Seven Things You Should Know About Divine Healing
1. It Is God's Will To Heal You ^2. Sickness Comes From Satan ^3. Healing Is Provided In The New Testament ^4. Methods Whereby Healings Can Be Obtained^5. Know The Difference ^6. Healing Is Not Always Instant ^7. Healing Can...
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1. It Is God's Will To Heal You ^2. Sickness Comes From Satan ^3. Healing Is Provided In The New Testament ^4. Methods Whereby Healings Can Be Obtained^5. Know The Difference ^6. Healing Is Not Always Instant ^7. Healing Can Be Lost ^
Seven Things You Should Know About Divine Healing shares powerful scriptural truths that prove it is God's will to heal!
Kenneth E. Hagin, world-renowned minister and author, died September 2003 after nearly 70 years in ministry. Born August 20, 1917, Hagin had been in the ministry for nearly 70 years from the time God miraculously healed him of a deformed heart and an incurable blood disease at the age of 17. He was raised from his deathbed in 1934 by the revelation of faith in God's Word. Known as the "father of the modern faith movement," Rev. Hagin was a dynamic preacher, teacher, and prophet known for ministering healing and for the message of faith. His teachings and books are filled with vivid stories that show God's power and truth working in his life and the lives of others. Hagin's ministry was part of a nationwide healing revival in the 1950s and '60s. Since its inception, Kenneth Hagin Ministries has expanded to include numerous media outreaches and ministries that will continue to grow and impact the world. His Faith Library Publications has more than 65 million books in print. The ministry has a weekly television and radio program. The Word of Faith, a free monthly magazine has nearly 250,000 subscribers. Hagin's ministry included Rhema Bible Training Centres in 14 nations, Rhema churches in more than 110 countries. In 1979, he founded the Rhema Prayer and Healing Centre to provide a place for the sick to come and build their faith. Rev. Hagin is survived by his wife, Oretha; two children, Kenneth Hagin Jr. and Pat Harrison; 5 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren. - Publisher.