God never desires partial healing. The healing of the Lord is complete and all encompassing. There is sickness in this world, and Jesus Christ came to overcome and conquer it. Jesus Christ did not come to redirect or guide the world into a better way of living; he came to completely restructure the world into a new way of living. When the healing power of the Holy Spirit enters into this world there is no remnant of the passed life with him. What remains are faint and distant memories of a former way of life that hold no place in the present. This healing power is so unprecedented that the only natural instinct upon receiving it is to share it with anyone and everyone you come into contact with. Upon receiving healing from the Holy Spirit there is no “I have to” share the gospel out of duty or obligation. There is only “I have to” share the gospel because the world needs this power and healing I have also graciously received.
However, one must constantly be aware of what is actually being shared. All we can share is Jesus Christ alone. He is the power. He is the healing. In nothing else is there the power for transformation and change that is in the name of Jesus Christ. If the gospel is shared in power and in truth there is an unequalled healing in store for the entire world. The gospel shared in power and truth will change lives completely and will unmistakably yield good fruit. However, if the gospel is misrepresented, healing will be overpowered by suffering and pain. Good cannot win because the good news was not preached. The gospel cannot and will not be effective if it is not received as it was established, in truth. Anything short of the truth in the gospel is dangerous and will not result in healing.
As one seeks to share the gospel out of a desire to heal, one also learns to avoid those who share a gospel of lies that will only prove to destroy and prevent healing. Christ is all and is in all, and when sharing the gospel there is no message other than exactly what has been lived and shared before. The reason for the stable and consistent nature of the gospel’s integrity over the years is that it is only in the natural state of the gospel that the world has experienced its healing effects on the suffering of this world. After experiencing the healing truth of the word, the choice to dilute or weaken the gospel for any reason whatsoever becomes completely ridiculous. The gospel of Jesus Christ is truth and the healing it promises is real. Clinging to his truth will result in the truth of complete healing, whereas being distracted or overcome by falsity will only result in progressive sickness and pain.