Psalm 147:2-3 NKJV
The Lord builds up Jerusalem. He gathers together the outcasts of Israel.
He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.
This passage here lets us know that God heals inner wounds – the kind that cannot be contacted with the natural senses. Actually our outer wounds – the ones we can experience in the physical arena are often the result of inner wounds that are in the spiritual arena. When we say our feelings were hurt, often we feel either immediately or later on a physical pain or discomfort that is directly related to the emotional hurt we experienced. Paul told the church at Thessalonica that he wanted their whole spirit, soul and body to be preserved. When seeking healing, we must realize that God wants us healed to the point of wholeness. We must be healed in our souls – our mind and emotions need to be healthy. Then we must be healed in our bodies. As we grow in our relationship with God we must seek to walk in divine health as Jesus intended when He bore our sicknesses and infirmities at Calvary.