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Divine Healing Audiobook

Divine Healing: A Gift from God

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John G. Lake was a man of God who had a deep understanding of divine healing. His childhood was filled with death and sickness, but the Lord used such to provoke a desire to see the works of the devil conquered and destroyed. He left a legacy when he departed from this earth, and today, we are able to learn from this great child of God.

This book contains the words of John G. Lake as he tells the stories of miraculous healings and the explanations behind the results. Backed with scripture, this book should aid the hungry soul to see the divine healing Jesus desires for all of us.

Be blessed my friend as you listen to this book!

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    "From a narration standpoint it was awful."

    The narration was terrible. Some of the teaching was good and really on point, but there was also some doctrine that was unsound...for instance he compares the use of medicine to the sin of adultery...yet uses one scripture out of context to back up this claim and then goes on a whole chapter. Narration was the worst I've ever heard. There was some good truth in the book...but mixed with the bad it really concerns me.

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