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Make me Whole – Again

Tonya Cox

December 28, 2023

Each year Rob Garnders play Lamb of God has over 4,000 performances across the world including places like the Netherlands, Romania, and Buenos Aires. These performances are seen by over 50,000 people from varying faiths as they come seeking to hear and know the Lamb of God.  

One of the beautiful songs in this play is entitled, “Make me Whole.”  There is a plea for the Savior, that although it is known he is the Christ and there is faith in him, that eyes, hearts, ears, and lips may also know, even our very soul may know, and be made whole… again.  This plea for healing leading to wholeness is a plea from all of God’s children upon the earth.

We are here upon the earth experiencing the plan of happiness we elected and sustained in the heavens before we were born.  This plan is being executed perfectly in our lives and yet at least for me,  and I know many others, it often does not feel so.  This plan of happiness, as it is often referred to, or more appropriately the plan of salvation was designed for struggle, mistakes, and pains: physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.  Our Heavenly Father knew in this earthly dimension we would be mess making machines. This is why we have a Savior!  Jesus Christ and the healing, enabling, delivering power of The Atonement of Jesus Christ is essential to each and everyone of us and all of God’s creations as a part of this plan.  

Christ knows us intimately.  He took your name and my name through the temple of Gethsemane.  He suffered for our sins, our weaknesses, our mistakes, our pains, and the collateral damage from the sins, mistakes, and weaknesses of others.  We cannot fathom how it was done!!! Yet, we do have faith it was.  And even as Christ, knowing and understanding the plan as well, was working out his part cried unto our Father pleading, “Abba, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, by thine, be done” (Luke 22:42). Even the God of this earth found His part in the plan incredibly daunting, yet in agony He finished the work He came here to do.  Because he did, we can too.  

We often experience what we are not and what does not work so we can know who we truly are, remember that wholeness, and see as we are seen, and know as we are known

One of my favorite stories that profoundly illustrates this is about Peter. He was a disciple of Christ and a great defender of Him, even cutting off the ear of one of the soldiers that came to arrest Christ.  Christ had told Peter, this fateful night, that before the cock crowed Peter would deny Christ three times. This was unfathomable to Peter!  Yet, as the night wore on, Peter did deny Christ three times.  Just after the third denial Peter heard the cock crow, Christ looked out the window and their eyes met, and Peter left and wept bitterly.  In that moment Peter learned what he was not, a denier of Jesus Christ, so he could become who he truly was, a great testifier  of Christ!  Even eventually giving his life for that testimony!  

Peter was ALWAYS a great testifier of Christ!  Through this experience he learned, was healed, and remembered the truth of who he was, and from that day forth walked in this wholeness.  

During Christ’s ministry himself on the earth or through his servants, the prophets, He healed in various ways.  Sometimes washing in the river seven times, like Naaman, merely touching the hem of Christ’s robe, like the women with the issue of blood, through a handkerchief sent by Paul, or through priesthood power by the laying on of hands, like Joseph Smith in Nauvoo on a, “day of God’s power.”  There are diverse ways for Christ to bring healing to His people and to direct His work of salvation upon the earth.   What He beckons is, “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Mathew 11:28). 

It is our hope and desire that you join us on this journey of wholeness.  That you come and experience the healing of Christ as we lead you to Him, merely as guides,  through various ways of healing available in our day.   It is through coming unto Christ that we are healed and remember our wholeness.  That he makes us whole….again.

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