Step 6: Be Connected To God: The Ultimate Healing

After traversing the five steps of soul-to-soul connection, you've initiated the process of easing someone's pain. For Christians, recognizing God as the ultimate healer of the heart and soul is foundational; He, after all, is the Creator. Therefore, consider the five steps as a gateway—an introduction to connecting with the divine Healer, God.

Gods Rescue

The Trinity represents the threefold nature of God—The Father, The Son (Jesus), and The Holy Spirit. While being equally God and possessing the same attributes, they hold distinct roles within the divine unity. Existing in eternal harmony, the Trinity serves as the perfect model small group, epitomizing perfect fellowship.
As humans created in the image of God, we are invited into this divine fellowship. Accepting this invitation results in being given God’s Spirit, dwelling within us and fostering a connection in fellowship with Father God and Jesus. It is through this sacred bond that we partake in the divine harmony of the Trinity.

God Wants Us To Connect With One Another: Hebrews 10:25

The Bible emphasizes the profound impact of our words, stating that we possess the power to bring life to one another. This inherent ability extends beyond mere verbal expression; we also have the power to rescue each other through our presence, attention, and words that guide one another to a closer connection with God.
Hebrews 10 provides a blueprint for fostering meaningful connections:
Verse 22 encourages us to draw near to God.
Verse 23 urges us to hold onto the hope and faith we profess.
Verse 24 prompts us to spur one another on to love and good deeds.
Verse 25 emphasizes the importance of connecting with each other, keeping these principles in mind to offer mutual encouragement.

We Were Made To Connect

Throughout the Bible, numerous passages emphasize the importance of relationships and connections with God and others.

1. Relationship with God: The Bible teaches that humans were created to have a personal relationship with God. In Genesis 1:27, it states that humanity was created in the image of God, which implies an inherent connection between humans and their Creator. Throughout the Bible, there are numerous instances where individuals seek and cultivate a relationship with God, highlighting the deep longing for connection with the divine.

2. Relationship with Others: Additionally, the Bible emphasizes the importance of relationships with others. In Genesis 2:18, God declares that it is not good for man to be alone, indicating the need for human companionship and connection. Furthermore, Jesus emphasized the commandment to love one another (John 13:34-35) and the importance of community in the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:12-27).

3. Spiritual Connection: Beyond human relationships, the Bible also speaks to the spiritual connection between believers. In passages like Romans 12:5 and 1 Corinthians 12:12-27, believers are described as being part of one body, each with unique gifts and roles but interconnected and interdependent.

This is the hope and encouragement that we have to offer people who need healing. We have the power to help people
heal when we connect at the soul, then help them connect with the God who Heals (Jehovah Rapha).