Twilight and Dawn
1. Throbbing Pain^2. O God, Don't Let Them Hear Me Cry^3. A Rare Type of Bone Cancer^4. Cobalt Treatments^5. When God Speaks, He Does Not Go Back on His Word^6. The Holy Spirit Was There^7. I've Been Healed of Bone...
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1. Throbbing Pain^2. O God, Don't Let Them Hear Me Cry^3. A Rare Type of Bone Cancer^4. Cobalt Treatments^5. When God Speaks, He Does Not Go Back on His Word^6. The Holy Spirit Was There^7. I've Been Healed of Bone Cancer!^8. The Beginning of a New Life^9. You Are Indeed a Miracle! p. 75^
TWILIGHT AND DAWN: The Great Physician's Second Opinion The story of Gwen Lanning, a woman from Oregon who contracted an aggressive and cruel type of bone cancer. God heard the prayers of hundreds of people, and Gwen's cancer-riddled body was miraculously restored; not a trace of the dreadful disease remained. A great faith-builder, this dramatic book is an excellent evangelistic tool and gift item for those in need of its message.
This is the story of Gwen Lanning, a woman from Oregon who contracted an aggressive type of bone cancer. In response to prayer, Gwen's cancer-riddled body was miraculously restored. Not a trace of the dreadful disease remained.
Kathryn Johanna Kuhlman (1907-1976) was born in Concordia, Missouri, to German-American parents. She underwent a born-again experience at the age of fourteen in the Methodist Church of Concordia, and within two years began preaching, primarily in Baptist churches. Kuhlman traveled extensively around the United States and in many other countries holding "healing crusades" between the 1940s and 1970s. She became one of the most renowned miracle preachers in the world; hundreds of thousands of attendees at her meetings claimed to have received healings. Kuhlman had a weekly TV program in the 1960s and 1970s called I Believe In Miracles, as well as a regular 30-minute radio broadcast - both aired nationally in the US. Kuhlman's methods have had a major influence on faith healer Benny Hinn, who has written a book about her.