A POINT OF CONTACT

The command of Christ Jesus to heal the sick is emphasized throughout the Gospels. By word and deed, by precept and practice, he showed the redemptive power of Christianity to be one with its healing power. His redemptive mission for mankind included a return to bodily strength and vigor. The phenomenal success of primitive Christianity was due to devoted disciples who went from city to city healing sickness and destroying sin.

The relationship of preaching to healing is the same as the relationship of theory to practice. A theory is of little value unless it is confirmed by proof. So it is with Christianity. "Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them" (Matt. 7:20).

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