Divine Healing contains Andrew Murray’s testimony of his faith in divine healing after his two-year battle with illness. In 32 short addresses, Murray explores sin and sickness, effectual prayer, the prayer of faith, discipline and sanctification, obedience and health, and much more.
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Discusses various themes relating to divine healing
Presents in concise, easy to digest chapters
Pardon and Healing
Because of Your Unbelief
Jesus and the Doctors
Health and Salvation in the Name of Jesus
Not by Our Own Power
According to the Measure of Faith
The Way of Faith
Your Body is the Temple of the Holy Ghost
The Body for the Lord
The Lord for the Body
Do Not Consider Your Body
Discipline and Sanctification
Sickness and Death
The Holy Spirit the Spirit of Healing
Let Him that is Healed Glorify God
The Need of a Manifestation of God’s Power
Sin and Sickness
Jesus Bore Our Sicknesses
Is Sickness a Chastisement?
God’s Prescription for the Sick
The Lord that Healeth Thee
Jesus Heals the Sick
Fervent and Effectual Prayer
The Will of God
The Lord’s Healing
Obedience and Health
Job’s Sickness and Healing
The Prayer of Faith
Anointing in the Name of the Lord
Full Salvation Our High Privilege
Ye are the Branches
Title: Divine Healing: A Series of Addresses
Author: Andrew Murray
Publisher: Christian Alliance Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1900
About Andrew Murray
Andrew Murray (1828–1917) was born in Graaff Reinet, South Africa, to Dutch missionary parents. Educated at King’s College, Aberdeen, he then studied theology at the University of Utrecht. Andrew and his older brother John were ordained in the Dutch Reformed Church in 1848. Murray pastored South African churches in Bloemfontein, Worcester, Cape Town, and Wellington. A champion of missionary work, he founded the South African General Mission in 1889. That ministry continued to grow, and today it is part of the SIM (Serving in Mission) organization.
A prolific author and lecturer, Murray authored over 200 books during his lifetime, and he was invited to speak at churches and conferences all over the world. Married for over 60 years and the father of eight children, Murray passed away in January 1917.
Andrew Murray (May 9, 1828–January 18, 1917) was a South African pastor, teacher, and writer. He was educated in Aberdeen, Scotland, and at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. In 1848, Murray was ordained in the Dutch Reformed Church and returned to live and work in South Africa.
Murray was very focused on missions, considering it to be “the chief end of the church.” In 1889 he cofounded the South African General Mission with Martha Osborn and Spencer Walton. As their work spread throughout the continent, the mission’s name changed to Africa Evangelical Fellowship (AEF), and in 1998 AEF joined SIM which today has over 1,800 active missionaries in over 43 countries. Andrew Murray authored over 240 books, including Abide in Christ, The Holiest of All, The Spiritual Life, and The Mystery of the True Vine.