by Stan Coffey

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The Great Physician (7 of 10)
Series: A Mighty Savior
Stan Coffey
Mark 5:24-34

If you have your Bible this morning I want us to turn to our study in God's Word to Mark 5:24. We are in a study of "A Mighty Savior", a study on the miracles of Christ. And today we want to talk about "The Great Physician."

Now on one occasion when Jesus was being criticized by religious rulers of His day for spending so much time ministering and helping those who were concerned to be sinners, Jesus made this statement to them. I believe it is in Mark 2. Jesus said, "They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. I came not to call the righteous but sinners to repentance." Jesus said those who are whole are not in need of a physician it is those who are sick.

The Bible teaches that all of us are sick. All of us have a malady of sin and all of us need the great physician. Jesus characterized Himself as the Great Physician. And the Great Physician now is near, the sympathizing Jesus. He stoops the dreary heart to cheer, oh hear the voice of Jesus. Jesus Christ was then and Jesus Christ is now the Great Physician. He has never lost a case. Jesus Christ has never had a case too difficult for Him to minister to and Jesus can meet the need in your life this morning.


I want us to see first of all in this story the problem, the problem that this woman had. Because the Bible tells us for one thing that it was a very painful problem. It said that she had suffered many things. And you know there is always pain that comes as a result of sin. Not necessarily your sin, it can be the sin of someone else. Not necessarily, your personal sin, but because man lives in a fallen world because of the sin of Adam, because there is one who is the prince of the power of the air, sin is a very painful thing that exists in our world today. All the pain, all the suffering, all the difficulty that mankind faces is a result of the proble ...

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