Major publications such as the New York Times and Huffington Post have printed information, which suggests that a belief in God have positive results on outcomes of various therapies. In their work entitled Explaining the Relationships Between Religious Involvement and Health, Linda K. George, Christopher G. Ellison & David B. Larson shows that there is increasing research evidence that religious involvement is associated with better physical health, better mental health, and longer survival.

In a 1991 edition of the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, the authors of a study noted they found increased life purpose and satisfaction, a health-promoting attitude; and decreased frequency of medical symptoms in those that expressed spiritual experiences, a belief in God.

Mark 9:23 say “Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth”. It is God’s prerogative to heal or not to heal. It is our prerogative to believe that He can and will if He chooses to do so.

Circumstances may separate friends; the restless waters of the wide sea may roll between us and them. But no circumstances, no distance, can separate us from the Saviour. Wherever we may be, He is at our right hand, to support, maintain, uphold, and cheer. Greater that the love of a mother for her child is Christ’s love, for His redeemed. It is our privilege to rest in His love, to say. “I will trust Him; for He gave His life for me.” (The Ministry of Healing, page71-72)

Countless individuals have found that trusting in divine power was the foundation of the drastic turnaround of their health crisis. Find out more through our lectures, workshops, trainings and some of the books we carry. Reach out to us, we’d be happy to address your group, congregation or your friends and family.


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