Divine Healing

Miracles, Healings & Personal Experiences (Carnivore Theology Ep. 102C)

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102C - Miracles Healings and Personal Experience

Part three answering listener questions from Tim about whether or not faithful Christians should expect to be healed by Jesus from all their diseases. This time we concentrate on the danger of filtering our faith through personal experience.

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Miracles, Healings and the Gospel (Carnivore Theology Ep. 102B)

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102B - Miracles Healings and the Gospel

Part two answering listener questions from Tim about whether or not faithful Christians should expect to be healed by Jesus from all their diseases. This time we concentrate on whether miracles should be a normal part of gospel preaching.

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Miracles, Healings & Bethel Redding (Carnivore Theology Ep. 102A)

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102A - Miracles Healings and Bethel Redding

We answer a listener question from Tim about the claims coming from the popular Bethel Redding church and whether or not faithful Christians should expect to be healed by Jesus from all their diseases.

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Jesus’ Compassion for the Hurting (Mark 1:29-34, 40-45)

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I celebrated a milestone. On Thursday, August 8th, 2013 I was officially 13,000 days old. That’s 1857 weeks and one day. Or 427 months. Or 35.6 years.

I’ve learned a lot in my 30s. It has truly been the most productive and spiritually challenging decade of my life – so far. But I’ve learned something else about being past the midway mark of my 30s – my body is not what it used to be. It’s not as easy to recover from things as it was when I was in my 20s. I’m not alone though… did you know the average age for retirement from the NHL is 28 years old? Gordie Howe made it the longest at 51 years old, but most players don’t play into their 30s, and I think I know why.

I’m no athlete, but I know that every now and again some part of my body decides it’s going to hurt – for basically no reason. My knees will hurt, or my elbow will hurt, or something else, and I’ll think, “That’s never happened before… what’s that all about?” I used to be able to go outside in the winter, in Edmonton, with nothing but shorts and a t-shirt, I now find myself looking for my extra-thick socks and driving with gloves on.

I used to just jump in and start playing sports, but now I have to make sure I stretch before or I won’t be able to walk for a week. I talk to my dad about it a while ago – he’s 56 – and he tells me that it doesn’t get any better from here on in. Actually, he seems to take some sort of perverse pleasure in telling me about all the horrible things I can look forward to.

Jesus’ Heart for the Sick

On the topic of health, today we are going to talk about the healing ministry of Jesus as we read about a couple of His miracles. What I want to zone in on today is Jesus’ attitude towards the sick and what it teaches us. We looked before at the big question, “If Jesus can heal anyone from anything, then why do people get sick?”, but now I want us to look at Jesus’ heart for those who are suffering. Read the rest of this entry »