Healing; the children’s bread| Final part


One of Jesus’ miracles recorded in the Gospels is the recovery of the daughter of the Syrophoenician lady. Chapter 7 of the Gospel of Mark is described (Mark 7:24–30). According to Matthew, the incident involved healing a Canaanite woman’s daughter. The incident is described in Matthew as the recovery of a Canaanite woman’s daughter. According to both accounts, it was because of the woman’s faith that Jesus healed the woman’s daughter while on the road near Tyre and Sidon.

The Canaanite woman teaches us to be humble, to put aside pride, to persist in our faith regardless of what others may say, and finally, that God is in the business of assisting us in developing our faith. I pray that God would give you the fortitude to possess the same level of faith as the Canaanite woman.

Gentiles occasionally displayed greater confidence in the Bible than did Hebrews. The Canaanite woman’s story may have been the most significant indication that God would disclose his whole strategy for integrating Jews and Gentiles into his kingdom’s flock. The secret that both Gentiles and Jews could enter God’s Kingdom was made clear by the cross of Christ. For everyone who repents achieving peace with Christ, regardless of nationality, God made humanity of two distinct tribes. When someone repents, they can become one of God’s children.

We are all born lost sinners, whether we are Jews or Gentiles.  Nobody is worthy of God’s grace. It was really expensive. Galatians 2:21 warns against treating God’s grace as meaningless because Christ would not have had to die if obeying the law could make us right with God. This awareness of our helplessness should lead us to God’s great mercy and might. Hebrews 4:16 instructs us to confidently approach the throne of our merciful God, where we will experience his mercy and discover grace to support us in our time of need. Everyone can approach God’s throne if they acknowledge that they have fallen far short of God’s standard.

She was a Syrophoenician stranger. She was neither a Jew nor a Christian. However, she was drawn to Jesus in her time of greatest need. That’s not how I work, and I don’t know about you. I often attempt to solve my difficulties. Although it rarely works out, I still try anyhow. I don’t believe I’m alone in this. This Canaanite woman exemplifies a superior approach. Bring your issues before Jesus. He showed her care, and he will show you care as well. He genuinely cares about his kids and has a great deal of love for us.

We frequently become much more trapped when attempting to address our difficulties. Rather, turn to Jesus. He’s a wonderful parent who wants to support his kids. Your issues need to motivate you to seek God. The Canaanite woman received a commendation from Jesus Christ for her strong faith and tenacity. Right after that, her daughter was instantly healed (verse 28). If the Canaanite lady had anticipated the reward from the outset, she should not have persisted.


We must be aware that we will first be put to the test before receiving our prize. Although following Christ can be challenging at times, we must constantly remember that it will always be WORTH IT in the end.

Final part.