God wills our healing. The devil opposes it. In ancient Israel, God sent the prophets to heal. In our day, he wills to send us. Recognizing these realities is an important step toward healing. We might also consider the example of Jesus. In order to free us from our sins, the beginning of any healing, he offered himself on the cross. We too are invited to offer something of ourselves to accomplish the “greater things” that Jesus promised we would do – things greater than the Apostles saw him do! Ask God for the grace to let go of any pride, unforgiveness, shyness, or false notions of what contributes to good relationships. Then, ask him to send you to be an instrument of healing.