Will God Heal Me?: God's Power and Purpose in Suffering

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We would all prefer to maintain some level of control and avoid suffering at all costs. That's one main reason we work out, take vitamins, and check our heart rate -- in hopes of not having to suffer in the future. But the Bible clearly teaches that no one is exempt from suffering and sickness.

In Will God Heal Me? the late pastor and author Ron Dunn waded through the misconceptions about human suffering to illuminate the unequivocal love, sovereignty, and goodness of God. This ...

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Overview

We would all prefer to maintain some level of control and avoid suffering at all costs. That's one main reason we work out, take vitamins, and check our heart rate -- in hopes of not having to suffer in the future. But the Bible clearly teaches that no one is exempt from suffering and sickness.

In Will God Heal Me? the late pastor and author Ron Dunn waded through the misconceptions about human suffering to illuminate the unequivocal love, sovereignty, and goodness of God. This new edition of his acclaimed work introduces his teaching to the next generation that will surely benefit from this biblical insight.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433680373
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/1/2013
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 836,100
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author


Ron Dunn (1936 - 2001) was an international itinerate Bible teacher and pastor, and he served as minister-at-large for the MacArthur Blvd. Baptist Church in Irving, Texas. Among his books are Will God Heal Me? and the best-seller Don't Just Stand There -- Pray Something. Dunn was also president of LifeStyle Ministries that produces Bible study and audio recordings and is now headed by his wife, Kaye.
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Table of Contents


Acknowledgments     13
Introduction: There's a New God in Town     15
When Illness Strikes
When Questions Come: Why Doesn't God Just Release His Power and Heal All the Hurts?     25
The Night Side of Life: The Losses and Gains of Suffering     31
Where Does Sickness Come From?: Is God in Sovereign Control of His Universe?     47
By the Rivers of Babylon: The Modern-Day Stigmas of Sickness     59
The Seduction of the Sick: Have We Embraced a Pagan Value?     73
The Seducers: All Seduction Is in Fact Self-Seduction     81
Handling Accurately the Word of Truth
What Do We Mean by "Healing"?: An Important Definition of Terms     93
Handling Accurately the Word of Truth: Careful, Thorough Bible Study Is Vital to a Faith That Truly Honors God     99
Cutting It Straight: Part One: Understanding Three Essential Rules of Biblical Interpretation     105
Cutting It Straight: Part Two: How to Correctly Interpret a Specific Bible Passage     119
Healing: The Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever? Are the Miracles of the New Testament Being Repeated Today?     131
The Healings of Jesus and the Apostles: A Closer Look: Are They Valid Models for Modern-Day Healing?     143
Did Christ Die to Make Us Healthy?: Do You Have the Right to Be Healed?     159
Does God Always Want Us Well?: TheHarmful Side Effects of Unscriptural Teaching     167
Finding God's Good in Suffering
Divine Temple or Clay Pot?: Christians Experience Pain Like Everyone Else but with One Redeeming Difference     179
Praying for the Sick: What You Do Not Receive, You Do Not Require     189
When God Says No: God Often Draws Outside the Lines We Have Drawn for Him     203
"I've Come to Help You Die": There Are No Cures, Only Postponements     217
Something Better Than Healing: The "God-Ultimate Purpose" of Suffering     227
Fear Not: We Can Have Joy in the Presence of Heartache     235
Resources
Notes     245
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