This year when we cry Hossanna, it should be a cry for the nations, a prayer for the people we don’t know, a plead to save not only us, but also those who are suffering and weeping across the nations…
K’fiptho Sunday/ healing the crippled woman
The wounds of people’s infirmities rarely escape Jesus’ notice and he was always ready to offer a healing touch. The woman in the story was walking around the church bend over, to see how the world looks from her vantage point.
How does it feel to walk that way?
What are the burdens that weigh you down and bend you over?
Take a deep breath and stand up straight, offering your burdens to God.
Stretch out your hands in praise to God, who declares you have been “set free!”
Feel the tightness and pain, in your heart and on your body parts. Breathe in and breathe out slowly. Each time you exhale feel the pleasant soothing sensation you have in Lord Jesus Christ.
Slowly and deeply inhale and exhale. From what all things does God want to set you free today, to stand upright to work for him and praise his mercies?