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Miracle Healing and Deliverance in Africa


Miracle Healing and Deliverance in Africa

Christianity is the world’s largest religion, with an estimated 2.38 billion followers worldwide. Based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth, Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion. It is a religion of forgiveness of sins. Christians also claim miraculous healings and other gifts from the Holy Spirit.

In the early church, the apostles and evangelists preached the gospel, which included healings. They had the power to heal people and cast out demons. The apostles recorded these miracles in the books of Matthew and Acts.

Healing was a common part of the Christian experience in Africa. Millions of Africans have experienced miracles. However, many people who claim to have the gift of healing do not actually possess the ability to perform such miracles.

Church leaders in the medieval period often denied the legitimacy of healings. Many of the people who claimed to have the gift of healing were caught using chicanery. As a result, many churches restricted prayer for the sick. These limitations led many to believe that healings were rare in the Middle Ages.

But in the Global South, the healing experience is a central part of Christian faith. It was also a key way that Christians came to faith. Indigenous Africans who had been adamantly opposed to missionaries began to embrace Christianity. Typically, they came to faith through healing and deliverance.

The gospel of good news meets practical needs as well as providing assurance of the afterlife. The church added half a million new converts every generation for three centuries.

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