Fred Gaiser offers a sober, accessible review of the biblical materials pertinent to our thinking about healing.
Season after Pentecost | 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)
2 Samuel 1:1, 17-27; Psalm 130; (Wisdom of Solomon 1:13-15, 2:23-24 or Lamentations 3:23-33; Psalm 30;) 2 Corinthians 8:7-15; Mark 5:21-43
God is concerned with the health of women. God cares about teenagers who end up in a lifetime of poverty. Jesus healed the bleeding woman 2,000 years ago, and I think if he walked the streets today, he just might hand her a packet of pink pills.
You will not find the term generosity in your theological dictionaries. Most ungenerously skip from “Generation, Eternal” to “Genevan Catechism” or from “Gaudium et Spes” to “Genocide” without “Generosity” slipping in. Don’t blame the authors. They need something with which to work, and the Hebrew and Greek words translated as “generosity” rarely appear in the biblical texts. But since theology (theos+logos) involves words or language about God, generosity has to be attached—as in “the generosity of God.”