Healing

I seem to keep writing about healing, probably because both my own healing and other people’s have radically changed my life.

Healing means ‘to make whole’ so real healing has to cover more than relief of symptoms or even their physical cause. The healing of human beings has to take place on every level of human life: physical, emotional, psychological, social, intellectual and spiritual.

Wholeness of spirit can only come from the whole ‘Holy Spirit’ – the gift given by God through Jesus Christ.

While some people see going via Jesus as a detour, trying to access spiritual power within yourself or by opening yourself to the ‘universal spirit’ carries the very real risk of opening the door of your soul to the prevailing spirit – and not everything ‘spiritual’ is good.

So, to be sure of receiving only the good stuff God has for you, read more about different aspects of healing...

Read More about Healing…

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