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Ans a woman who had suffered from an (issue), a flow of blood for twelve years, and had spent all her living upon physicians, and could not be healed by anyone, came up behind Him and touched the fringe, the hem of his garment, and immediately her flow of blood ceased. And Jesus said, Who is it who touched me? When all wre denying it, Peter and those who were with Him said, Master the multitudes surround you and press you on every side! But Jeusus said, Someone did touch Me, for I perceived power has gone forth from Me.And when the woman saw that she had not escaped notice,she came up trembling and falling down before Him, and she declared in the presence of the all the people for what reason she had toched Him and how instantly she had been cured. And He said to her, Daughter your faith ( your confidence, trust in Me) has made you well. Go,(enter) into peace(untroubled, undisturbed,well-being).We all have or had issues in our lives, something emerging , flowing, discharging out of us from a painful or wounded place. Sometimes those issues become so ingrained in us until we become one with the issue and that issue becomes our identity.The issue often tells us, "it's you", this is all you will ever be, there's no cure, no help for you. We begin to lose hope in a lost identity while staying hemorrhaging, privately bleeding while pubicly blending. This woman had an issue she bled for 12 years. How long have you been bleeding? She spent all she had on doctors that couldn't heal her. I can only imagine that after 12 years of constant blood flow that this woman must have suffered from anemia and it probably too most of her physical strength to even walk, but she did. She found herself walking with a crowd of people and mustering up the strength to press her way not only through the crowd but her condition to get to Jesus. Jesus can fix the unfixable if you just stretch out your faith and touch the hem of Him.
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