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Ministering to infirm believers in the context of CHURCH
Ministry to Sick Believers in the Context of the Body of Christ according to James 5 (latest teaching – 2015)
What did James mean by “praying over” the sick in James 5:14?
Do Charismatic Churches really understand healing as they think they do?
“We doing the works that Jesus did as he promised in John 14:12? No way…impossible!”
“I have NEVER come upon any ministry with this type of teaching and many other things…”
Why are so few sick believers miraculously healed?
What is the meaning of “by his wounds we are healed” in Isaiah 53 and 1 Peter 2?
Do we always need a “rhema” or a leading from the Holy Spirit before ministering healing?
The New Testament Perspective on Miraculous Healing
Miraculous healing by traditional prayer vs. the use of authority and power
When is it God’s will for the sick to be healed?
What is “the children’s bread” in its proper context?
”Most people who were healed in his ministry did not experience long-lasting healing”
What You Should Do After Jesus Heals You
We have set aside the commands of God to observe our traditions
Our commentary on “An open letter to Robin Williams” by Dr. Keith Ablow
Why are only 10% of prayers for healing answered?
What if nothing happens?
God’s will to heal
Does the “prayer of agreement” for healing have strong support in Scripture?
Hope for healing for infirm believers or “Health Care Reform” and the Church
Why do the James 5 instructions for ministering healing to believers rarely work?
New light on healing from James 5
Command the Healing instead of merely claiming the Healing
Is there a strong Scriptural basis for “claiming one’s healing by faith?”
Ministering healing in the context of EVANGELISM & sharing the gospel