Touch Him– The Woman on the Street – Capernaum Part Seven “3”

“For she said to herself,

“If only I may touch His garment, I shall be made well.”

But Jesus turned around,

And when He saw her He said,

“Be of good cheer, daughter;

Your faith has made you well.”

 

Jesus knowing,

She hadn’t been touched in twelve years,

She had nothing left to live on or for,

She was far from her home,

Wandering Alone,

Looking for healing,

But she heard the name of Jesus.

 

Turning around,

Jesus

Looking into her eyes,

Called her “Daughter”.

 

I don’t know if I’ve heard a more beautiful story of healing love.

 

“And the woman was made well from that hour.”

Matthew 9:21-22 (NKJV)

 

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

14 thoughts on “Touch Him– The Woman on the Street – Capernaum Part Seven “3””

  1. What amazes me is that He realized she had touched His garment! Jesus always knows what we need, and though He does not always grant what we pray for, He gives the strength to cope and continue on. And He often gives us at least a respite from the storm. 🙂 ❤

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    1. I believe He loves when we touch and take or rely on His Power to change our situation whether health, family, financial, and Peace of mind. He address all of these “issues” she lacked. Bleeding stopped immediately. Called her “Daughter”, family; Financial, no charge, He paid the debt (which came later we know). Yes, He is our Peace and wholeness in all areas. God bless you Natalie! Happy Fourth of July!! As always, thank you for visiting neighbor!

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    1. Thank you Karen:) As I mused on her, the more I realized how beautiful her story is to all of us who have been left out, put out, and wandering looking for the One Who can heal our broken places. Thank you for stopping by. One more poem post on her to go. I pray you will be able to catch reading it when I post. Blessings, denise

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