Let's Worship Together!

It's Worship Wednesday, so let's get our WORSHIP on!

Any Kari Jobe fans in the house?!? I love her! Her new song "The Garden" is so raw and relatable. It reminds me so much of the woman with the issue of bleeding (Luke 8:42-48). Jesus was surrounded people. With her hope high, the woman made her way through the crowds. Maybe like her, you've seen the doctors, you've spent the money, but still nothing has changed. God, let us have a fringe moment right now as we worship, help us to see the garden today.


In the crowd that day there was a woman who for twelve years had been afflicted with hemorrhages. She had spent every penny she had on doctors but not one had been able to help her. She slipped in from behind and touched the edge of Jesus’ robe. At that very moment her hemorrhaging stopped. Jesus said, “Who touched me?”

When no one stepped forward, Peter said, “But Master, we’ve got crowds of people on our hands. Dozens have touched you.”

Jesus insisted, “Someone touched me. I felt power discharging from me.”

When the woman realized that she couldn’t remain hidden, she knelt trembling before him. In front of all the people, she blurted out her story—why she touched him and how at that same moment she was healed.

Jesus said, “Daughter, you took a risk trusting me, and now you’re healed and whole. Live well, live blessed!”
— Luke 8:43-48

Kari Jobe "The Garden"