Do You Want to Hear What God Says About Your Miracle?
Jesus is with His disciples and is teaching them what we have come to know as “The Parable of the Sower.” Look with me for a moment at the passage of scripture in Mark 4:3-9. Jesus says, “Listen! Behold, a sower went out to sow. And it happened, as he sowed, that some seed fell by the wayside; and the birds of the air came and devoured it. Some fell on stony ground, where it did not have much earth; and immediately it sprang up because it had no depth of earth. But when the sun was up it was scorched, and because it had no root it withered away. And some seed fell among thorns; and the thorns grew up and choked it, and it yielded no crop. But other seed fell on good ground and yielded a crop that sprang up, increased and produced: some thirtyfold, some sixty, and some a hundred.” And He said to them, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear!”
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Jesus is talking to them about seed falling on various types of soil. Then, all of a sudden, in verse nine, He declares, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” Obviously, Jesus was not addressing people who were actually missing ears on their heads. No, He was talking about people who heard the words He spoke but had no ability to understand. He was saying, in effect, “He who is anointed—touched and gifted by God with discernment and understanding—let him understand.” Can’t you just see the apostles standing behind Him, nodding in agreement?
But there’s more. Then, verse 10 says, “When He was alone, those around Him with the twelve asked Him about the parable.” Jesus said to the disciples, “To you it has been given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God.” In other words, including those of us who would later know Him, He is saying, “To you who are born again, I am going to explain the mysteries of the Kingdom of God, but to everyone else, these teachings are merely going to be stories.” Until we read and understand Scripture through Jesus’ eyes—the eyes of Yeshua the Messiah—and receive understanding by the Holy Spirit— the Spirit of the God of Abraham—the meaning of these teachings will remain locked in a neat little story.
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How Desperate Are You to Receive Your Miracle?
According to the Torah, this woman with the flow of blood was considered unclean and was not to be seen in public. In her condition, she was forbidden to touch anyone, especially a rabbi. By touching them, they would also become unclean. She had seen every doctor, but they had no answers. She had gotten progressively worse and had lost everything looking for a cure. Imagine how desperate she was to risk going out in public to a market full of witnesses in order to reach out and touch the rabbi visiting her town.
Maybe you can relate to this woman. You don’t feel worthy to go before a holy God. You’ve tried everything. You need your debts cancelled, your kids serving God and your spouse going to church. You’re tired of being sick or fighting an addiction. You are in the place that you will try anything. That’s exactly the state of mind the woman was in. She thought, if I can just touch the hem of His garment, my years of suffering and torment will finally be over.
Look Deeper into the Mystery of the Tallit
That word, hem, is kraspedon and means “a tassel of twisted wool.” This woman wasn’t even trying to touch the cloth of Jesus’ garments. She was only going to reach out and grab the tassel of wool that hung off the side of His prayer shawl. The Old Testament has a command about the tallit. Deuteronomy 22:12 says, “You shall make tassels on the four corners of the clothing with which you cover yourself.” This is somewhat a strange commandment in the middle of a chapter instructing the men of Israel on what to wear. It is preceded and followed by other aspects of Mosaic law; however, there is no further information given.
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Then in the Book of Numbers an expanded explanation is given. Again the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the children of Israel: tell them to make tassels on the corners of their garments throughout their generations, and to put a blue thread in the tassels of the corners. And you shall have the tassel, that you may look upon it and remember all the commandments of the Lord and do them.” (Numbers 15:37–39) From generation to generation, Jewish men were instantly recognizable by the tassels of twisted wool on the fringe of their outer garment. Jesus was no different. Let’s look together at Luke’s description of the woman’s plight. He writes in Chapter 8, verse 44, that as she “…came from behind and touched the border of His garment immediately her flow of blood stopped.”
Jesus, as a Jewish man and rabbi was wearing the traditional prayer shawl, or tallit. On each of the four corners were woven tassels representing the 613 commandments of God that protect, lead, guide and teach His people. The English translation of the edge of the tallit is border. In Hebrew it is referred to as the arba kanfot, or “four wings.” This woman would have grown up hearing Isaiah’s prophecies of the coming Messiah. He would be “…wounded for our transgressions and bruised for our iniquities. The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5)
Of course there is so much more to teach about the tallit and it can’t all fit in one article, so for your gift of any amount today, we will send you a more in depth teaching on the tallit!
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Two Amazing Stories of Healing and Miracles
There is an amazing ending to the story of Jesus healing the woman. Jesus had been rushing through the marketplace because Jairus, ruler of the synagogue had begged him to come to his house. His only daughter, age twelve was dying. On most days, the ruler of the synagogue also would have worn the tallit, but in this case, he didn’t, because it was customary for a man with a sick child, especially a rabbi, to wrap the child in the tallit—literally to wrap her in the promises of God. Here was Jairus rushing to get to Jesus when this woman stopped them. Most would have urged Jesus not to touch the unclean street woman. She could wait. His daughter was dying. Then came horrible news from his house. His daughter had already died. Jesus stopped and released faith into Jairus. Understanding his anguish, He said, “Do not be afraid; only believe, and she will be made well.” (Mark 5:36)
Later, when Jesus arrived at Jairus’ house, where the weeping and mourning had begun, He announced, “Do not weep; she is not dead, but sleeping.” (Mark 5:39) The mourners mocked Jesus for such a foolish statement. But He put them all outside, took Jairus’ daughter by the hand and said, “Little girl, arise.” (Mark 5:41) Then her spirit returned, and she arose immediately. And He commanded that she be given something to eat. And her parents were astonished. (Mark 5:42-43) Here was the little girl, wrapped in the tallit—surrounded by the promises of God—and Jesus woke her as if she had only been napping.
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Although, we can’t cover you physically with the tallit, we can cover you in prayer as we pray under the tallit. We can cover you with the miracle power of God.
Father, cover them as if You were draping the Tallit over them right now. In the name of Jesus, we bind the spirit of cancer, sickness and infirmity. You said whatever we bind on earth is bound in heaven. We loosen the seven places Jesus shed His blood, the blood that breaks every curse and releases every blessing to set their children free, to set their husband or wife free, to bring healing, to break the curse of poverty and to bring blessing back to their businesses. Father, we agree that everything they put their hands to and every place they put the soles of their feet, You will give to them, as an inheritance with Your authority. We release healing and the peace of God that passes all understanding. We cover them in the power and the blessing of all mighty God, in Jesus’ name. Amen and amen.
One last thing, ancient Jewish wisdom teaches us that whenever God is ready to bless us, He first gives us an opportunity to bless others. If you’re in need, one of the best ways to activate a miracle is to be a miracle. After all of the recent rocket barrage and protest attacks, Israel needs more emergency vehicles and lifesaving equipment. Each ambulance is fully equipped to outfit paramedics with essential items such as the gloves, gauze, backboards and the high tech monitors and equipment they need to respond to countless emergencies. We are happy to report that our mobile ICU units are literally saving people’s lives. Because many of you have provided in the past, we have six ambulances in service and our seventh in production.
Now we need your help in funding an eighth Mobile ICU ambulance. These ambulances provide much more than a ride to the hospital. Their major purpose is to provide critical, life-saving medical care to thousands of Israel’s citizens each year. Thanks to your generous support for this project, emergency medical care can be readily dispatched to help attend to innocent civilians injured by terrorist attacks, as well as many others. With your help, we can place the order for number eight and save even more lives in the Holy Land. Please help us keep our commitment to provide at least one new MICU ambulance per year through your and other Larry Huch Ministries partner’s donations.
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