CAN WE PRAY FOR YOU?
We are privileged to serve our clients & participate in the funding of the continued healing ministry of Jesus the Messiah.
Yes, we are consultants in the managed care profession, but we are really in the life and health healing business. We consider it a calling and a privilege to pray for our clients. Prayer itself will not heal, but Scripture proclaims that Yeshua Messiah [Jesus the Christ] is the "Great Physician," and the object of our prayer .
The early church cared for the poor, sick, and outcasts. When Yeshua literally touched the sick, He was breaking the Law, which prohibited touching those whom were declared "unclean" by the priests of His day. That's why the lepers cried out to the Son of Man for healing. They were separated. Out of this care came the "hospitlallers" and the roll of the nurse, of whom the most notable was Florence Nightingale. Most of our hospitals and even what we call "Ivy League universities" had Puritans [Christian] origins. Many of today's churches still bear Christian or denominational names. We consider it a calling and a privilege to pray for our clients. So, historically, today's healthcare industry was originally intended to be the continuation of the healing ministry of the merciful work of the LORD Jesus Christ. That is a much higher and grander calling than just making money, and speaking only of deductibles, co-pays, and minimum essential coverage.
For a modern day, unbiased, clinically-based, expert on the subject of religion and healing, please see, Dr. Harold G. Koenig, M.D., of Duke University and some of his published works, such as," Faith and Mental health: Religious Resources for Healing,' or, "Handbook of Religion and Health."
The object of our prayer is Jesus Christ, because only He can heal, create, and re-create life. Whether one believes He is Lord and Savior, as does the Christian faith attests or not, even skeptics concede that He is an historic figure who conducted a ministry of miraculous healing. Those miracles are available, today, through Him.
We are far too busy to remember all of the medical issues that come our way, but we commit to take your issues before the throne of God, through Christ, and then dispose of any information you send us in order to protect your privacy. Please refer to the Privacy link, below. Thank you, and God bless you.
May we pray for...
- An upcoming surgery
- Celebration of an answered
- Financial concerns
- Spousal Concerns
- Employee relation concerns
- Employment instability
“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God.”
Philippians 4: 6-7