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Jesus Loves You And Wants To Heal You - Evangelism #4 - cover

Jesus Loves You And Wants To Heal You - Evangelism #4

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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This book is not written to attack the modern practice of medicine. We thank God for modern medicine and all that it is doing to relieve pain. 
However, without the touch of God, medicine cannot heal. God is the Healer. Jesus is the Healer. He can work through modern medicine and He can work without medicine. He is not limited. He is God. You can turn to Him and be healed of your disease, and when doctors tell you that your case is hopeless, God remains your hope. Turn to Him and receive your miracle from Him. 
You may want me to stand with you in prayer and fasting for your healing. I will gladly do so. Please read this book and act on its message. When you have received your healing, write and share it with me so that, together, we may praise the Lord who has healed you. God bless you abundantly.

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