In Matthew: 9, Jesus heals the paralytic and says to him: “Courage child, your sins are forgiven”. When we go forward for prayer, do we have the courage to receive healing? Does it require courage to say "yes" to receive what you are asking? Doubts and fears can arise and you may ask yourself, “do I have a right to healing?”. It takes courage to receive healing. We hold back but we need to trust. Time and time in the gospels Jesus said “Your faith has healed you”. We need courage to let God be God, to give him permission. In the gospels we see examples of how Jesus and apostles prayed. Jesus rarely said “ask me to do it”. Yes, he did say “Come to me you who are heavy ladened” but when praying for the sick, he never said "ask me to do it", he told us to do it and he will back us up. We keep asking Jesus to do a lot of things that Jesus is not going to do. He has given you the kingdom. He has given you the commission. He has given you the authority, the power and the courage. He has given you what he had. He has commissioned it to you. That is your divine right, but do we have the courage?