Category: Healing

Why Did Paul Leave Trophimus Sick?

In the last post, Why was this man born blind?, we examined two New Testament passages that are commonly misused to imply that God’s will is sometimes sickness. Today we are looking at two more such passages. “I Left Trophimus

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Why Was This Man Born Blind?

I never saw anybody healed through my hands until I got the issues I was confused about out of the way and became convinced, from scripture, that it’s God’s will. I laid out the scriptural foundation in the article “13

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God Is Doing Way More Than You Know!

Skeptics are often concerned about exaggeration with healing testimonies. Exaggeration is a valid concern, and we should be careful about how we report testimonies. Bethel church has a great set of guidelines for reporting testimonies accurately and responsibly. I’m sometimes

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Hope For The Chronically Ill

Last week we shared the story of Janice Campbell-Paul’s descent into disability and the resulting isolation and rejection that she encountered. Today we are continuing with another excerpt from her book “The Secret Wife.” Jesus is a wonderful savior and

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The Pain Of Chronic Illness

Today and next week we have excerpts from the book “The Secret Wife”, by Janice Campbell-Paul. Janice found herself disabled and in a wheelchair, crippled by fibromyalgia. God supernaturally healed her and she moved to India to marry her internet

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Get out of the “Blame Game!”

Last week and the week before we talked about the fallacies of the “100%” criticism. The “100%” criticism claims that we have no right to teach the biblical doctrines of faith and God’s will to heal if we don’t demonstrate them

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“If Healing Is So Simple, Why Don’t You Get 100% Results?”

Last week we pointed out the fallacy of questioning God’s will to heal or a person’s right to teach it if that person doesn’t demonstrate 100% success with ministering healing. Today we continue to talk about the same, especially in

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Do You Get 100% Results Ministering Healing?

In part 1, part 2, and part 3 on the “new faith movement,” we looked at how today’s “faith movement” tends to differ with many past faith and healing movements. Some of the main points were that the “new faith

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 3

The last few weeks we’ve been talking about some of the ways today’s faith movement tends to differ with some of the faith and healing movements of the past. (See part 1 and part 2) Today we are looking at

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 2

Last week we started our discussion of how the “new faith movement” differs from several “faith movements” that people are familiar with from the past. We started by talking about how the focus is changing from “getting your healing” to ministering

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