List/Grid Tag Archives: Obstacles to Healing

The London Train Platform Experience

The London Train Platform Experience

I had been a Christian for a few months and found myself sitting on a platform in London on this particular day, waiting for the next train. A man came… Read more »

The Triumph of Precision

The Triumph of Precision

Precision is essential to the healing ministry.  Without it, we often flail about, turn up the volume, and hope for results that seldom materialize. What do I mean by ‘precision’… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Who Are You, Really?

Who Are You, Really?

It never fails. Regardless of which church or which city I’m in, attending a typical evangelical church, I hear that one phrase that grates against my heart and my sensibilities…. 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 »

Costly Mistakes in Ministry and Redemption

Costly Mistakes in Ministry and Redemption

Years ago, I was called to a hospital to pray for a young woman who endured a brain aneurysm. She was in a coma and had been so for days…. 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 »

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 3)

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (Part 3)

The last two posts laid out a foundation for an individual path to healing. To recap, they looked at healing as a lifestyle and the desirability of storing up the… Read more »

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (continued)

An Individual’s Practical Path to Healing (continued)

In my last post, I asserted that healing is best viewed as a lifestyle, not just an event. This is especially so if God has called you into the healing… Read more »

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