Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised.)
The father of the boy from Massachusetts continued to share his story with me: “Now there was some medication available that my boy could take that would help keep him going a little better.
“So he was taking this medication. After we left the service in Syracuse, the time came for him to take his medication, but he said to me, ‘No, I don’t need it. I’m healed.'”
The father said, “Son, you’ll begin suffering if you don’t take it. You’ll begin to hurt.”
The son responded, “No, I won’t begin to hurt. I’m healed.”
“Well, how do you know you are?” the father asked.
The son said, “Didn’t you hear Brother Hagin preach that Jesus took my infirmities and bore my sicknesses? I stood right there and confessed it with my mouth. So I know it’s mine!”
That boy never had another symptom. They took him back to be examined, and doctors couldn’t find anything wrong! In fact, the doctors wanted to keep him so that they could examine him for a few days.
They kept him for five days, and when the father went to pick his son up, the doctors said, “We want to talk to you. We’ve run every test we can run, and we can’t find a trace of the disease. It’s all gone. It has disappeared. What happened?”
The Word of God says that Jesus took my infirmities and bore my sicknesses. Therefore, according to the Word, I am healed!
Source: Health Food Devotions by Kenneth E. Hagin.
Excerpt permission granted by Faith Library Publications