Spiritual Healing

"God's law is not limited. It is infinite,
ever present, ever available"

In one of the highly dramatic scenes of all history the Apostle Paul, who, after his conversion to Christianity, had been stoned, beaten, imprisoned, and persecuted in many ways, was given a hearing before King Agrippa and his court. "Agrippa was come," the Bible says, "and Bernice, with great pomp, and was entered into the place of hearing, with the chief captains, and principal men of the city" (Acts 25:23). And before them all Paul defended himself. With utmost simplicity he told of his life and his work: that at first he persecuted the followers of Christ Jesus but that then a heavenly vision caused him to see the error of his ways, and so he turned his whole life into one of service to Christianity.

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The Means Are Available
March 7, 1964

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