Many people are willing to acknowledge the value of prayer in providing...

Many people are willing to acknowledge the value of prayer in providing comfort for those afflicted with long-term sickness or incurable disease. But does prayer have a place for those who want full healing? In this week's issue you'll discover how three people faced with very different physical challenges were totally healed. One individual overcame Crohn's disease, which is considered incurable.

What about debilitating mental conditions? In "Spiritual vision, the way to freedom," you'll learn of a woman's longing to break out of a narrow, limiting environment and how that desire was satisfied. "A healing answer to alcoholism" is explored in another piece. The realization that God doesn't give us conflicting ideas provided the author of "Some lessons in healing conflict" a lifelong insight that has helped others.

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Courage to stand when healing comes slowly
March 3, 1997
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