We have redemption in Christ. To be redeemed means that you have been bought back from sin and all its consequences; it means that you have been made free from Satan’s dominion. Redemption speaks of two things primarily: First, the price paid for a ransom and second, the ransom itself. So, the price of freedom and the freedom procured make up redemption. The blood of Jesus Christ is the price that was paid to redeem us from sin and all its consequences. Jesus paid the price of His blood shed at Calvary in order to set us free from all manner of sicknesses and diseases, lack, poverty and from Satan’s dominion over man. Our opening verse tells us that every child of God has redemption in Christ through His blood, even the forgiveness of sins. So, our redemption is not a hope or a promise which God will keep. No, a thousand times no! Redemption is a fact; it is a now-reality in Christ. You have access to your redemption now. It’s not going to be more yours tomorrow than it already is today. Your redemption in Christ is all yours for the taking now.
In understanding our redemption in Christ, we must come to terms with the fact that the same sacrifice that was paid for our salvation was paid also for our healing. The same Saviour that bore our sins on His body, also bore our sicknesses at the same time. The stripes that wounded Jesus Christ paid for your healing. In the atonement and redemption, there is no separation between healing and salvation, neither is there any separation between salvation and prosperity. Healing, prosperity, salvation and safety are all a part of the atonement. If you are sure you are saved, then you ought to be sure you are safe, healed, prosperous and blessed also. There is no salvation message that is void of healing. The fact that you are saved from sicknesses and diseases is proof that you are whole because both happened by the same token through Jesus’ substitutionary work for man. Your Saviour is your Healer. It’s the same Saviour that is the Healer; He is Jesus Christ. The same stripes (wounds) that wounded Jesus, purchased for us healing and if we are saved, then we are healed also.
MY SOLID FRONT (YOUR CONFESSION):
In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I declare that I have redemption in Christ Jesus. I am saved by grace through faith and I am healed as well by the same token. Hallelujah!
1 Peter 2:24; Matthew 8:16-17.