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God in the Prenatal Emergency Room

God in the Prenatal Emergency Room

We just had our baby girl last week, really, a gift from God.  However, it was not uneventful and now that she’s here, perfectly healthy, this is a good time to talk… Read more »

“Job was the question, Jesus is the answer”

“Job was the question, Jesus is the answer”

I love that quote, but I love the whole teaching. Bill Johnson is such a gift to the Body of Christ. He’ll lift your spirit if you are hungry for… Read more »

OK, God Heals Whiplash Too

OK, God Heals Whiplash Too

It certainly has been a while since I posted here, but that’s what having a toddler will do.  A true blessing from God who I’m doing my best to raise… Read more »

The Insufficiency of Proof

The Insufficiency of Proof

Author:  Pastor Nathan Beauchamp  (www.greaterchicagochurch.com) Last Sunday a lovely woman stood on the blue carpeting of our church stage. Nervous, her hands slightly shaky as she clutched her notes against… Read more »

What About Partial Healing?  (Part 2 of 2)

What About Partial Healing? (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from Part 1 –> We earlier looked at the account of Jesus’ healing in Mark 8; 22 They came to Bethsaida, and some people brought a blind man and… Read more »

What About Partial Healing?  (Part 1)

What About Partial Healing? (Part 1)

Partial healing can be a stumbling block for many in the healing ministry. It is a complex subject for many reasons. Some ask, “If God is healing and He has… Read more »

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness – Part 3 of 4

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness – Part 3 of 4

Continued from part 2 –> Picking up on the story of the Shunammite woman and the principle of unprovoked kindness, we last saw from 2 Kings 4, vv. 18-20 that… Read more »

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness – Part 2 of 4

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness – Part 2 of 4

Continued from part 1 –> The last post covered the Shunammite woman whose unprovoked kindness led to the prophet Elisha declaring she would have a son, even at an advanced… Read more »

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness

The Shunammite Woman and Unprovoked Kindness

The story of the Shunammite woman in 2 Kings 4 is powerful as it relates to healing. However, it began with the prophet Elisha taking a trip to Shunem. 2… Read more »

Emotional Healing is Often Neglected

Emotional Healing is Often Neglected

When the Holy Spirit was poured out at Pentecost, Peter quoted Joel in Acts 2:17-21. Verse 17 went as follows: 17 “‘In the last days, God says, I will pour… Read more »

Imperfect Vessels and Healing Ministers – Part 2

Imperfect Vessels and Healing Ministers – Part 2

Finally, I have the opportunity to return and finish my thoughts on imperfect vessels and healing ministers. Studying the lives of many of those who, over the centuries, have been… Read more »

Imperfect Vessels and Healing Ministers – Part 1

Imperfect Vessels and Healing Ministers – Part 1

An issue many Christians think about, especially those seeking to become more involved in healing, is that of ‘clean vessels‘. Often, many believers avoid healing ministry and especially deliverance ministry… Read more »

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