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Jesus is still He who heals both soul and body. Salvation offers holiness and healing, and the Holy Spirit is willing to give us a manifestation of His power. When we ask why this divine power is not more often seen, the only biblical answer to be found is: “Because of your unbelief.” Health as well as salvation is to be obtained by faith. The natural tendency of man is t Jesus is still He who heals both soul and body. Salvation offers holiness and healing, and the Holy Spirit is willing to give us a manifestation of His power. When we ask why this divine power is not more often seen, the only biblical answer to be found is: “Because of your unbelief.” Health as well as salvation is to be obtained by faith. The natural tendency of man is to bring about his salvation by his works, and it is only with difficulty that he comes to receive it by faith. But when it is a question of healing the body, he has still more difficulty grasping that truth. As to salvation, he finally accepts it because there is no other way to open the door of heaven. But for the body, he makes use of many other treatments. But happy is he who understands that it is the will of God to show the power of Jesus and to reveal to us His Fatherly love by healing physically as well as spiritually. By doing so, He increases and confirms our faith and teaches us that He demonstrates the power of redemption in the body as well as in the soul. This book provides biblical clarity concerning divine healing, and supplies basic and applicable principles necessary to having faith concerning healing. The author makes it very clear that we are not healed based on who we are, but based on who Christ is. About the Author Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was a well-known South African writer, teacher, and pastor. More than 2 million copies of his books have been sold, and his name is mentioned among the other great leaders of the past such as Charles Spurgeon, T. Austin-Sparks, George Muller, D.L. Moody, and more.


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Jesus is still He who heals both soul and body. Salvation offers holiness and healing, and the Holy Spirit is willing to give us a manifestation of His power. When we ask why this divine power is not more often seen, the only biblical answer to be found is: “Because of your unbelief.” Health as well as salvation is to be obtained by faith. The natural tendency of man is t Jesus is still He who heals both soul and body. Salvation offers holiness and healing, and the Holy Spirit is willing to give us a manifestation of His power. When we ask why this divine power is not more often seen, the only biblical answer to be found is: “Because of your unbelief.” Health as well as salvation is to be obtained by faith. The natural tendency of man is to bring about his salvation by his works, and it is only with difficulty that he comes to receive it by faith. But when it is a question of healing the body, he has still more difficulty grasping that truth. As to salvation, he finally accepts it because there is no other way to open the door of heaven. But for the body, he makes use of many other treatments. But happy is he who understands that it is the will of God to show the power of Jesus and to reveal to us His Fatherly love by healing physically as well as spiritually. By doing so, He increases and confirms our faith and teaches us that He demonstrates the power of redemption in the body as well as in the soul. This book provides biblical clarity concerning divine healing, and supplies basic and applicable principles necessary to having faith concerning healing. The author makes it very clear that we are not healed based on who we are, but based on who Christ is. About the Author Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was a well-known South African writer, teacher, and pastor. More than 2 million copies of his books have been sold, and his name is mentioned among the other great leaders of the past such as Charles Spurgeon, T. Austin-Sparks, George Muller, D.L. Moody, and more.

30 review for Divine Healing: He gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of weakness – Matthew 10:1 (Murray Updated Classics Book 3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Breezee

    Jesus heals. Period. And his divine healing makes the broken, sick sinner whole. Scratch that. He makes the broken, sick sinner brand new.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Andy Bintoro

    This book composed as a devotional how we pray and waiting for a healing. This is not a complicated theology book and perhaps means for the author to share his experience in divine healing.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thom Connors

    This is a short book with very short chapters with each chapter looking at a particular aspect of divine healing. I read this book to strengthen my faith in God's work of healing--and I was not disappointed. If you have read Andrew Murray you are aware of his style of writing. Murray systematically will peruse the entire Bible on the given subject of his book! Unlike other authors, however, he does so in a succinct manner. Thus, this is a short Biblical treatise on healing. My main take-away from This is a short book with very short chapters with each chapter looking at a particular aspect of divine healing. I read this book to strengthen my faith in God's work of healing--and I was not disappointed. If you have read Andrew Murray you are aware of his style of writing. Murray systematically will peruse the entire Bible on the given subject of his book! Unlike other authors, however, he does so in a succinct manner. Thus, this is a short Biblical treatise on healing. My main take-away from Divine Healing is this: if Jesus truly (and accurately) represents God then God must care for the body, that is, our physical well-being matters to God. This then becomes the basis for divine healing. This is underscored by a second point that Murray makes: Our bodies-not our souls or spirit- is the temple of the Holy Spirit. This last point gave me a new appreciation for the importance the body has in God's design. The body is not simply a piece of clothing that needs to be tidied up occassionally but a sacred treasure valued by God. In this way, Murray reverses the importance of the body from a human-centric emphasis to a God-centered one. Lastly, Murray's writing style is devotional and similar to other religious authors of his period (late 19th century). If you can get past some of these stylistic bumps I believe Murray gives some keen insight on divine healing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mason

    In the chapter entitled “is sickness a chastisement?” Murray postulates that there is a close relationship between sin and sickness; while he does recognise sinfulness and illness do not always go together, it does - according to him - tend to be the case that being sinful leads to being ill. Therefore, if one is ill you should immediately repent because the removal of ones sin can lead to the Holy Spirit healing you. In an age of modern scientific knowledge I am extremely alarmed that people th In the chapter entitled “is sickness a chastisement?” Murray postulates that there is a close relationship between sin and sickness; while he does recognise sinfulness and illness do not always go together, it does - according to him - tend to be the case that being sinful leads to being ill. Therefore, if one is ill you should immediately repent because the removal of ones sin can lead to the Holy Spirit healing you. In an age of modern scientific knowledge I am extremely alarmed that people think that this book can provide one with knowledge and wisdom on sickness - it is clear that this man is just a religious fanatic and that he has zero understanding on the topic that he is talking about. This means that the only value one can derive from this work (and, I would say, all of Murray’s) is it can help us to understand how batshit insane and dumb this species was in the past - and currently are.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Hennessy

    Encouraging and practical. A must read....... For all devotees of Jesus Messiah Mr Murray exhorts to every believer to not live below our privileges as followers of Jesus Christ. To take hold of what is our inheritance and live out our faith, daily. This book is for the devote disciple, who will hear and obey and carry the mandate set forth by Christ.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bobby

    Faith to Believe This is yet another great read and study by Murray. If you are looking for a book on healing with Scriptural Truth then you don’t have to look no further. Murray expounds on the subject of healing that builds the faith of those that read and study out God’s word for themselves.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Streit

    Quite a book I so have enjoyed many of the Andrew Murray books.his writings are beautiful as well as timely.this one is a anointed teaching tool.teaching both who we are in Christ and what he has wrought at the cross.another treasure added to my Murray collection.good narration I highly recommend,

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kendra

    A heavy emphasis on sin as the root cause of sickness. It is a collection of essays, so there is lots of overlap, and the book feels somewhat disjointed. The last 2 chapters, which only loosely deal with healing, were by far my favorite.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lori Guerrieri

    Thoroughly Enjoyed this thought provoking book I would recommend this book to anyone searching for a closer relationship with Christ. It challenges a lot of preconceived ideas about God's willingness to work in the lives of His children. Thoroughly Enjoyed this thought provoking book I would recommend this book to anyone searching for a closer relationship with Christ. It challenges a lot of preconceived ideas about God's willingness to work in the lives of His children.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Harstad

    Intriguing There are many books on healing, however this one brought out a few good points about repentance, followed by healing, and more. It read a little slower for me, hence the four stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lou Alice

    Filled with spiritual insights that took me by surprise. I would like to know more about his subject and grow in my experience of living in the true Spirit of God. I do not know when I read the book but it was quite a few years ago.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Diana Wunderle

    Dogma I could not finish it. Church dogma, from cover to cover. The author asserts spiritual healing does not happen with the frequency that it did when Jesus lived, because of our unbelief. He further insists that conversion is required to receive such a gift. Blah blah blah

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary Kay

    Faith is the key This book rattled my cage like no other I've read in recent years. I believe, but Lord, help my unbelief Faith is the key This book rattled my cage like no other I've read in recent years. I believe, but Lord, help my unbelief

  14. 4 out of 5

    Esteban

    Physical healing is part of salvation A thorough but very readable explanation of the provision for and conditions of healing as part of our salvation purchased by Jesus

  15. 5 out of 5

    Glenda

    Good Read Read as part of my daily devotions. This writing certainly proves. God IS the same yesterday, today, and forever. Definitely worth reading.

  16. 5 out of 5

    G.

    I always enjoy Andrew Murray, and the backstory of this book was interesting enough to make me want to read it. The topic of healing in theology is a tricky one, but this was one of the better books I've read about it. For the most part the arguments are fairly standard if you're familiar with the subject, but articulated in a much more charitable and believable style. The author did make certain points with more clarity than I've seen before, even if he did leave a few salient objections unansw I always enjoy Andrew Murray, and the backstory of this book was interesting enough to make me want to read it. The topic of healing in theology is a tricky one, but this was one of the better books I've read about it. For the most part the arguments are fairly standard if you're familiar with the subject, but articulated in a much more charitable and believable style. The author did make certain points with more clarity than I've seen before, even if he did leave a few salient objections unanswered. Definitely some food for thought and prayer.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Scott Macdonald

    It is a very good book discussing the biblical principles of healing. However, it is not always the easiest to read. We will be starting a healing ministry at our church and this book will help lay the groundwork for much of that.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    One of the best books on Divine Healing that I have ever read. The author suggests that for one to go the doctor suggests a lack of faith which I disagree with. However, whenever I read it, my faith in God's healing power skyrockets. One of the best books on Divine Healing that I have ever read. The author suggests that for one to go the doctor suggests a lack of faith which I disagree with. However, whenever I read it, my faith in God's healing power skyrockets.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jared Barber

    Too legalistic in its approach to healing.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julia Curcio

    Probably one of the most balanced approaches to supernatural healing that I've ever read. Probably one of the most balanced approaches to supernatural healing that I've ever read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    dianne stobbe

  22. 5 out of 5

    Robert S Beman Jr

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bob Flaherty

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

  25. 4 out of 5

    Marty Gaines

  26. 4 out of 5

    Brandy Uplegger

  27. 5 out of 5

    Robert Flynn

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mathias

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pastordiana Brevan

  30. 5 out of 5

    April Cassidy

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