That is a statement that most western Christians find difficult to believe.
But as you watch this video and hear the testimony of severe back pain and injury being healed almost instantly, ask yourself, “What really was hard about it?”
Most western Christian actually think emotional and spiritual healing is easier.
I beg to differ.
Let’s take a woman of 30 years. She has fears, anxieties, maybe phobias. What would your approach to her be? I guess you will carry out an interview to get some idea of the causes from a human perspective. At the same time you will be listening to God to hear what he is saying lies behind the issues. Hearing from God is a supernatural activity. That is no easier or harder than healing from God. They are both supernatural.
What about the human dynamic of listening and making some godly assessments of the causes of the fears and phobias? Well, that is a limited activity. How much can you really learn of 30 years worth of activity in a 15, 30, 60 minute interview? God may well surface the roots and causes of the problems in that interview but often we find we are relying on revelation to provide significant help to deal with the causes of the problems.
Revelation is supernatural. Healing is supernatural.
If one is easy, so is the other.
The problem, as I see it, is that western Christians tend to morph “revelation” (which is entirely supernatural) into “intuition” (the ability to understand something without conscious reasoning). Often they haven’t crystallised the thought, but really many western Christians think of revelation more like “intuition”, and because “intuition” is a human activity greatly enhanced through social awareness and perceptiveness, dealing with emotional and spiritual healing therefore seems easier.
The truth is “hearing from God” and “healing from God” both require total dependence on God to do his stuff. They are both as hard or as easy as each other…