In his new book, Eckhardt wants believers to know that no matter what their sickness, no matter who they are, it is God's will for them to live a full, healthy, disease-free life.
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John Eckhardt capsulizes timeless, biblical wisdom of the healing power embedded within us, offering key scriptures that unlock the vital foundation for deliverance, restoration and wholeness.
The greatest character of this book is the High Physician Himself --Jehovah Shalom-- the Prince of Peace and Healer of all that is created.
Narrator Mirron Willis provides authoritative boldness that's apropos of Eckhardt's writing.
Consistent declarations of these prayers can bring empowerment and health to those willing to believe. I personally recommend daily hearing and devotional study of this book for sound multiple healthcare.
Without wanting to sound cliche, this is just what the Doctor ordered! "Prayers That Bring Healing", authored by John Eckhardt, is an ideal gift in both hard copy and audio formats... I made sure I treated myself first!
I didn't too much like how Mirron Willis read the book. His voice didn't fit, and he paused too much while reading it. And how could someone narrate a Christian book by a Christian author and then narrate a book for homosexuals?! (Mirron Willis) otherwise, the book was awesome.
Revelations of the healing power of God and prayers to release those revelations based on the Bible permiate this book. I highly recommend if you desire healing and health for you and those around you.
The performance seems haulting and a bit overdramatic with the extrnded pauses between sentences and commas, but the voice itself is good.
I have both the book and the Audible version. I can't listen to the audio version..it's sounds like a mix between fire and brimstone and a car insurance commercial! Horrible narration.
Disappointment. This narrator paired with this book is horrible.
I would not recommend this audiobook, the book..absolutely.
"Not very healing"
As a Christian and someone who suffers from chronic pain and disability I was hoping for a devotional book to give me comfort. Unfortunately the author seems to have a viewpoint that sickness is brought from oppression that bordered on blaming the sufferer for their illness. It certainly put me off a large proportion of the book.
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