By F. F. Bosworth
This perennial vintage on religion and therapeutic now encompasses a foreword by means of the author's son and an extra bankruptcy describing Bosworth's ministry in South Africa
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We see by this verse that it would have been wrong to call in question and to teach God's unwillingness to heal because of this failure on the part of the disciples. Jesus, by healing him, shows them that the failure proved nothing but unbelief. Peter, after three years of constant association with the Lord, describes His earthly ministry in this one brief statement: God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with him" (Acts 10:38).
The message everywhere taught in the Gospels is one of complete healing for soul and body for all who come to Him. " If it is not, how could we pray the prayer of faith for anyone? Even if we pray for one whom it is God's will to heal, we must have a revelation by the Spirit that we are praying for the right one. If it is not God's will to heal all, then no man can ascertain the will of God for himself from the Bible. Are we to understand from these teachers that we must close our Bibles? Must we get our revelation direct from the Spirit, before we can pray for the sick, because the will of God cannot be ascertained from the Scriptures?
Leeser translates, "only our sickness did He bear," having none of His own. Again, in the sixth verse of Dr. " He then says, in substance, all will admit that sin is punished by soul-condemnation, remorse, mental anxiety, and frequently by sickness . . and believe these 36 DID JESUS REDEEM US FROM OUR DISEASES WHEN HE ATONED FOR OUR SINS? e remitted because of vicarious Atonement. By what rule of Scripture or reason is the last-mentioned punishment severed from the rest? " Since sickness is a part of that punishment, it is demonstrated by the immutable Word of God that sickness is included in the Atonement.