God can heal; this is a truth clearly evident from Scripture. We can agree, with absolute certainty, that God still possesses the power to do the miraculous. In The Healing Promise Richard Mayhue provides straight answers without compromising the Bible or God's miraculous power.
The Healing Promise includes
“These passages from Acts, 2 Corinthians, and Hebrews teach that God’s primary purpose for the miracles He worked through men was to authenticate His messengers as bearing a true revelation from God.” (Page 168)
“Diseases can be categorized into one of two types: functional or organic.” (Page 46)
“The fact is that much of what appears to be taking place in many faith-healing services today is not divine healing, but magical trickery. Often what people see and think is supernatural is simply the illusion of the supernatural.” (Page 38)
“Next, if healing is in the atonement and if it applies physically today, those who ask by faith for physical healing and are not healed have no logical right to be assured of their salvation.” (Page 109)
“Finally comes God’s response. I believe God always answers prayer. He can do it either through permission or revision. That is, He can respond ‘Yes’ or ‘Another way.’” (Page 191)