Power of Prayer and Healing

by Rev. Vince Finnegan on June 30, 2013
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Notes:

Cause and Effect Questions to Ask
- Is God or some kind of idolatry first in your life?
- Are you actively involved with habitual sin?
- Have you or your family ever been involved in the occult?
- Have you or anyone in your family made vows that influence you?
- What is going on with the relationships in your life?
- What were you doing when this problem began?
- What have you done to eliminate this problem?

Pursuing God for healing is better than seeking something or someone else. However, desiring God for healing only is not the best either. We should want God because He is God and not solely because He is our provider.

James 4:1
• First aid - pray for God’s help
• Second aid - ask someone to pray for you
• Third aid - seek help from a medical professional

Matthew 11:28-30
Rest and refreshing are becoming harder and harder to find.

John 14:27
God wrote into the program the need for rest and peace.

Phil 4:4
God wants us to have joy and to rejoice which is why it is spoken of over 100 times in the Scriptures.

Philippians 4:5 & 6


Proverbs 14:30
A sound [tranquil] heart is the life of the flesh: but envy the rottenness of the bones.

Proverbs 23:7
- For as he thinks within himself, so he is.

Stress of living in today’s America is driving tens of millions to the point of illness, depression, and self-destruction.

Matthew 6:7-11
Those who received healing came to Jesus and asked for help.

Matthew 8:1-4
Leper came to him; 8:5-ff, centurion; 8:16, all that came to him were healed; 9:1ff, the man with the palsy came to him.

We come with humility, meekness, and faith.



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