Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
[Jesus] disavowed entirely the idea that sickness was sent by God...
The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible
[Jesus] disavowed entirely the idea that sickness was sent by God as a punitive measure, nor did he encourage the belief that the sufferer ought to remain ill in order to acquire courage or learn patience. On the one occasion where the sufferer raised the possibility that it might not, after all, be the will of Christ for healing to take place (Matt. 8:2–3; Mark 1:40; Luke 5:12–13), Jesus was at pains to banish the implied suggestion immediately, and proceeded to heal the leper forthwith.
Fundamental to all his healing activity was his conviction that disease was not an established part of the divine order of things.
Don't be afraid to change your course
ROBERT R. MacKUSICK
The basis for making decisions
WILLIAM MILFORD CORRELL
Getting it right
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Options or God-directed choice?
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
DID YOU EVER WONDER?
MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS
Is there a way out of deficits?
WILLIAM E. MOODY
Prayer and divine satisfaction
The safe place
While in my second year of high school I had...
EUGENE J. FISCHER
One day I was at school, and a little girl accidentally stepped...
The opportunities of being raised in a home where Christian Science...
ALICE HAYNES MOSELEY with contributions from JACK SCOTT MOSELEY
I wish to express my gratitude to God for a healing I had...
AMBROSIA L. de RODRIGUEZ