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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 »

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

The Will of God Revisited

The Will of God Revisited

Imagine that one day I came by your house and gave you a discount card for your local supermarket. “Use that whenever you shop,” I say. “I’d like you to get discounts when doing your groceries.” The first time you came around and asked me, “Can I use the discount card today?”, I’d be amused and puzzled, but reply “Of course, that’s what I said, go ahead and use it.”

The second time you came to my home and asked the same question, I’d be slightly irritated, and say “Listen, I told you I wanted you to

Is it God’s will to heal?

Is it God’s will to heal?

You really have to wonder sometimes…if God was not interested in healing, if He didn’t have the willingness to heal today, someone forgot to tell Jesus.

(Acts 10:38 NIV) how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and power, and how he went around doing good and healing all who were under the power of the devil, because God was with him.

Someone also forgot to tell the apostles, because they just continued doing what Jesus did. One interesting thing is that I count 26 times where Jesus healed individuals in the gospels

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