Item description for His Healing Power: The Four Classic Books on Healing Complete in One Volume (Living Classics - Harrison House) by Lilian Yeomans & Lillian Yeomans...
Overview His Healing Power is a collection of Dr. Lilian B. Yeomans' four classic books on healing. Dr. Yeomans, a graduate of the University of Michigan's Medical School, has a powerful testimony of breaking free from a gripping and hopeless drug addiction. Following her deliverance, Dr. Yeomans gave up her medical career and, for the next 40 years, served as a popular Bible teacher and writer-inspiring thousands to believe God for healing and salvation. Yeomans' books were first published in the 1930s but her remarkable insight into the Word of God makes these classic messages relevant to today. Her unique teaching approach will thrill you as you read many amazing stories of healing and of Yeomans' unshakeable faith in Christ as the Healer.
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Studio: Harrison House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.04 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher HARRISON HOUSE INC. #60
Series Living Classics - Harrison House
ISBN 157794819X ISBN13 9781577948193
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More About Lilian Yeomans & Lillian Yeomans
Dr. Lilian B. Yeomans, M. D. was a popular Bible teacher and writer, inspiring thousands to believe God for healing. As a young woman practicing medicine, Dr. Yeomans became hopelessly addicted to drugs. Freedom from bondage came miraculously when a minister pointed to the Word of God and fervently prayed for her. Dr. Yeomans gave up her medical career and spent the next 40 years teaching the Word of God and ministering salvation, healing, and restoration. Lilian B. Yeomans, M.D., was a graduate of the University of Michigan Department of Medicine in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Reviews - What do customers think about His Healing Power?
The Best Author on Healing besides the Bible Mar 4, 2007
I have to say, Lillian yeomans found God when she was on her death bed and I am SO SO happy she wrote this book. Turn your face to God, and you WILL be healed. She has witnessed it in 100's if not thousands of people in her medical practice as well as otherwise. She was a doctor, she treated with medicine, but she herself found herself completely ransacked with a drug addiction that no doctor could treat, except for DOCTOR GOD. GREAT BOOK< GREAT AUTHOR!
Bad Theology Feb 21, 2007
I quit this book at page 58, in Chapter 7 of the first volume. I'm going to throw it away. I don't want to even try to sell it, because I don't want to be responsible for passing this kind of theology on to others.
The author seems to be a proponent of the classic "If you have enough faith, God will heal you" theology. And Chapter 7 is basically saying "Forget about doctors and medicine - God doesn't use them." I rejected that kind of thinking long ago. I believe it's simplistic and immature at best, and can do tremendous harm at worst.
1. God does heal, or I wouldn't even have started reading the book. In fact, I suspect we could see more of His healing power if we'd meet his conditions, including increased faith. Ultimately, it's His will to heal every believer. However, healing isn't always for this life, and even when it is, sometimes the wait is very long. He has his purpose in suffering. To suggest that a lack of faith is always behind a lack of healing is wrong and cruel.
2. He heals in many ways, including through doctors and medicine. The fact that these don't always work doesn't invalidate that. Yeomans makes a big issue about how God didn't use ancient pagan medicine for healing. But compared to today, even the most advanced medicine back then was no doubt primitive, and probably also laced with forbidden occult practices.
3. Some of her logic is flawed, and she seems to ignore certain things in the Bible. In saying that God didn't use doctors and medicine, for example, she ignores the story of the Good Samaritan, who used salves, and then left the victim at an inn to be cared for while recuperating.
To be fair, the author does offer some interesting points here and there. Overall, however, I don't think it's worth my time to read the entire book just for those tidbits.