In the Christian walk we have given our lives to the Lord to do what Christ wants us to do and to become what He wants us to become, to get His job accomplished. If we are really trying to do what He wants us to do, we have in our minds what we think He wants done. We need to look at what Jesus told the Pharisee when He asked him what was the greatest commandment . . . "Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." (Matthew 22:37, 38) If we really want to become more like Christ we need to love. The whole life of Christ can be summed up in one word and that word is "love". He even told his disciples before he left them to love one another and also told them that is how the rest of the world would recognize them.
When we come into a situation we do not have to ask what would Jesus do, for we know what He would do is love. If someone is sick, because Jesus loves the person, Jesus would pray for them and believe for their healing. We need to remember the word Shalom. The meaning of Shalom is peace, nothing missing . . . nothing broken. Because of the love of Jesus, just look for the broken or missing part in a person's life, stand in the gap of prayer and then believe the Lord will make sure he has Shalom in his life, nothing missing, nothing broken. Amen.