What About Paul’s Thorn In The Flesh?

God wants you well. Often some may ask, “What about Paul’s thorns in the flesh?” This blogger was once taught to justify not seeking healing by God. It was all changed after learning to read the Bible about God’s nature as shown so clearly by Jesus.

Here is a good resource which many have used and benefited. God does want us well and healed. He has provided healing by Jesus two thousands years ago just as He has provided atonement for our sin and given salvation to everyone who believes in Jesus.

quote: “Jesus isn’t healing people today—healing was given 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem when He took those stripes on His back. He hasn’t, and won’t, receive any more stripes. People today only receive through faith what has already been accomplished by Jesus thousands of years ago.”

God wants you well and healed! Be blessed!

What About Paul’s Thorn In The Flesh Real MP3

http://www.awmi.net/extra/audio/1036

http://www.awmi.net/tv/2010/week14 (TV broadcast series on healing)

http://www.awmi.net/store/usa/books/330 (Book)

God wants you well

quoted: “Many people find it difficult to believe that God wants them well. They may be suffering personally or perhaps watching a loved one endure sickness and pain. In either case, they become discouraged after their prayers seemingly go unanswered. They then conclude that God must be allowing this to happen, or worse, that He has caused it. Both are wrong and both bring into question the goodness of God.

In this book, Andrew shares the truth of what God’s unconditional love and grace has already provided. Healing is a big part of that provision. He answers many common questions including those about Paul’s thorn in the flesh, the sovereignty of God and more. If you or someone you know is in need of healing, this book is for you.”

Sample Chapters

Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 – Miracles Confirm God’s Word
Chapter 2 – Part of His Atonement
Chapter 3 – Sozo!
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