List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2008

Sunday Sermons and Healing

Sunday Sermons and Healing

Frequently, I like to ask my friends or people I meet the question: “when was the last time you heard a complete sermon on healing, miracles, or gifts of the… Read more »

What Healing Ministry Should Look Like

What Healing Ministry Should Look Like

It must be obvious to even the casual reader that I have more than a passing interest in the matter of divine healing. It occupies a lot of my waking… Read more »

We do what we believe…

We do what we believe…

I shared a little while back one of the reasons we have a marked lack of healings in our churches. There are many actually, but I want to focus on… Read more »

Another Ode to Doctors

Another Ode to Doctors

I remember a humorous story told by a pastor who was very sick with malaria. Very seriously sick. He stood on faith for his healing but did not make a… Read more »

Thank God for doctors..

Thank God for doctors..

“Yes”, he said, “it’s broken all right”.  The wrist surgeon took another look at the MRI against the bright light overhead and nodded, “you’ll need surgery for this.” I sighed,… Read more »

Parking Lot Healings (I know, not in church…)

Parking Lot Healings (I know, not in church…)

I carved away at my steak as I simultaneously made conversation with a new friend at a restaurant. As we chatted about this and that, I noticed she would shift… Read more »

Forgiveness precedes healing

Forgiveness precedes healing

I looked at the earnest face in front of me as I prepared for my second case for the night.  A regular evening at the Healing Rooms.  The gentleman was… Read more »

Healing is hard…(Part 2)

Healing is hard…(Part 2)

In my last post, I declared: “healing is hard”.  This may have caused a furrowed brow or two among a few hardy Christian brethren, but I promised I’d do my… Read more »

Healing is hard…(Part 1)

Healing is hard…(Part 1)

“Healing is hard“, I once told a friend of mine.  “What do you mean?“, he asked. “If it was easy, every one would be doing it,” I countered.  Instead, one… Read more »

Thoughts on the Florida Outpouring

Thoughts on the Florida Outpouring

Every few decades, in response to the hunger of praying men and women, revival arrives in a part of the world –  Azusa in 1906, the Welsh Revival in 1904,… Read more »

Healing in an instant of time…

Healing in an instant of time…

“Hi, how are you?” came the voice over the telephone.  A few seconds back, I’d been sitting at my computer, trying to write a complex computer program and quite oblivious… Read more »

Are Anecdote + Experience = Theology?

Are Anecdote + Experience = Theology?

I wanted to stay on the theme of God’s will in healing for a moment. There’s a great example in Mark and an Luke 5:12. It goes as follows:

(Mark 1:40-41 NIV) A man with leprosy came to him and begged him on his knees, “If you are willing, you can make me clean.” {41} Filled with compassion, Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” he said. “Be clean!”

For me, God’s willingness seems quite clear, as in the other 25 instances of individual healings in the New Testament. Jesus said “I

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