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How Healing Comes – Avenues #12 and #13 (continued)

How Healing Comes – Avenues #12 and #13 (continued)

I find the ministry of Jesus incredibly fascinating. There are 26 instances in the gospels where Jesus healed sick individuals (there were other mass healings). In all of the 26… Read more »

Telling Me Your Condition is Not a Lack of Faith

Telling Me Your Condition is Not a Lack of Faith

I want to revisit the healing of the blind man in Bethsaida (Bethesda) during Jesus ministry. This healing is described in Mark 8, 22 They came to Bethsaida, and some… Read more »

Why I Love Healing Rooms

Why I Love Healing Rooms

A significant healing occurred in Bethsaida (Bethesda) during Jesus ministry. A blind man was brought to Jesus to be healed and what followed was a unique account of healing dissimilar… Read more »

What True Faith Is and Is Not (continued)

What True Faith Is and Is Not (continued)

I feel like the last post left some thoughts unexpressed, so I will continue along those lines and try to tie up some loose ends. We know presumption is not… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #9

How Healing Comes – Avenue #9

Returning to his disciples after the Transfiguration on the mountain, Jesus found a chaotic situation, where his disciples were unable to heal an epileptic boy. In Matthew 17, 14 When… Read more »

Patience, compassion and outrage in healing

Patience, compassion and outrage in healing

It’s tempting to think that as we discuss avenues to healing, that ministering healing is clean, neat and well-organized. God is always organized, but He must use vessels of clay… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #6 (continued)

How Healing Comes – Avenue #6 (continued)

What would you think of a commander who sent his army into battle with water pistols while their tanks and artillery stayed at home? I’m guessing you wouldn’t think very… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #4

How Healing Comes – Avenue #4

Jesus used this approach to healing as much as any other-the laying on of hands. The last chapter in the Book of Mark gives us the Great Commission, in Mark… Read more »

How Healing Comes – Avenue #1 (continued)

How Healing Comes – Avenue #1 (continued)

I’d like to continue in the vein of the last post for a little longer. I have seen over many years in prayer and healing ministry the tendency of most… Read more »

Prayer and Intercession – lost keys to healing

Prayer and Intercession – lost keys to healing

In many churches I have visited in the United States, we seem to be specialists in church socialization. From ‘pizza nights’ to ‘game nights’ to ‘movie nights’, we don’t hold… 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 »

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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