Despite the fact that literally millions of people have received divine healing and have testified to the same, and the Scriptures unequivocally promise healing and deliverance for the believer, there is rising a subtle form of opposition against this great truth that has been so precious to God’s people. The objections raised have a certain plausibility and sometimes succeed in weakening the faith of those who have the greatest need. In this volume we have noted practicallv all the main objections that have been raised against divine healing and have given the Bible answer to them. Included in these objections are the following: If divine healing is for Christians, why are so many sick? Doesn’t the Bible say that the Lord sends sickness upon His people? Is not sickness divine discipline? Was not divine healing intended only for the apostolic age? Did not Jesus say that some sickness was for the glory of God? Does not the Bible declare that Job was a perfect man, and yet he was sick? Does not the Scripture state that Paul was nearly blind? Did not Paul himself declare that he had a thorn in the flesh? What about Timothy’s wine and infirmities? What about Hezekiah’s poultice? These and many other questions are answered in this volume. It is a concise, comprehensive, and compelling answer to those objections raised against divine healing, and a powerful faith-builder to all those who need deliverance.
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