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  • Paperback: 199 pages
  • Publisher: Insight Publishing Group (June 25, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1930027591
  • ISBN-13: 978-1930027596
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,776,721 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Christians love to think God will use sickness to mold their character, even though Jesus never did. The truth about "suffering" is the persecution, shame, and ridicule believers will receive, and not suffering with sickness. Sickness was a curse of the law, and since the law has been put away, sickness can no longer be part of the "theology" of suffering.

Every Christian needs to read this book
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This is perhaps the best book I have ever read on this topic! Most Christians have to go through a proses of unlearning a bunch of bad theology on this topic that they learned throughout the years. I know I did. For most of my Christian walk I believed certain things to be true about healing based on my own personal experience and because of what I was taught. One thing God showed me a few years ago is that we as Christians must not base our doctrine on personal experience but only on Scripture (For example: I prayed for so and so. They where not healed, therefore it must not have been Gods will for them to be healed. This is something most of us do, but its wrong). It wasnt until I read the Scriptures and studied this topic for myself that God opened my eyes to the truth. This book is Biblical. Everything written in it checks out in Scripture. I encourage you to read it with an open heart. Read it with the attitude which says "God I dont care what I've been taught in the past. I dont care what my friends or family believe. I just want to know the truth." And God will open your eyes!
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Nowhere in the Bible does it say that God puts things on you to teach you something; or that someone's baby or young child died because God wanted more babies in heaven. Have you been taught that when your child (or someone you love) dies in a car wreck, or in a plane crash, or is murdered in their neighborhood, that no one understands why God "took" that person, so it must've been "their time", because no one understands "God's mysterious will"??? Then why does the Bible tell us that God wants us saved, healed, delivered, set free, safe from all danger? This book will prove to you with hundreds of scriptures from the Bible that horrible disasters like 9/11 were not God's perfect will for America, and that we don't need to live in fear when such things happen in our world. Read this book. Learn God's true plan for your life, and how He loves you and would never put sickness, disease or fear on you or your family. God is a loving God who only wants the best for you. If it weren't true, why did He go through such pain, torture and suffering on that cross?

This book will encourage you and introduce you to your loving Father God.
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This is an amazing book. It disqualifies all the lies we have believed about God and His Will. Great examples and very easy reading.
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It is all over the Bible that God allows trials at times, in the Christian life and He uses them to increase our faith (James 1:2,3) and to make us more like Christ (Romans 8:28&29). God is good. His purposes are higher than our purposes and it will be worth it all (IPeter 1:7). He told us that: "in this world you will have suffering, but be of good cheer, for I have overcome the world." (John 16:33) Look up Phillipians 3:10-21 and see for yourself, a look at God's take on this whole subject. Take a look, also, at the life of Joseph, in Genesis, as an example, or Paul, who said that he knew what it was to be hungry, naked, shipwrecked, and yet content.
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