This book describes the liberating powers of love that heal not only the body, but also our minds and hearts. It restores our broken relationships with God, our neighbour and within ourselves.
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In this highly readable book the whole idea of healing is seen in straightforward terms of reconciliation. Sin has so affected the whole human race that we need to be reconciled with ourselves, our neighbour, and if we are Christians with God. The need for us to love ourselves is seen as absolutely essential for any form of relationship with God or others with whom we share our lives and world.
It deals with fear and guilt and how they imprison and cripple us so that we are not true to ourselves. All forms of healing, whether physical, emotional or spiritual are seen in a creative, positive light born out of Michael Buckley's own personal experience of the El Shaddai healing movement which he founded in 1984. The atmosphere of the book is one of realistic hope, created by the many personal witnesses whose lives were changed because they were helped and healed through the El Shaddai ministry.
This is a simple yet deep book to which you will return time and time again in order to understand the full scope of Christian healing and what it means to your personal life and inner peace.
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Book Description Zondervan, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 000628020X