Go Thy Way: When Jesus Healed a Nobleman’s Son
When our Lord walked this earth, people must have asked Him many times if He would heal this person or that person—or himself or herself. Gracious as He was, He never turned away anyone. Whether the person was very poor, such as the woman who had spent everything she had but never was cured, a foreigner such as the Syro-Phoenician woman or someone of high rank such as a Roman centurion, He answered their prayers and requests.
In the text, John said Jesus had come from Judea and already had passed through Samaria and now was in Cana of Galilee. He had performed His first miracle there, changing water into wine (John 2). Now, He’s there again and will encounter someone who has a need that only Jesus is able to fulfill.
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