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Ask God To Forgive Us by Richard Roberts

Then with each stripe, Jesus took every disease.  He took it so you wouldn’t have to be sick.  Someone has told you that God made you sick.  That’s a lie!  It makes no sense for God to make you sick and then send Jesus to make you well.  God does not put sickness and disease on His people.

He said, “I am the Lord that healeth thee.”  And Jesus said, “I am the same yesterday, today, and forever.”  And because of what Jesus did on the cross, we have an open door to heaven.  We can repent of our sins.  We can ask God to forgive us and to cleanse us and to forgive us of all sins.

The Bible says if I confess my sins, He is faithful and just to forgive me of my sins and to cleanse me from all unrighteousness.  So when Jesus went to the cross, He provided salvation and He provided healing.

Many have come to Christ in these last two nights, and many more will come to Him tonight.  (Applause)  Many have been healed by the power of God the last few nights, and many more will be healed tonight.  Hallelujah!

Now I want you to make no mistake about it.  The Bible says that Jesus, the Son of God, died on that cross.  He was dead.  He said, “It is finished.”  He said, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.”

The Bible says, “He gave up the ghost and died.”  And the soldiers who crucified Him took down His lifeless body.  And they wrapped His body, and they put it in a borrowed grave.  Why a borrowed grave?  He was dead.  Why a borrowed grave?  Why not a permanent grave?  Why a borrowed grave?  Because He only planned to stay in it for three days.  (Applause)

And you say, “What was He doing there for three days?”  He was calling on those righteous men and women who had died in the faith, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Elijah, Elisha, David, Jeremiah, all of those who had died in the faith.

Richard Roberts – Moms usually have the first opportunity to teach their children, their little ones, how to pray and the patterns of prayer last a lifetime, don’t they?

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God is a healing God by Richard Roberts

If it’s your head, touch your head.  If it’s your back, touch your back.  If it’s your feet and legs, touch yourself.  Wherever you hurt, touch yourself.

In the authority of Jesus’ name, I come against that pain.  I come against the sickness and disease.  Now listen to me carefully.  I reach in and I take hold of it and I pull it out now, in the name of Jesus.  For God has given us a name.  It’s the name of Jesus.  It is the most powerful force upon the earth.

And His name is above every name named in heaven and earth.  It’s in that name that I speak tonight.  And I give Him honor and glory.  Jesus is a healing Jesus.  Hallelujah!  Yes, Dr. Cordray.

DR. C: Dr. Roberts, this lady has not been able to see for several years.  Tonight we tested her, she can speak very well.

RR: Can you see?  How long have you been blind?  Twenty years.  Twenty?  Twenty years.

INT: Yes, twenty years.

RR: Can you see now?  Can you see?

INT: Yes, I can see.

RR: Can you see everyone?  Hallelujah!  Yes, David.

DAVID:  He could not walk at all.  He was paralyzed totally on his left side.  Tonight he can walk and move.

RR: Paralyzed.  Paralyzed.  How long have you been paralyzed?

AN: Two years.

RR: Two years paralyzed.  Walk.  Walk.  Walk.  Walk.  (Response)  Hallelujah!  Hallelujah!  God is a healing God.  Let Niger know, let the people shout it out, God is a healing God.

Lift your hands unto the Lord and say, “God is my healer.  God is my healer.  God is my healer.  God is my healer.”  Hallelujah!  Hallelujah!  Hallelujah!

Yes, David.

DAVID: For five years this little boy had crippled arms.  They were crippled up and twisted like this.  He can move his arms freely tonight.

RR:  Move your arms.  Lift your arms.  Lift them up.  Put them down.  Lift them up.  Put them down.  Lift them up in Jesus’ name.  Hallelujah!  Hallelujah!

Richard Roberts – Moms, have you taught your children how to pray? Doesn’t matter if they’re three, thirteen, twenty-three or fifty-three.

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