Sickness is a defeated foe. Jesus dies on the cross to redeem us not only from sin but also from sickness He has given every believer the power to take authority over the devil, who is the one responsible for...
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Sickness is a defeated foe. Jesus dies on the cross to redeem us not only from sin but also from sickness He has given every believer the power to take authority over the devil, who is the one responsible for sickness. This means you have the power of authority over sickness and disease in your life
God's Word is clear regarding the issue of healing: it is God's will that you walk in health. This book shows you how to receive the healing that is already yours. It is up to you to find out what God promises you in His Word so you can take hold of His healing power by faith.
Norvel Hayes is a successful businessman, internationally renowned Bible teacher, and founder of several Christian ministries in the U.S. and abroad.
Brother Hayes founded New Life Bible College, located in Cleveland, Tennessee, in 1977. New Life Bible Church grew out of the Bible school's chapel services. The Bible school offers a two-year diploma and off-campus correspondence courses. Among its many other outreaches, the church ministers God's Word and hot meals daily to the poor through New Life Soup Kitchen.
Brother Hayes is also founder and president of New Life Maternity Home, a ministry dedicated to the spiritual, physical and financial needs of young girls during pregnancy; Campus Challenge, an evangelistic outreach that distributes Christian literature on college campuses across America; Street Reach, a ministry dedicated to runaway teens located in Daytona Beach, Florida; and Children's Home, an orphanage home and education center located in India.
Known internationally for his dynamic exposition of the Word of God, Brother Hayes spends most of his time teaching and ministering God's deliverance and healing power in churches, college classrooms, conventions, and seminars, around the world. Visit the author's website at: www.nhm.cc.