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Overview Must Christians Suffer? Does the Bible say Christians must suffer with sickness and disease? Does the 'faith life' mean freedom from trials? Does the Holy Spirit ever lead a Christian into trials? Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin puts an end to confusion concerning suffering, showing Christians how to cope with trials and to eventually rest upon the mountaintop.
Publishers Description This book puts an end to the confusion concerning suffering and shows Christians how to cope with trials while resting on the promises of God.
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Studio: Faith Library Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.32" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1982
Publisher HAGIN MINISTRIES #28
ISBN 089276404X ISBN13 9780892764044
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More About kenneth e hagin
The ministry of Kenneth E. Hagin has spanned more than 60 years since God miraculously healed him of a deformed heart and incurable blood disease at the age of 17. Today the scope of Kenneth Hagin Ministries is worldwide. The ministry's radio program, "Faith Seminar of the Air", is heard coast to coast in the U. S. and reaches more than 100 nations. Other outreaches include: The Word of Faith, a free monthly magazine; crusades, conducted nationwide; RHEMA Correspondence Bible School; RHEMA Bible Training Center; RHEMA Alumni Association International; and a prison ministry.
Kenneth E. Hagin was born in 1917.
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Simple. Profound. Scriptural. Freeing. Aug 7, 2005
Kenneth Hagin had a walk with God that was intimate, power-filled, and faith-building. When he speaks from scripture or his own life, it is compelling, insightful, and quickening.
"Must Christians Suffer" contains scriptural answers to a thorny subject. Roman Catholics and other denominations have long taught that we must "pick up our cross daily" and enter into a certain suffering as Christ did in order to be conformed to His likeness. Suffering is good for the soul.
To a degree, that teaching is sound, Hagin says. Jesus taught that there will certainly be persecutions and trials in this life. As Wigglesworth said, "Great trials bring great victories!" and, to a degree, the sword of our faith is whetted upon the tribultations of life.
But Christians are not burdened to suffer disease and sickness. Why not? Becuase Jesus suffered those things upon the cross in order that we would not have to. And anything the Lord carried on our behalf, to gain the victory, once for all, need not be carried again - the atonement was sufficient. Standing upon Matthew 8:7 and Isaiah 53, the scriptures say that Jesus took upon himself our pains and sickness so that we could be healed and whole. Disease is from the enemy of our souls, not from God and there is healing from the Lord, not sickness. That battle has been fought and won for every child of God, forever.
first Hagin book Aug 18, 2004
I haven't really ever seen myself as being "in the faith movement". Though I have been a christian for a long time, I have never read a book by K. Hagin. This was my first and I was pleasantly suprised. I found it much more balanced then I thought I would have. He takes care to distinguish between what he sees as valid christian suffering and other forms of pain and suffering that we should outwardly reject as Christians. In one place he says: "Suffering will make you grow up spirtually in a hurry." and, "It is well to remeber that some of our hardest tests are God's way of leading us into a deeper place in Him". Yet he insists that we are not to "magnify the suffering" in such a way as to overshadow the blessing and the good that God wants to bring in it.