Item description for Help! I Am A Christian . Why Am I Sick? by Klay Rogers...
Overview Aspire Publishing Group Is it true that, "If you just confess your sins you will be healed"? Will lack of faith prevent you from being healed? How can a loving God allow a young child to have cancer? Why is the nicest person you know dealing with a terrible disease? Did you know that there are seven explanations for the occurrence of disease found in the scriptures? Did you know that Satan has a strategy to steal your health? Will you be his next victim? This book offers biblical explanations for why disease occurs and the appropriate response for those affected. It exposes Satan's scheme to bring disease into your life and it makes suggestions on how to minister to the sick within the church. It is written by a layman and is filled with examples and testimony from his own personal search for answers due to the death of his wife to brain cancer at the age of thirty-eight.
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Studio: Aspire Publishing Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher Aspire Publishing Group
ISBN 0979253500 ISBN13 9780979253508
Reviews - What do customers think about Help! I Am A Christian . Why Am I Sick??
Scripturally Rooted & Biblically Balanced Aug 15, 2007
I wasn't sure what to expect when starting this book but I found it quite good. After enduring verbal abuse and threats of physical abuse during most of my 8 year marriage, shortly after my divorce was final I found out that I had cancer. This book made me look at my experience in a different way. The book explains how our sins, our body's response to sin, and our spiritual battle could cause disease. It looks at other explainations for disease as well. Throughout the book, the author references numerous Bible verses that support his thoughts. You may not agree with everything he says - but I think it's well worth reading and considering.