Jesus Carer of Children

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Jesus Carer of Children

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Throughout Jesus’ life, he healed many people. He healed those who were vision impaired, those who suffered from debilitating diseases such as leprosy and helped those who were deemed as outcasts.

Jesus heals many in all of the Gospels, however in Matthew’s Gospel there are many examples of Jesus being seen as a ‘healer’. Some of these stories include ‘Jesus Cleanses a Leaper (Mt 8: 1 - 4)’or ‘Jesus Heals Two Blind Men (Mt 9: 27 – 31). The actions that Jesus performs in Matthew’s Gospel really accentuate Jesus as being a healer. One way that Jesus is remembered by is being a healer to society and helping many back to good health. Throughout his life, he performed many miracles, most of them helping people through illness. In Jesus time, if you had any sort of health condition, you were considered to be an outcast. Not only did Jesus physically heal them, but healing would mean that they were accepted back into society.

Jesus brought many back to good health. Throughout his life, he performed many miracles, most of them helping people through illness. In Jesus time, if you had any sort of health condition, you were considered to be an outcast. Not only did Jesus physically heal them, but healing would mean that they were accepted back into society.

Jesus as a healer is relevant to society today, all over the world. No matter what, there will always be those who are ill and suffering diseases, who need to recover. Finding ways to overcome illness is difficult but having faith in God can help us through. We need to know of the amazing miracles Jesus performed when he was alive. We can use our knowledge of these miracles in our own prayers for health, to pray for a miracle for ourselves.

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