Divine Healing

  • Title: Divine Healing
  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • ISBN: 9780883686423
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Divine Healing Why are some people healed while others are not What part do doctors play in divine healing Is it God s will to heal the sick Does sickness come from God or from Satan There are many questions about d
    Why are some people healed while others are not What part do doctors play in divine healing Is it God s will to heal the sick Does sickness come from God or from Satan There are many questions about divine healing Writing from his own experience, Murray examines what the Bible says about sickness and what we can do to obtain healing in Christ.

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    About Andrew Murray


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this nameMurray was Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Murray became a noted missionary leader His father was a Scottish Presbyterian serving the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa, and his mother had connections with both French Huguenots and German Lutherans This background to some extent explains his ecumenical spirit He was educated at Aberdeen University, Scotland, and at Utrecht University in the Netherlands After ordination in 1848 he served pastorates at Bloemfontein, Worcester, Cape Town, and Wellington He helped to found what are now the University College of the Orange Free State and the Stellenbosch Seminary He served as Moderator of the Cape Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church and was president of both the YMCA 1865 and the South Africa General Mission 1888 1917 , now the Africa Evangelical Fellowship.He was one of the chief promoters of the call to missions in South Africa This led to the Dutch Reformed Church missions to blacks in the Transvaal and Malawi Apart from his evangelistic tours in South Africa, he spoke at the Keswick and Northfield Conventions in 1895, making a great impression upon his British and American audiences For his contribution to world missions he was given an honorary doctorate by the universities of Aberdeen 1898 and Cape of Good Hope 1907.Murray is best known today for his devotional writings, which place great emphasis on the need for a rich, personal devotional life Many of his 240 publications explain in how he saw this devotion and its outworking in the life of the Christian Several of his books have become devotional classics Among these are Abide in Christ, Absolute Surrender, With Christ in the School of Prayer, The Spirit of Christ and Waiting on God.


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    1. This book is filled with spiritual wisdom and deep insight. For me, reading this has been a most delighted eye-opener. Andrew Murrey writes about the prerequists for healing, which is repentance from sins and to santify the body by giving it over to God fully. He expands my mind regarding salvation, and he lifts my spirit to a higher level by opening up my eyes to the great love of God and the immeasurable riches contained in the salvation. If you're serious about your relationship to Jesus Chri [...]

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    2. Good ReadRead as part of my daily devotions. This writing certainly proves. God IS the same yesterday, today, and forever. Definitely worth reading.

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    3. I always enjoy Andrew Murray, and the backstory of this book was interesting enough to make me want to read it. The topic of healing in theology is a tricky one, but this was one of the better books I've read about it. For the most part the arguments are fairly standard if you're familiar with the subject, but articulated in a much more charitable and believable style. The author did make certain points with more clarity than I've seen before, even if he did leave a few salient objections unansw [...]

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    4. It is a very good book discussing the biblical principles of healing. However, it is not always the easiest to read. We will be starting a healing ministry at our church and this book will help lay the groundwork for much of that.

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    5. One of the best books on Divine Healing that I have ever read. The author suggests that for one to go the doctor suggests a lack of faith which I disagree with. However, whenever I read it, my faith in God's healing power skyrockets.

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    6. Too legalistic in its approach to healing.

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    7. Probably one of the most balanced approaches to supernatural healing that I've ever read.

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