When a wound is re-opened it usually means the original cut has never been healed. Some lacerations take longer to heal than others and the deeper the wound the more time it takes for it to heal. But why? Why is it necessary for a wound to heal? What is happening during the healing process? What would happen if the wound doesn’t heal?
I would like to share 3 reasons why you as a person need spiritual healing and how it is significant to a physical healing from a wound. When a flesh wound does not heal the three main issues preventing it is likely to be poor circulation, fluid build-up and/or an infection has developed. When you have been spiritually wounded and are not healing, the three main issues preventing it are hardening of heart, rejecting grace, or lack of knowledge about Christ and his power. There is not one scripture to justify why God would not heal someone. All the responsibility is on you, the receiver.
You do not want to sit in hurt and pain with spiritual wounds open. You do not want to feel anxiety, loneliness and unloved. But there is something that has brought you to this place. You may have felt like your life has ended or been destroyed, but now it’s time to understand why this healing needs to happen.