He says you are forgiven, forgive yourself!

If you are in need of healing in your body you may need to forgive yourself. In Matthew chapter 9 Jesus forgave a paralytic man brought on a bed. He wasn’t healed at that moment not until He told him to get up. The man needed to know he was forgiven before he was healed. It was most likely that he believed that his condition was linked to sin either his or down the generations. Jesus dealt with that issue first. This doesn’t mean that sickness is always linked to sin but our thoughts can interrupt our healing especially if we don’t think we deserve it.

Matthew chapter 9 (TPT)

1 Jesus got into the boat and returned to what was considered his hometown, Capernaum. 2 Just then some people brought a paraplegic man to him, lying on a sleeping mat. When Jesus perceived the strong faith within their hearts, he said to the paralyzed man, “My son, be encouraged, for your sins have been forgiven.” 3 These words prompted some of the religious scholars who were present to think, “Why, that’s nothing but blasphemy!” 4 Jesus supernaturally perceived their thoughts, and said to them, “Why do you carry such evil in your hearts? 5 Which is easier to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or, ‘Stand up and walk!’? 6 But now, to convince you that the Son of Man has been given authority to forgive sins, I say to this man, ‘Stand up, pick up your mat, and walk home.’” 7 Immediately the man sprang to his feet and left for home. 8 When the crowds witnessed this miracle, they were awestruck. They shouted praises to God because he had given such authority to human beings.”