Reviews and comments from distinguished readers:
Pastor Dan Zirkle of Our Finest Hour Church in Broken Arrow, OK is also radio host of the highly respected Our Finest Hour broadcast on OASIS Radio Network.
Pastor Zirkle writes:
“I have read Harriett Ford’s booklet excerpted from Faith Says What God Says. In it, she offers brief meditations and prayers and presents vital healing truths, examples of divine healing, and practical ideas for making the truth become reality for the doer of the Word. If you are looking for nuggets to build your faith, especially in the area of divine healing, this book will encourage your walk with the God of supernatural healing.”
Dr. Marla Woodmansee, president and radio host of the popular Kingdom Xperience broadcast (FM 88.1, Branson, MO) is also producer of the Kingdom Xperience Magazine, is a Bible communicator, popular women’s conference speaker, and much more. She holds a Master’s Degree from Assembly of God Theological Seminary and has studied abroad in Israel’s Jerusalem University. She has been instrumental in bringing nationally known speakers to the 2019, “It Is Possible” Branson Kingdom Xperience Summit. See her web site at (www.marlawoodmansee.org).
Dr. Woodmansee writes:
Harriett gives understanding and the full mind of God in this excellent book on healing. She encourages us to believe God’s word and have faith to receive healing. Informative and empowering! These messages are right up there with Kenneth and Gloria’s. I urged her to publish this collection of healing truths.”
Doctor Dave Walker, practicing physician and author of the best-selling God in the ICU, (which is listed on Page One of Amazon for inspirational biographies) has honored me with his comments. Dr. Walker regularly prays for his patients and has seen miraculous outcomes. He also observes that, impressive as the testimonies of healing miracles are, there is nothing more profound than a victorious attitude in those who are living with difficulty. He names heroes of the faith who live with missing limbs, terrible scars, etc., fearless witnesses for Jesus. Dave Roever, Joni Erickson Tada and soul-surfer Bethany Hamilton come to mind.
Dr. Walker writes:
“This is not the sort of book one can just glance at. There is so much good content and so much wisdom, obviously gained from experience. I'm thoroughly enjoying it and applying much, although one really needs it by one's bed or in the closet of one's quiet time.
“It's also making me think. Dorelle and I have just been involved with the son of our neighbor, who had pancreatic cancer. We prayed with him so much, and I was standing on God's Word. God undertook in amazing ways. He developed a deep closeness to the Lord and when he was in the hospital the Lord spontaneously sent all the people with whom he needed to be reconciled, to visit him. However, in spite of our prayers—and the prayers of SO many—he died at the age of 49. As you say early on, there are still mysteries in healing, but that should not stop us from continuing to do what Jesus did and pray for the sick.