2122 Can I Get A Miracle large

After Jesus had crossed over by boats, a large crowd met him at the seaside, one of the meeting place leaders named Jairus came. And when he saw Jesus, he fell to his knees beside himself as he begged, my dear daughter is at death's door, come and lay hands on her so she will get well and live. Jesus went with him. The whole crowd tagging along, pushing and jostling. When I was a child, my mom had a cassette tape of a singer called Don Francisco ever heard of him? And he put Bible stories into songs. That was one about Jairus his daughter called gotta tell somebody, and they're just stuck in my head. It was very 80s absolutely brilliant. And all these years later, I'm humming it. It's going round and round as I read this story about Jairus. And Jesus Jairus needs Jesus to do something to his daughter. And at first glance, everything seems to be going really well. He gets to Jesus, he falls on his knees, Jesus starts heading back towards Jairus' house, and it seems like God is moving and Jairus is going to get his prayer answered. But then something happens that stops Jesus in his tracks. A woman who had suffered a condition of haemorrhaging for 12 years, had heard about Jesus, she slipped in through the crowd and touched his robe. She was thinking to herself, if I can put a finger on his robe I can get well. And the moment she did it, the flow of blood dried up, she could feel the change and knew her play was over and done with so this lady sneaks up to Jesus touches him and gets healed. Can you imagine that? No prayer, no talking to Jesus nothing. She just sneaks in and gets healed and seems pretty happy with just that. I would be too. But Jesus has different ideas. At the same time, Jesus felt the energy discharging from him. He turned around to the crowd and asked, Who touched my robe? His disciple said, What are you talking about with this crowd pushing and jostling? You? You're asking who touched me? Dozens have touched you.

— Mark 5

But he went on asking, looking around to see who had done it. The woman knowing what had happened, knowing she was the one stepped up in fear and trembling, knelt before him and gave him the whole story. Why was she trembling? Well, because with the condition that she had, she shouldn't have been out in public, she certainly shouldn't have been touching anyone. She had to do something a little bit unorthodox to get healed. And the very person that could have caused problems for her was Jairus. And she stopped Jesus going to his house to heal his daughter. All eyes are now on her. She's the centre of attention. And that's not good for her at all. But she owns up anyway. And she admits that she touched Jesus. I like that. It could have actually got her into more trouble, but she did it anyway. Jesus said to her, daughter, you took a risk of faith, and now you're healed and whole, live well, live blessed. Be healed of your plague.