Item description for Jesus The Healer by E. W. Kenyon...
Kenyon, a prolific writer, evangelist and Bible teacher from the early 1900's, explains how we received our healing with our salvation; uses hundreds of scriptures to expand on the Isaiah 53 verses where our redemption was outlined; describes how sin and sickness have the same source (satan); and outlines how to walk in what you've been given by the Father, and how to share it with others. Healing was and is God's method of advertising! This truth (reality) is as fresh now, 80 years later, as the scriptures on which it's based.
Read it and find out why Kenyon is still impacting the world with the Word! This book has challenged and stirred Christians and has inspired multitudes to step out in faith and receive the healing that Christ purchased for us. Dr. Kenyon had a rare gift for presenting the deep and profound truths of the Word in a simple and easily understood way. His inspired books were the forerunner of the deeper life teaching prevalent today, and every Christian should have his books as a part of their personal library. Paperback - 88 pages Item Specifications...
ISBN 1577700066, Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.26" Height: 0.39" , Weight: 0.25 lbs. , Binding Trade Paper, Publisher KENYONS GOSPEL PUBLISHING , Essek William Kenyon (1867 - 1948) was an evangelist, pastor, president of a Bible Institute, author, songwriter and poet. He is best known for the numerous books that he authored that are still in great demand today. Kenyon’s writings dramatically unfold the glorious truths of the revelation given to the apostle Paul in simple, concise language. He wrote for the spirit man, addressing the heart more than the head. Understanding the Father-heart of God, who we are in Christ, and the authority and privileges of the believer were central to Kenyon’s message. In his writings Kenyon calls the believer up and out of the mire of traditional unbelief into the deep, rich treasures of our redemption in Christ. Many lives have been transformed reading his simple, yet profound books. The Early Years Born to a poor family in New England in 1867, he grew up with little education. When he was dramatically converted in a Methodist prayer meeting at the age of 17, he immediately began to enthusiastically win souls. An obvious gift and passion emerged for the lost, which would govern his life. His gift as an evangelist began to bear abundant fruit. He also vowed he would become an educator. As he encountered the struggles that often enter the life of a new convert, however, Kenyon did not have the necessary foundation to stand. He had not been discipled in the basic doctrines of the faith and older ministers had infected him with doubt. Years later, he lamented the fact that he had not received the Holy Spirit in these early years, either.
E W Kenyon gradually slipped away from the Lord. He walked in darkness and broken fellowship for about two and a half years. In 1893, newly married and living in Boston, he and his bride attended a service at the Clarendon Street Baptist Church, then pastored by the respected Bible teacher A J Gordon. At the service, the Spirit came mightily on Kenyon and he forever gave himself back to the Lord. He wanted to follow the pattern he had seen modeled by George Muller in trusting God for everything. Restored to his Lord and to his calling, he immediately began to win souls to Christ. Within a few months he was ordained among the Free Will Baptists and was pastoring one of their churches. He pastored various churches in New England for a few years, and then started an independent work.He left the denomination so that he could trust the Lord completely for his finances, unhappy with the ways money was raised in the churches.
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