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The Surprising Connection Between Confession and Healing

Part VIII of our series on Healing and Comforting There’s a wrong way to read some Bible verses.  And, unfortunately, when it comes to experiencing God’s power at work in our lives, we’re prone to do so (of course, we … Continue reading

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The Simplicity of Healing in Christianity

Part VII of our series on Healing and Comforting We talked in the last post about whether healing is a spiritual gift, reserved for only a few Christians, or a Work of Mercy to which all are called.  I place … Continue reading

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Is Healing Reserved for a Few Christians or Should All Practice It?

Part VI of our series on Healing and Comforting Healing is unique among all the Works of Mercy in that it is the only one that shows up in Paul’s list of spiritual gifts in 1 Corinthians 12:7-11: Now to … Continue reading

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