Some of the key things that I learned are that "the Lord’s Prayer" in Matthew 6:9-13 is an apostolic prayer and that the apostles wrote 59 percent of the New Testament and non-apostles wrote the other 41 percent. The “God who heals” (Yahweh Ropheka as listed in my Bible, or Jehovah Rapha) from Exodus 15:26 was the name of God that was emphasized on. It was also interesting to learn that Jesus (Yeshua) healed everybody who came to him and that if we are so willing to lead people to Jesus through prayer why would we not think that prayers for healing would not be as powerful if they are prayed effectively, such as by praying for the sicknesses to leave in Jesus’ name? We should also keep in mind that if the prayers we pray don’t move us they most likely will not move God.
This book moved me up a step towards understanding more about God’s character of healing. It would be a good resource for people to read who have lost faith that God does heal, has healed, and will continue to heal through the people he appoints to lead people to healing.
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