in his hand even though there’s
no blood in his body. And he sat down and ate fish. He said,
“Handle me, a spirit hath not flesh and bone as you see me
have.” No blood. All his blood is in the heavenly mercy seat in
Heaven. I’m telling you, they’re shouting stuff going on right
here and you’re not saying anything. But all of this is
just preparation. We’re just getting ready, glory to God. And
people are going to come up to us. People are going to come up
to us, Kellie. And they’re going to say, “Oh, you’re glorified
ones. You’re glorified ones. Tell us some stories. Tell us
about the miracle that happened. What was her name? Joan Green.
Oh, we’ve seen it 10,000 times. You tell us. You tell us. You
were there. You saw it. What was it like? It must’ve been
glorious.” And so we’ll just, you know. All of this ministry,
all of my ministry, 90 years of ministry will flash back across
my mind. And all of the wonderful, miraculous things
that are going to happen between now and 2056 when I go on to be
with the Lord. And all these wonderful things. I was
preaching in Jamaica, up in the hill country, and the Lord told
me in response to a church that had been fasting a day a week
for somebody to come and teach them faith. And I was back up in
the mountains, in one place particularly I was the first
light skinned man they had ever seen. And we were in a place
called New Hope. It was just a little tent put up. It wasn’t
even a tent. It was what we used to call in Texas a brush arbor,
where they just put up some pole and go out and gather a bunch of
brush up for shade, and put it over those poles. Then whoever’s
doing the preaching is standing in the shade and most everybody
else was without, from under the shade. But in this case, it was
big enough for a handful of people. And they had a stump
and a piece of wood and nailed it at an angle
on top of that stump for a pulpit. And they had a kerosene
lantern hanging right up here where it was just
bright enough I could read. And all the people were
black. I couldn’t see anybody. Unless somebody smiled. I didn’t
see anybody, man. I couldn’t. It was dark thirty in there. And
I’m preaching on the power and authority of the name of Jesus.
And the power of God was all over that. And all of a sudden
there’s a man walked up in front of me, just standing right
there. He got up here close to me before I could see him. He
said, “Would you lay hands on me in that name?” I said, “I
certainly will.” I wasn’t through with my message. Yes, I
was. He finished my message for me. So I walked out here. Well,
when I did, I got out from under that light and my eyes adjusted,
I could see a little better. I laid hands on him. There was
another one behind him and another one behind
him, and another one behind him, and another one
behind him, and behind him, and behind him. And
so then I got out on the edge of that, I could see a
little bit then, sitting on a rock wall. My goodness. There
was something, the pastor said there was over 500 people
out there sitting on that wall listening to the word. So we got
done and I set down in pastor’s car and this woman came over
there. I’m in the West Indies now, in Jamaica. She said,
“Brother Copeland?” I said, “Yes, ma’am.” She said, “Thank
you very much. I was blind, now I see. Good night.” And then she
just walked off. And I asked the pastor, I said, “What is she
talking about? Was she physically blind?” He said, “Oh,
yeah. She’s been blind all her life that I’ve known her.” And I
said, “Well, I thought she’d have been more exciting than
that.” He said, “Brother Copeland, she’ll wait till she
gets home. You see, our background is British and we
don’t show emotion in church. You wait till she gets home.
She’ll have a fit when she gets home. She’ll do her screaming
and hollering. You wait till she gets in church Sunday. That’s
when we’ll have a time.” Now, isn’t that wonderful? Well, hey.
It was the name. That name is in here today. Faith in the name of
Jesus. Glory. I said glory to God. Hallelujah. Jesus the same
yesterday, today, and forever. Now, Jesus home was in
Capernaum. Let’s establish some things, because we’re going to
follow him. Let’s go to the book of Matthew. Chapter four. And we
don’t want to do anything except standing on the Word of God out
of the mouth of two or three witnesses or more. Verse 13.
“Leaving Nazareth, he came and dwelt in Capernaum, which is
upon the sea coast in the borders or Zebulun and Naphtali,
that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Isaiah the
prophet,” and then he goes ahead and gives that scripture which
is in, of course, the book of Isaiah. So he didn’t just move
to Capernaum because he got run out of town in Nazareth. No. He
moved because he found himself in the volume of a book, glory
to God. He was led by the Word of God. That was his primary
leading. And the holy spirit confirming the word, praise God.
And he just packed up and moved to Capernaum. Now, when they
excavated it, they thought that it was probably Peter’s house
because it was so big, but then they realized it was not Peter’s
house at all. It was Jesus’s house because of the location
and so forth, tracking it in the word, they found it and realized
it’s Jesus’s home. He was a very wealthy preacher. Amen. He had
the big house. Oh, I have to watch it. I just get back over
there and just go to preaching on it again, glory to God. Now
then. Oh, there’s so much that I’d like to do here. That very
same God can cause that tumor in your body to just dematerialize
and go somewhere else. Right now. He can cause that AIDS
virus to disappear like a snowball in August, glory to
God. Amen. I heard that yesterday and I heard it again
this morning, praise God. Somebody’s being healed and
delivered of AIDS, praise God. It’s happening all over the
world. They’re seeing us right now. They’re seeing us right now
in places in Africa where that thing is still a monster, glory
to God. Thank God. I said thank God, the healer’s in the house.
The same healer’s in the house. In Africa today, in South Africa
today, the healer’s in the house while they’re watching this.
glory to God. Thank you, Lord, I said. They’re watching us in the
United Arab Emirates in the Middle East. We have partners
there, glory to God. Hallelujah. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Let’s go
to Luke 13. The woman that could not lift herself up. Faith is
always now. Say now faith is, now faith is the substance of
things hoped for. Amen, 13th chapter of Luke, verse 10. “And
he was teaching,” see he was teaching? He was teaching in one
of the synagogues on the sabbath. And behold, there was a
woman which had a spirit of infirmity 18 years and was bode
together, bowed over together and could in no wise lift up
herself. When Jesus saw her, he called her to him and said unto
her, “Woman,” he’s about to call things that be not as though
they were, “Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity.
And then he laid his hands on her and immediately she was made
straight and glorified God. The ruler of the synagogue answered
with indignation because Jesus healed on the sabbath day and
said the people, there were six days in which men ought to work,
and then therefore come and be healed not on the sabbath.”
Well, she had been there 18 years and he hadn’t
done anything. “The Lord answered and said, “You
hypocrite, does not each one of you have a
sabbath loose his ox or his donkey from the stall and
lead him away to watering? Listen. Ought not this woman
being a daughter of Abraham whom Satan hath bound lo these 18
years be loose from this bond on the sabbath day,” and you, if
you belong to Christ then, are you Abraham’s seed and heirs
according to the promise. Ought not you be loose today? Ought
not you be set free today? Ought not that arm be loose today?
Glory be to God, hallelujah. Ought not your neck be loose
today? Ought not your stomach be loose from pain today? Ought not
your throat be loose today? Glory be to God. Ought not your
back be healed today? Ought not your shoulder be released today?
Glory be to God. Hallelujah. Today is the day of salvation.
Today is the day of deliverance. Today is the day of
power. Today rejoice. Rejoice. And again I say rejoice, for
the day is alive and the day is now, and Jesus
is here.” Hallelujah. ANNOUNCER: We hope you enjoyed
today’s teaching from Kenneth Copeland Ministries, and
remember Jesus is Lord.

4 thoughts on “The Healer Is in the House

  1. Glory to God Hallelujah I've Received My Healing in my Entire Body Brother Copland Amen and Amen!πŸ™πŸ‘£πŸ’œπŸ™ŒπŸ‡

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