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What if it Doesn’t Work?

What if it Doesn’t Work?

Perhaps a better title for this post might be: “So what if it doesn’t work?” This is the vexing question that paralyzes well-intentioned Christians the world over. What if I… Read more »

Paul’s Thorn Revisited

Paul’s Thorn Revisited

In a previous post, I discussed Paul’s Thorn and how a careful reading shows that it has nothing to do with sickness.  Instead, Paul was referring to persecution he faced… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #15

How Healing Comes – Avenue #15

In Acts 19:10-12, Luke narrates how God did special or extraordinary healing miracles through Paul, 11God did extraordinary miracles through Paul, 12so that even handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched… Read more »

Whose faith is it, then?

Whose faith is it, then?

We have seen up to this point, multiple ways by which God heals. In some instances, the process is initiated by men, and in others, it is dependent on the… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #14

How Healing Comes – Avenue #14

In Jesus’ day, invalids would wait at the Pool of Bethesda, near the Sheep Gate, for the ‘stirring of the waters’. John describes this in John 5:1-4, 2 Now there… Read more »

Don’t Blame God

Don’t Blame God

The scenario is a common one. A sickness occurs among friends or loved ones, we fire up the prayer network, we gather round in a large group and pray for… Read more »

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 4)

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 4)

When it comes to healing, I’m the most gregarious person in the world. I’ll talk to anyone about it, I’ll ask anyone I respect to pray for me or for… Read more »

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 3)

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 3)

The role of intercession has always been critical in church history. Webster’s Dictionary describes intercession as “prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another”. Pentecost was ushered in through prayer… Read more »

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 2)

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 2)

For a church that makes a commitment to become a Healing Church, the truth is that everything will change. First, it will probably lose members. Every church I know of… Read more »

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 1)

A Church’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 1)

I recall sitting in a large church meeting that was once again, dismissed without an altar call. Having attended the church for a while, I was fairly confident there were… Read more »

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Concluded)

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Concluded)

John Lake, the founder of the Healing Rooms at the turn of the 20th century, had an interesting test for believers who wanted to become healing room workers. They assigned… Read more »

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 4)

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 4)

In the last 3 posts, we have examined the preamble to either self-ministry by a sick person or ministry by a person or team to a seeker. We have established… Read more »

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