In Roman times, the world's most beautiful city was Jerusalem. Amid the city, the Temple shone out in gold and white stone. About a million man-years were involved in its ingenious structure. It... More > astounded the world. To the north lay the fortress city of Antonia, connected by a causeway. Another causeway crossed the ravine of the Kidron to the Mount of Olives. Worldwide the exiled tribes of Israel supplied vast quantities of gold and treasures. Millions came to worship. James the brother of Jesus had a throne inside the Temple. He prayed in the Holy Place. He followed in the steps of his father Joseph. Jesus had a far higher office than either. It is described both in the New Testament and early writers of the first centuries. The facts of the resurrection were so clear that one Roman emperor immediately proclaimed Jesus a God. Others like Caligula tried to destroy the Temple and Jerusalem. Rome also tried to destroy the real facts about Jesus, James and Joseph in the Temple. Read them here.< Less
In this book, David Palmer reveals the Biblical basis for why healing is God’s will today. Looking at both the Old and New Testaments, he unravels in clear language the confusion around this... More > topic – dispelling the lies that have kept people bound and deceived into accepting sickness. He dispels doubts, and uncovers the truth of God’s word.
As you read, you will be inspired by the testimonies, receive faith and inspiration to receive healing. Plus, you will be filled with motivation to go out and minister healing to others.
Healing in God’s Word
Jesus’ Instructions to His Disciples
Healing in The New Testament Church
Healing in Redemption
Receiving Healing Today
Ministering HealingThis book settles the question - is it God’s will to heal today?
Learn how to receive healing through
prayer, spiritual gifts, and faith in God’s word.< Less
Jesus is the master communicator: he is the best teacher, using the best technique to convey the most crucial content ever disclosed to man. Jesus reveals God’s purpose for us; He also shows... More > us how God interacts with man and how his system works.
Jesus’ ministry led up to, and continued to build on, the foundation of a specific explanation he gave of God and his system. This happened on a particular day – ‘The Day God Explained Himself’. If we miss the significance of that day; and if we don’t put sufficient emphasis on the value of Jesus’ teaching on it, we could miss God’s best for our lives: we could spend the bulk of our Christian walk on course askew from God’s pathway. This in turn could lead to frustration, unproductive beliefs, religious self-effort, blaming God, or justifying fruitlessness.
In this book, David W. Palmer pinpoints the heart of Jesus’ teaching: if we make this our focal point, the remainder of Jesus’ teaching, his ministry and other New Testament writings will fall into place.< Less