The Essential Guide to Healing

The Essential Guide to Healing

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by Bill Johnson, Randy Clark
     
 

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Premier Renewal Leaders Present Complete, Accessible Guide to Healing Ministry

The Bible is full of accounts of miraculous healing. And God is moving as amazingly today as he was back then. Thousands are being healed all over the world—and his children are part of it.

For the first time, premier renewal leaders Bill Johnson and Randy Clark team up to equip

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Premier Renewal Leaders Present Complete, Accessible Guide to Healing Ministry

The Bible is full of accounts of miraculous healing. And God is moving as amazingly today as he was back then. Thousands are being healed all over the world—and his children are part of it.

For the first time, premier renewal leaders Bill Johnson and Randy Clark team up to equip Christians to minister healing. Grounded from start to finish in Scripture, Johnson and Clark lay out the rich theological and historical foundation for healing in the church today. Full of inspiring stories, this book offers practical, proven, step-by-step guidance to ministering healing, including how to
• understand the authority of the believer in healing
• create an atmosphere of faith
• receive words of knowledge
• implement the five-step model of healing prayer

The ministry of healing is not reserved for a select few. God's miraculous healing is part of the Good News—and every believer can become a conduit for his healing power.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780800795191
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/01/2011
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
299,774
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Bill Johnson, senior leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California, is a fifth-generation pastor and the bestselling author of When Heaven Invades Earth. Bill and his wife, Beni, serve a growing number of churches through an apostolic network that crosses denominational lines, partnering for revival.

Randy Clark, with a D.Min. from United Theological Seminary, is the founder of Global Awakening, a teaching, healing and impartation ministry. He is also an in-demand international speaker for conferences, missions, leadership training and humanitarian aid. Randy and his wife, DeAnne, live in Pennsylvania.

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The Essential Guide to Healing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the authority yiu are clothed with through the hoky spirit. This book gives testamonies to help supernatural healing make more sense, as well as guidelines on how God speaks to his kids and things to pay attention to while praying for the sick. This is a good book to help you begin to step out in faith and see God move in your dailylife through the simple act of prayer.
BAM78 More than 1 year ago
This book is highly recommended. It has helped me on my spiritual path. Very powerful!
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CafeLily More than 1 year ago
According to the authors, this book was written to encourage readers that God could use them to pray for the sick and see healings take place. The authors write that they have cried out to God in private and have taken risks in public and by using that simple method, they have seen many healings take place in their ministries. They share several testimonies of what has happened before, during and after these healings and also offer a five-step prayer model for those who want to learn to pray for the sick. I have to be honest - I walked away from this book conflicted and uncomfortable because some of the overtones towards ¿denominational¿ beliefs come off a bit arrogant. I would hope it wasn¿t intentionally written to come across that way, but the general insinuation of this book is that denominational churches and their erroneous belief systems have led to the demise of healing amongst the church body. I also had some issues with the way the gifts of the Spirit were written about, (mainly words of knowledge). Based on my reservations about this book, I would not be able recommend it.
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