Finding the Power to Heal [NOOK Book]

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Amazingly in Christian circles the topic of healing stirs as much controversy as it does in the secular world. Healing is mysterious for sure, as there is no proven single method whether by current medical science or by prayer for so many devastating sicknesses. But, healing is to be a part of the Christian experience and it is vital to discover how to tap into the power that is available to a believer in Christ Jesus. The Bible gives us the keys to finding our healing. But it takes discovery to find out which ...
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Overview

Amazingly in Christian circles the topic of healing stirs as much controversy as it does in the secular world. Healing is mysterious for sure, as there is no proven single method whether by current medical science or by prayer for so many devastating sicknesses. But, healing is to be a part of the Christian experience and it is vital to discover how to tap into the power that is available to a believer in Christ Jesus. The Bible gives us the keys to finding our healing. But it takes discovery to find out which words will apply to us in any given situation. When those words come alive in our heart we find the faith it takes to receive our healing. We need to find what will trigger our faith to release the power in our lives.
The author, Daryl T Sanders, has prayed for thousands of healings over his Christian life in the past forty years. He has seen all kinds of healing from cancer to headaches, yet, as is true of all believers there were those he has prayed for that did not get healed. The author has reviewed most of the major healing examples in the Bible to help find which may stir the faith of the reader to be healed.
The book is a journey of faith and the reader is encouraged to read the book with an open mind and heart to see how they can find the power they need.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016307701
  • Publisher: booksbydaryl
  • Publication date: 2/6/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 141 KB

Meet the Author

Daryl Sanders has a varied background from his early years raised in the inner city of Cleveland, OH to playing football at The Ohio State University. He majored in marketing and played professional football for the Detroit Lions. He left there to become an executive with a Fortune 500 Company, and after 10 years became a Cadillac Dealer. Later he and his wife founded a church with emphasis on helping the poor and disadvantaged as well as foreign missionary travel. He went to the Ukraine 13 times. He has written eight books and writes a blog. He is a teacher, specializing in strengthening men in their faith, encouraging men to grow in faith, live in faith, and walk in faith.
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