The Supernatural Quest to Restore Your Lost Birthright!
The Bible is filled with divine healing! From cover to cover, Scripture reveals many miraculous healings where the sick, terminally ill, and even the dead are restored to wholeness.
So how did healing—something natural for Jesus and the early church—become unfamiliar and controversial?
In Authority to Heal, Randy Clark shows you the historical facts behind what happened to the practice of divine healing, and shares Biblical truths and surprising testimonies from church history.
Learn to reclaim this supernatural inheritance by…
- Recognizing and overcoming deceptions that block the flow of God’s power
- Unlocking your inheritance of healing authority
- Deepening your understanding of God’s goodness through His signs and wonders
- Accessing the same power in which Jesus, the early church and Spiritempowered miracle-workers throughout history walked
In Power to Heal, you were equipped to pray for the sick. In Authority to Heal, go deeper as Randy shares his personal healing journey, eyewitness stories of miraculous healings, and revelatory insights from Scripture, theology and church history.
Discover how God’s healing river has never stopped flowing… and unleash its power in your life today!
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About the Author
Randy Clark, DMin is the President and Founder of Global Awakening. Established in 1994, Global Awakening is an apostolic ministry that aims to equip the body of Christ through ministry schools, training programs, conferences and international missions trips. Through his ministry, Randy has seen tens of thousands healed and brought to salvation. He is the author of There Is More, Power to Heal and Essential Guide to the Power of the Holy Spirit.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Marked by His Power 33
Chapter 1 A Childhood Shaped by Healing 35
Chapter 2 From Healed to Healing Ministry 43
Part 2 Foundations for Divine Healing 57
Chapter 3 Biblical Foundations for Healing 59
Chapter 4 Biblical Basis for the Continuation of Spiritual Gifts 69
Chapter 5 A Theology of Healing Demonstration and Empowerment 83
Chapter 6 Theological Foundations for Impartation 95
Part 3 The Issue of Faith in Healing 107
Chapter 7 How to Flow in God's Supernatural Healing Power 109
Chapter 8 God Intends to Heal 131
Part 4 A History of Healing Theology and Supernatural Demonstration 143
Chapter 9 Early Church History and Divine Healing 145
Chapter 10 The First 400 Years of Church History: An Era of Healing and Miracles 155
Part 5 How We Lost Our Inheritance 171
Chapter 11 The Church Moves Away from Healing 173
Chapter 12 Church Factors and the Decline of Healing 183
Chapter 13 The Church Rejects the Holy Spirit 195
Chapter 14 Cessationism: A Brief Examination of the Teachings of B.B. Warfield 209
Part 6 Reclaiming Our Authority to Heal 213
Chapter 15 The Healing River of God 215
Conclusion A New Pentecost 225
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Foundational Evidence and Powerful Testimonies of God's Mirale Healing Power In his book “Authority to Heal – Restoring the Lost Inheritance of God’s Healing Power” Randy Clark demonstrates the relevance of Biblical scholarship, Church history, and the formation of theological conclusions. Clark looks into Scriptures and the history of the Church to establish a Biblical foundation for divine healing, and the continuation of Spiritual gifts and a theology of supernatural empowerment, and the impartation of healing as a birthright available to Christians today. Examples of miraculous healing in the ministries of Moses, Elijah, Elisha and other O. T. prophets were used as prophetic indicators to point Israel to their coming Messiah. Jesus’ healing ministry in the New Testament fulfilled many of these prophecies which also confirm his identity as the Christ, the promised Messiah. The book is filled with life lessons in walking for faith, understanding spiritual warfare, prayer, and stewardship. Amazing real-life stories are included which testify of authentic, verifiable miracles of healing and deliverance. Clark is motivated by a heartfelt desire to clear up some of the confusion and misunderstanding, regarding the continuation of spiritual gifts and an expectation of the miraculous. Clark testifies of how his own personal healing experience moved him from academic thinking to recognizing the truth that, “God has always intended the ministry of healing to be a normative part of the life of the Church.” Thoroughly researched and well documented “Authority to Heal” is scholarly, thought provoking and relevant for today; a valuable resource for both clergy and lay Christians. This is a book that will resonate with anyone ready to tap into God’s anointing by “Restoring the Lost Inheritance of God’s Healing Power.” A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.