The Sabbath, rather than adding to the list of things “to-do,” is God showing care and compassion for His creation.
Everything in the Old Testament form of worship pointed toward the coming of Christ. Now that He is come, the old practices need to be put away and new practices begun.
We should fast when we feel the need to be closer to God, but it should be a private matter and not just a ceremony to show others how religious we are.
Those who are born of the Spirit of God have a sense of their sin and are sick of it. They desire to be healed.
The world and the devil may label you by your sin but your Heavenly Father does not. He sees you through the blood of Christ. God sees you as righteous.
We most certainly must be on fire for the Lord in our personal discipleship but that cannot be to the neglect of others.
How ever passionate we are about saying we are disciples of Christ, that same passion should be seen in our walk!
To say that the miracles of the Bible are just fictional stories and not necessary is to to deny the most needed miracle of all, SALVATION!
Our personal Galilean ministry should consist of simple, everyday actions that are of benefit to another person.
Jesus will ultimately heal us not only from illness but from its cause — sin.