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A Better Covenant, Founded on Better Promises

A Better Covenant, Founded on Better Promises

The kings of Israel and Judah could variously be classed as good or bad, depending on how godly their reign was. Some of the good kings were David, Asa, Josiah… Read more »

“With Four Hours of Daily Television, No One Shall See The Lord”

“With Four Hours of Daily Television, No One Shall See The Lord”

You’ll have to bear with me today as I blog about television and its effects on the Christian. “What’s this got to do with healing?” you may ask, but to… Read more »

Humililty as an Avenue to Healing

Humililty as an Avenue to Healing

Naaman the Syrian had a problem with his skin and it wasn’t one that money, rank or status could solve.  He could not hide or gloss over his skin disease… Read more »

Dealing With Tragedy

Dealing With Tragedy

The events of Columbine, Virginia Tech and many other tragic examples highlight times in people’s lives when they deal with tragedy. In the two cases mentioned, it is sons and… Read more »

Growth through Service

Growth through Service

The question believers often ask is how they might grow in their faith for healing and in their effectiveness in ministry. Healing is supernatural, but like many other supernatural things,… Read more »

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy (Part 3)

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy (Part 3)

I’ll conclude this three-part post and try to bring it all together. Not all sin leads to sickness, and not all sickness is the result of sin. Jesus died for… Read more »

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy (Part 2)

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy (Part 2)

In the last post, we looked at healing at the Pool of Bethesda, described below; John 5:14 Later Jesus found him at the temple and said to him, “See, you… Read more »

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy

Sin, Sickness, Forgiveness, and Mercy

An important topic for Christians is the relationship between sin and sickness. Another is the connection between forgiveness of sins and mercy. There are many thoughts here, so this will… Read more »

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 »

God has a sense of humor

God has a sense of humor

A few years ago, I was talking on the phone with a friend in Atlanta. A few minutes in, she mentioned that she would be going in for an operation… Read more »

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