Have we idolized the sickness? Has it become all-powerful to us? Has it become the center of our lives? Is it the controller of all we say and do? Is it the center of every message we give? Do our words glorify Jesus as the Healer of all, including this sickness, or do they insinuate this sickness is more powerful than Jesus? I know these are hard questions to ask ourselves, but it’s time to dethrone that sickness, and in order to do so we need to know what we are glorifying.

Have we become a walking billboard for advertising the disease? Are we it’s new poster child? Are we walking down the catwalk modeling the disease for the world to see? Have we turned the spotlight onto the sickness? Are we highlighting the strength of this disease with every breath that we breathe?

I don’t think that we set out to idolize the sickness, I think it sneaks into position, and before we know it we bow down to it and comply to its every demand. Instead, we should take our stand and by a faith filled command, curse it and bind it back to the land from where it came–the pit of hell. Take hold of our spiritual claim, the redemptive power of the Blood to deliver and heal us from these filthy chains that try to bind us. It’s time to set ourselves free from this golden calf of sickness and disease.

We need to stop proselytizing a false doctrine that God gave this disease to us. This message goes against the Word of God, and devalues the blood that Jesus shed for us at the whipping post so that we could be healed from sickness and disease. With every fiber of His precious being He shed His blood for our healing.

“But [in fact] He has borne our griefs, and He has carried our sorrows and pains; yet we [ignorantly] assumed that He was stricken, struck down by God and degraded and humiliated [by Him]. But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was crushed for our wickedness [our sin, our injustice, our wrongdoing];
The punishment [required] for our well-being fell on Him, and by His stripes (wounds) we are healed.” Isaiah 53:4-5, AMP.

Again we have a choice to make. Are we willing to admit and repent of all our doubt and unbelief to our Healer, Jesus? Or will we hold onto our right to a false doctrine and glorify this sickness? Are we ready to dethrone this disease in our lives? And are we going to lift up Jesus higher and place Him, our Healer on the throne of our hearts, and cleanse our temples from the filth of this disease?

“My soul magnifies and exalts the Lord, and my spirit has rejoiced in God my Savior. “For He who is mighty has done great things for me; and holy is His name [to be worshiped in His purity, majesty, and glory]. Luke 1:46-47,49, AMP.

I believe many of us are ready and willing to dethrone sickness this day. Let’s pray.

In the name of Jesus’, I repent for making this disease an idol in my life. I am willing to get rid of this golden calf that I have been glorifying unknowingly. Sickness and disease I curse the power you have had over me. I command you to leave my temple. I only have room for one in my heart, and it’s Jesus, my Savior, my Redeemer, my Healer, and my Lord. He is the One that I surrender to and bow down and worship. From this day forward, Jesus is the center of my life. He is the One that I will glorify, and He is the all-powerful One for me. Thank You, Holy Spirit for revealing to me how I created a golden calf called sickness and disease in my life, and now with the power of my faith filled words in the right thing, the power of Your blood I dethrone this sickness and this disease in my life. I will search Your Word and allow it to light the pathway for my healing in You. In the mighty name of Jesus’ I pray in faith, amen and amen.

Click here to purchase your signed copies of my new book, Decrees that HEAL, (Prophetic prayers & Declarations That Bring Divine Healing). 

Or click here to enroll in my next 4-Week Online Healing Course, “Overcoming FEAR”.

Leave a Comment

Comment Rules

  • Please show respect to the opinions of others no matter how seemingly far-fetched.
  • Abusive, foul language, and/or divisive comments may be deleted without notice.
  • Each blog member is allowed limited comments, as displayed above the comment box.
  • Comments must be limited to the number of words displayed above the comment box.