Flora Slosson Wuellner explores the ways God’s generous goodness is available to each of us. By exploring miracles and healing, we find that God’s longing for wholeness in each person is real. Included in the volume are meditation exercises which encourage the reader to fully engage with God and embrace the wholeness God offers individuals and the faith community as a whole. For anyone facing illness or chronic health challenges, this guide opens depths of spiritual richness for the living of a full life while facing such challenges. Readers will truly experience the healing power of Christ through the insights Wuellner offers in Miracle.
"Do miracles ever happen in the traditional sense, in swift, complete, and medically unaccountable ways? Fifty years ago, as a young pastor, I would probably have said no. But over the years, I have become humbler, listened more, and observed more. Yes, acts of wonder still do occur surprisingly often in this physical world."- Introduction
"Once again, Flora Wuellner has written a book of great spiritual insight and depth. This is truly a healing book as it invites the reader to become a participant in Jesus' ministry of healing and transformation. This book affirms that Christ is still alive in our lives, and responds to our deepest hurts and pain. Wuellner reminds us that we can expect great things of God and of ourselves when we awaken to God's miraculous presence in our lives. There are deeper laws of nature than we can imagine, and in opening God, we can experience unexpected and surprising wholeness of body, mind, and spirit. Through scriptural reflections and meditative prayer, Wuellner shows us that God is still working in our lives and that we can renewed, revived, and restored to healing and wholeness God imagines for us."-Bruce Epperly, Lancaster Theological Seminary, author of God's Touch: Faith, Wholeness, and the Healing Miracles of Jesus and Holy Adventure: Forty One Days of Audacious Living
|Publisher:||Upper Room Books|
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