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Sozo translated means saved

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14. Sozo translated means saved.

LUKE 7:50

And he said to the woman, Thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace.

LUKE 18:42

And Jesus said unto him, Receive thy sight: thy faith hath saved thee.

E-14 Now, the same word in the Bible, translated, s-a-v-e-d, and healed, is the very same word all the way through the Scriptures. Anyone knows that. Now, well, when you're--you're saved, spiritually, or you're saved physically... now, He said to the woman, "Thy faith has saved thee," physically, saved you. Now, it's in the redemption; it's in the atonement; it's in the plan of God. You can be spiritually saved or physically saved, because He was wounded for our transgressions, with His stripes we're healed." Is that right? So it's just according to your faith.


E-62 Look at the resurrection of Lazarus, many other things there. The blind man come by one time, wanted to be prayed for. He didn't have no vision for him. He just touched their eyes, said, "Now, according to your faith, be it unto to you." The woman touched His garment and went out in the audience, stood around out there a little bit. And He look around and said, when He found her, said, "Thy faith has healed thee." Thy faith has saved thee, physically saved thee. Same words, "Sozo." Save thee, save thee, physical or spiritual, same word, same every time in the Bible, where healing or saving is the same Greek word, "Sozo." Any minister knows that, that's studied. Sozo, thy faith has saved thee physically, saved thee spiritually.

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