Sun of Righteousness

Ironically—while healing meetings were being held in my city—I was sick and at home attempting to write the message of this painting. My concerned husband suggested that I go to the doctor, but I heard the Lord say to “Wait” (Wait on Him, wait on His presence, wait on His glory, His power, and His healing) and to place the “Sun of Righteousness” painting at the foot of my bed. Over years of walking with the Lord, I have learned that obedience is absolutely the best way to blessing. So—instead of running here and there—I decided to wait on Him and follow His instructions for my healing. After all, He is Jehovah Rapha whose very name means the Lord who heals.

Sometimes we just need to pause and ask the Lord for direction. I believe that when we reverently seek Him and follow His instructions we are blessed much more than when we don’t. Malachi 4:1 of the Amplified Bible says, “‘For behold the day comes that shall burn like an oven, and all the proud and arrogant, yes, and all who do wickedly and are lawless, shall be stubble; the day that comes shall burn them up,’ says the Lord of hosts, ‘so that it will leave them neither root nor branch.’” On the other hand, Malachi 4:2 says, “But unto you who revere My name shall the Sun of Righteousness arise with healing in His wings and His beams, and you shall go forth and gambol like calves (released) from the stall and leap for joy” (AMP). The result depends entirely on which camp you choose to be in—verse two being the obvious preference!  

As I mentioned earlier, I was sick and in need of healing when the Lord instructed me to wait on Him and to soak in the colors and the anointing of the painting. After 4 hours of resting and basking in the healing rays of the “Son of Righteousness,” I was healed and full of energy. So, I got up and went about my daily routine with joy in my heart and thanksgiving to Jesus for the healing and the confirmation of Isaiah 40:31 which says, “those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint” (AMP).  

If you are sick, sad, tired, or in need—I highly recommend seeking “Son of Righteousness” for your personal prescription, because the Lord—who heals—loves you dearly and wants you to ask. Take some time to ponder this testimony and absorb the colors and anointing of this painting. Let this minister to you as you bask in the wonderful, healing beams of the Sonshine. Wait on and “give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; For His lovingkindness (graciousness, mercy, compassion) endures forever” (Psalm 136:1 AMP). You will renew your strength and leap for joy. Who knows—you may even become a sunbeam to shine for Jesus. 

By, Ginger E. Mosher

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