Passion 2012 – Session 2 Notes – Beth Moore

Beth Moore – 

Luke 8:40-55  A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman

  • You are incapable of going unnoticed by God.
  • We’re as sick as our secrets.
  • We have a tendency to hide what needs the most healing.
  • Defiled
  • “Whatever the unclean person touches will be unclean.”
  • You cannot be unclean enough to
  • The tassels were there to remind them that they are holy and consecrated to God. These tassels would have also been on the garment Jesus was wearing.
  • Instead of her making him unclean, he made her clean.
  • He came so he could be touchable.
  • He didn’t just come to be reachable but also to be touchable.
  • Jesus knows what kind of person we are.
  • He makes himself easy to grab on to.

Hebrews 10:19-22, Isaiah 6, 2 Peter 1:9

  • Will you let the blood of the cross cleanse you today?
  • If you have the feeling of being unclean, you will not draw nearer with a heart of full assurance.
  • “Daughter, your faith has made you well. Go in peace.”
  • It was the faith that drove the touch that welcomed the healing.


* These are my notes and may or may not be Beth’s exact words. 

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Posted on January 3, 2012, in Passion (268 Generation). Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. I’m also blogging my notes. Glad to see we are on the first page of Google! 🙂

  2. Very powerful!!!! I love your notes! Yesterday’s and todays. I think for this one you forgot to finish a sentence “You cannot be unclean enough to make God unclean”

    • Thanks Anna! Sorry about not finishing the sentence, must have been trying to figure out what it was and moved onto the next bullet and forgot to come back. Appreciate your comment!

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