Item description for Twilight And Dawn by Kathryn Kuhlman...
Overview TWILIGHT AND DAWN: The Great Physician's Second Opinion
The story of Gwen Lanning, a woman from Oregon who contracted an aggressive and cruel type of bone cancer. God heard the prayers of hundreds of people, and Gwen's cancer-riddled body was miraculously restored; not a trace of the dreadful disease remained. A great faith-builder, this dramatic book is an excellent evangelistic tool and gift item for those in need of its message.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 3.9" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2001
Publisher Bridge-Logos Publishers
ISBN 0882706829 ISBN13 9780882706825
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More About Kathryn Kuhlman
Kathryn Johanna Kuhlman was born in Concordia, Missouri, to German-American parents. She was born-again at the age of 14 in the Methodist Church of Concordia, and began preaching in the West at the age of sixteen in primarily Baptist Churches. Ministry Kuhlman traveled extensively around the United States and in many other countries holding "healing crusades" between the 1940s and 1970s. She was one of the most well known healing ministers in the world. Kuhlman had a weekly TV program in the 1960s and 1970s called I Believe In Miracles that was aired nationally. The foundation was established in 1954, and its Canadian branch in 1970. By 1970 she moved to Los Angeles conducting faith healing for thousands of people each day as an heir to Aimee Semple McPherson. She became well known for her uncanny gift of healing despite, as she often bragged, having no theological training. Death and legacy In July 1975 her doctor diagnosed her with a minor heart flare up and she had a relapse in November while in Los Angeles. As a result, she had open heart surgery in Tulsa, Oklahoma from which she died in February 1976. Kathryn Kuhlman is interred in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. A plaque in her honor is located in the main city park in Concordia, Missouri, a town located in central Missouri on Interstate Highway 70. After she died, her will led to controversy. She left $267,500, the bulk of her estate, to three family members and twenty employees. Smaller bequests were given to 19 other employees. She influenced faith healers Benny Hinn and Billy Burke. Hinn has adopted some of her techniques and wrote a book about her. In 1981 David Byrne and Brian Eno sampled one of Kuhlman's sermons in their album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. The track was entitled "The Spirit Womb," a mis-hearing of Kuhlman's actual utterance "the spirit world." When Kuhlman's estate refused to license the use of her voice, the track was re-recorded as "The Jezebel Spirit" with an unidentified exorcist's vocal replacing Kuhlman's.The original Kuhlman-vocal has been released on a bootleg but not officially. Healing Many accounts of healings were published in her books, which were "ghost-written" by author Jamie Buckingham of Florida, including her autobiography, which was dictated at a hotel in Las Vegas. Buckingham also wrote his own Kuhlman biography that presented an unvarnished account of her life.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Twilight And Dawn?
Absolutely awesome Dec 1, 2002
This is a short yet very powerful book. If you are in need of healing buy this book.
Twilight & Dawn Oct 3, 2000
"Twilight & Dawn" is a story that gives life to the scripture 'Be still and know that I am God' (Psalm 46:10). Gwen Lanning, a woman suffering from a debilitating condition reaches a point in her life wherein she 'forgets' the power of the Almighty God. The moral of the story is this: While we as Christians sometimes rely on human resources, God is able to do ALL things!