Does YWYH (GOD) always heal the Sick.
Weakness Is Strength
Paul said - But Yeshua said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Yeshua may rest upon me. For the sake of Yeshua, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions and calamities, For when I am weak, then I am strong.
Certainly, healing for the body is a benefit of Yeshua's death on the cross, a benefit for the church as a result of His atoning sacrifice. However, it is not -- it has never been in the history of the church -- a guarantee that YWYH has to heal your body; He doesn't have to!
Some within the church will try to tell you, "God's perfect will is that you are never going to be sick." Well, I'll tell you something: there are certain lessons -- if you are honest -- that you'll admit you never would have learned unless the Lord flattened you out long enough to get your attention. Sometimes God teaches us things through our suffering.
Moreover, I must say that sometimes a person, after praying for a healing, may receive a no from God -- a benevolent no, a kindly no, a protective no maybe, but no nevertheless. Tragically, however, there are teachers -- in the Faith movement, for example -- who have the colossal gall to tell people that if they were more spiritual, if they had more faith, if they believed like they believed, they would be well. Such faulty teaching can crush whatever faith these poor people have. (I have personly experienced this many times through my life (aje.))
Now, I believe you should go to the Lord and believe Him for healing, and trust Him for healing, and pursue Him for healing. And I believe you should search your soul to make certain there is nothing in your life standing in the way of healing. But you must come to Him and lay yourself out on His conditions. The Scripture says,
"This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us" (1 John 5:14).
If perhaps God intends to teach you something through an illness, He might not heal you immediately.
So don't think you are being neglected by the Holy Spirit if you don't get healed. Don't assume that the Lord is against you. Don't conclude that you necessarily have an absence of faith or secret sin.
Take a good look at 1 Peter 2:21:
"Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in his steps."
Circle the word example in this verse. Here we are told that Jesus suffered. And He left us an example. We are to follow in His steps.
And what is the meaning of Philippians 3:10, which refers to "the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings"? Let us be clear on this: suffering is an integral part of the fact of life, and is often used by God in the development and maturation of the Christian.
The apostle Paul had a greater standing with the Lord in terms of his ministry than I have or anybody else has ever had. According to 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 Paul requested healing from the Lord three times. And three times he got an answer back: "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." Translation: God said no to Paul's request for healing. And God had a purpose in saying no.
Did Paul have lack of faith? Rubbish! Was Paul suffering from some secret sin that he was carrying around? Do you see how utterly absurd this is? Do you see how it plays on people's emotions and lives? Do you see how it undermines faith in the absolute authority of Scripture and transfers it to a human being whose experience becomes the criteria?
This type of teaching eats like a cancer in the body of Christ and it must be resisted and opposed at every opportunity so that Christians will not have a cloud hanging over their heads all the time. Instead, they will realize that Jesus really does love them (despite their illness) and that any healing that may come is in His sovereign hands, not ours.(1)
The bottom line is after I have taken my aches, pains, illnesses, and disabilities to Yeshua, (as I do with everything in my life as I have been taught), and I have yet to be healed then just possibly Yeshua is either using me to his Glory or I am still in the process of learning something that Yeshua has laid before me. It does not mean I have to enjoy the suffering or be silent, but simply endure and know that HIS GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR ME, FOR HIS POWER IS MADE PERFECT IN (my) WEAKNESS. I can't tell you how many times I go back to Yeshua and ask and re-examine my life to see if he will heal me. My disability is so slight compared to many, but is does not make life any easier. I praise Yeshua, I seek his love and pray for the constant realignment of my Mind, Body and Soul it is HIS will I wish to follow not mine.
(1) Majority this text is just a part of this link. By Walter Martin.