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The study explores the doctrine of divine healing by investigating why many believers are not benefiting from it.
An in-depth theological understanding of the doctrine and its efficacy is required to open the minds of many believers, no matter their denominational leanings.
While some do not believe in the doctrine, others believe it only existed in biblical times, while others, especially in the Pentecostal movement believe it is applicable even today.
The study practically used a question posed by many believers seeking answers.“IF DIVINE HEALING IS THE BIRTH RIGHT OF EVERY BELIEVER, WHY DO SOME BELIEVERS (EVEN SERVANTS OF GOD WHO HAVE BEEN USED AS INSTRUMENTS OF DIVINE HEALING) DO NOT GET HEALED WHEN HELD DOWN BY SICKNESSES UNTO DEATH”The study was approached by looking at the doctrine itself and its reality theologically, divine healing as the birth right of believers was considered and healings wrought by servants of God both in biblical times and today.
It also examined instances where believers and God’s servants were ill and did not receive divine healing and reasons for this situation including recommendations.
Nathaniel Ogheneochuko Maboluwaje Esigbone - born on 31st October, 1964 in Lagos Island, Lagos, Lagos State in the South Western part of Nigeria.
He works in the Education Training Sector as a Senior Training Consultant & International Facilitator of Executive Management programmes.
Believer in the Christian faith for close to 21 years.
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