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6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing txt 6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing , text ebook 6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing , adobe reader 6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing , chapter 2 6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing , 6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing 952e68 This Book Will Help You Destroy The Traditions Of Man And Lies Of Religion That Nullify The Power Of God In Your Life What We Believe About God And How He Works Can Have A Dramatic Impact On How We Approach Him And What We Expect Of Him Many Believers Believe Lies About Him That Keep Them Bound And Prevent Healing In Their Bodies And In Their Lives In This Short Ebook You Ll Learn What Some Of The Top Lies Are That Hold Christians And Unbelievers Back When It Comes To Divine HealingStop Believing Lies Healing Is Within Your Grasp


About the Author: Steve Bremner

Steve Bremner is a Canadian author, blogger, ghostwriter and audiobook narrator who loves all things relating to books He also currently lives in Peru, where he s lived since early 2009, making disciples within a missional community in Chorrillos, outside of the nation s capital of Lima.He also helps others harness the messages they re burning with and create their own books Steve is the hosts a



10 thoughts on “6 Lies People Believe About Divine Healing

  1. says:

    My review from I recently finished this book on a trip out to California, it was an interesting and easy read Steve takes on the topic of Divine healing which is an area of debate by folks and I give him credit for that.There were intentional examples of scripture that Steve used for connectivity to biblical healing and some engaging personal examples In the book, Steve sets out to tackle some of the misconceptions of healing that I would envision most people struggle with at some point in their life I definitely could get a sense of Steve s passion and his desire to reveal God s heart of restoration This is one guy s commentary, but I do wish Steve wove in personal examples of healing to connect to his points.I wrestled with some stuff in the book but I took the time to approach Steve and he was very willing to expand upon the perspective he shares in the book My take awaywe can have healing through Jesus Christ today but why aren t people seeing of it The gospel of John 14 12 shares that Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father Definitely made me pause and think.I enjoyed the book, learned a few things and recommend it


  2. says:

    This book encouraged me to stop settling and pursue my healing


  3. says:

    I found this book to be a quick read The author s style is very conversational and relatable It s evident that he believes in what he s saying with all his heart, and he has a great deal of Scripture and analysis to back up everything he says.I found it a very challenging read because it went against many of my unspoken assumptions about the validity of faith healing The six lies referred to in the title are certainly ones that I ve heard and perhaps even believed or I just never thought about before Everything he had to say made me think and consider very hard.I don t know if I believe everything in this book, but I think I want to Like the father of the epileptic son, I m saying, Lord, I believe help my unbelief.


  4. says:

    I was very encouraged by this book Somehow, I ve recently added a book on miracles, this book, and another on preparing for miracles to my Kindle No plan to it they just looked good so I got them Along the way I became convinced that, yes, miracles still happen today, and that healing of disabling chronic conditions might be possible for me So I set out to find someone to pray for my healing Well, it hasn t happened yet, but I believe it s on its way, thanks largely to this book, some dedicated pray ers and God s love.


  5. says:

    I thought this book was awesome and have recommended it to my husband I have always been asked the questions about the lies and never really had the answers till now Thank you


  6. says:

    This book is opinionated, to the point, and completely unapologetic, yet sensitive and insightful I don t think I d give it five stars if I hadn t read the introduction in which the writer shares where the book is coming from, which is his own experiences and research after seeing faith healing and hands on healing work In the context that he sets the book in, it s very good I m going to spend time looking over it, researching some of the scriptural references some of which were presented in a way that was totally new to me despite my 22 years as an ordained member of Christian clergy impressive , and simply sitting with what he has to say It s worth a look and maybe even a second one Also, accessibility tip I was able to listen to the audiobook on Hoopla free with my public library card If you don t have one you might want to check and see if that s an option and listen during commutes if you have trouble fitting in all the reading you d like to do.


  7. says:

    These six lies are very common and this book does a great job of explaining why people have bought into these lies and what the Word of God has to say It helps remove the doubts people have about healing, timing, God s will and this book will help your faith grow.


  8. says:

    I read many books on healing and I really enjoyed how this book right to the point without being dry.


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