To trust God alone for healing, except as a last resort, is stupendous folly, according to the revivalist whom the Tribune quoted to the effect that praying for the sick without calling a doctor is as presumptuous as was Satan's temptation of Jesus to cast himself down from the pinnacle of the temple and expect God to save him from death. Neither Bible teaching nor practical experience supports such doctrine.
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