According to (Matthew 8:16) “When evening came, people brought to Jesus many who had demons in them. Jesus drove out the “evil spirits” with a word and healed all who were sick.”
What a gesture of Jesus, who had compassion on all the suffering, without commiserating with them.
Generally, people who are sick want people to commiserate with them, in other words mourn their losses. But Jesus instead says, “In the world you will have tribulation (suffering); but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33 NKJV).
This means, Jesus always gave hope to those who were sick, by giving them healing and wholeness for a better life ahead for them.
Commiserating, will only keep the problem alive in a state of fear of reprisals – meaning: no better than what they have lifestyle, one of sadness, as if burying all hopes for a brighter, and better future.
What we need to understand is this – Jesus came to give us fullness of life, not death, and suffering, for He resurrected the dead, and made those who were not whole, healed, whole, complete, lacking in nothing. For His instructions in (Matthew 10:7-14), repeat His life through us to, “Go and preach the Kingdom of heaven is near! Heal the sick, bring the dead back to life, heal those who suffer from dreaded skin diseases and drive out demons,” just like He Jesus did, in His contact with the people who chose to seek help from Him, knowing of the miracles He had, and could perform.
We too, can use His name to do what He asked us to do, as well as the apostles in (Matthew 10:7-14). So if there is any among you who are sick, or need healing, and wholeness from any evil spirit of infirmities, then this is how Jesus, with His word healed everybody who came to Him for help, and that is, “Go free.” So, if you or anybody need help, just say, “In Jesus’ name go free,” adding on the name of the person needing healing, and wholeness. Jesus is all the authority we need to empower us to do the works He did, and so in His honour we shall obey, and when we encounter those who are suffering in any way, just give them the hope for their future and speak out life to them, as He instructed, Amen, so be it Lord Jesus to do it!”