When God Doesn't Heal Now by Larry Keefauver

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God has healed in the past and wants to heal now. But though they pray in faith, go to healing meetings, and strive to have enough faith, many are not healed as they would wish to be. When God Doesn't Heal Now examines the myths about healing that are built on partial truths and looks at the profound relationship between prayer, healing, and the sovereignty of God. This guide offers a balanced look at teachings on healing, faith healers, and ways to bring biblical clarity to beliefs that often foster guilt, defeat, and despair when believers are not immediately healed. When God Doesn't Heal Now is an encouraging book which affirms the biblical truth that God is our healer.


About Larry Keefauver

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Larry Keefauver graduated first in his class from the Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, with a M. Div. and D. Min. He completed his undergraduate career at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a B.A. cum laude with an honors major. Larry has pastored churches in associate and senior minister positions for 30 years. He is presently the Senior Editor of "Ministries Today" magazine and co-pastors The Gathering Place Worship Center in Lake Mary, Florida. Larry has edited and written extensively for major publishers. He is the author of "When God Doesn't Heal Now". Hometown: Sanford, Florida
Published February 11, 2000 by Thomas Nelson. 196 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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HThis honest, mature message affirms God's healing role while challenging the enduring myths many evangelical Christians harbor about healing.

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