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Here's a simple way I understand how Father feels about healing. Remember that healing is a part of salvation/sozo/soteria. The Bible says again and again that it is God's will for everyone to be saved, right? Well, since healing is a part of salvation, God isn't going to take away one of the things Jesus paid for with His blood. Father didn't change His mind about forgiveness of sins or eternal life. He hasn't changed His mind about healing either.
I know people sometimes ask, Well, what about when people aren't healed? Does that mean it is God's will for them to be sick? I'll answer a question with a question: Well, what about people who go to hell or aren't born again? Was that God's will? Heck, no! God wants every single person to be with Him.
I'll be honest. I don't know why some people are healed and others aren't. I don't know why some people believe Jesus while others aren't saved. I do know the enemy has a hand in whether someone is healed, as well as the way people respond to the Gospel. Satan's job is to steal, kill, and destroy. He is always trying to do those things to people, but that doesn't mean it is God's will or that He wants that to happen.
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"This is a must read book for children. Children most often are told to read books that do not assist them in their spiritual growth. This book will help you to do the first thing Jesus told you to do. Get yourself free. It does not matter how much you know if you are not free in your spirit. Without that you can't apply your knowledge in life. This book gets to the root problems before you spend years loading yourself up with all kinds of junk. Get this book and read it. You will be blessed." Dr. Henry Malone, President and Founder of Vision Life Ministries, Irving, Texas, Author of Shadowboxing
It is terrific, and I love how easy it is to read and understand. The comic strips give me a visual. Having an image helps me to grasp it. The questions at the end of the chapters are a great way to reflect on what I have read. My favorite chapter was The Seven Spirits of God. It was new for me, and I liked it. Overall, it was a wonderful well written book. Tatum, age 13
The first thing I can say is WOW (with a lot more wow's after it). This is probably the most impressive book I have read regarding the Christian faith because you started with the basics (salvation) and then went right into demons and stuff that normal Christians don't think they have to deal with. My favorite part was the chapters on deliverance and healing. I have been around healing and deliverance for several years but deliverance has confused and scared me. You put it simply and straight forward not using flowery language. Claire, age 13