One Hundred Divine Healing Facts
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About "One Hundred Divine Healing Facts"
As a Christian, you claim the salvation provided for by Jesus' death and resurrection. But did you know that Christ died to save you from more than just sin and death? His death also provided for your salvation from all sickness and every disease. Sickness is never God's will for you. God desires for His Children to live free from cancer, tumors, allergies, diseases, broken bones, and even the common-cold. T. L. Osborn, in his pocket-size book "One Hundred Divine Healing Facts," provides 100 Bible-based reasons for you never to be sick again. You will be given a list of Bible references to study concerning your health. Knowing the truth as contained in God's Word will set you free to live in perfect health.
Meet the Author
T L Osborn
The ministries of T. L. and Daisy Osborn have made an unprecedented impact on the world in our time. They are valued among the great soulwinners of this century.
Married at ages 17 and 18, the Osborns were missionaries in India at 20 and 21. In 1949 they instituted the OSFO International Gospel Center-a world evangelism and missionary church organization. Their life commitment: To express and to propagate the gospel of Jesus Christ to people throughout the world.
Their guiding principle: the top priority of the church is the evangelization of the world. The Osborns have conducted mass crusades in over 70 nations, preaching to audiences ranging from 20,000 to 250,000 nightly and more. They have sponsored over 25,000 national preachers as full-time missionaries, reaching their own unreached tribes and villages. They have published gospel literature in 132 languages and dialects. They have produced documentary films and crusade tapes for public evangelism in nearly 80 major languages. They have provided airlifts and huge shipments of soulwinning tools for gospel missions and workers worldwide. They have furnished vehicles with films, projectors, screens, generators, P.A. systems, audio cassettes and cassette players, and great quantities of literature for evangelism abroad.