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Apostolic Deliverance and Miracle Healing in Christian Tradition

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Apostolic Deliverance and Miracle Healing in Christian Tradition

In Christian tradition, the power of prayer and faith can heal the sick. The apostle Paul claims that the prayers of faith and the anointing of the sick have cured people of various diseases. In addition to healing, these two practices are credited with the healing power of the Church. The sacrament of anointing of the sick is an important instrument for bodily healing and spiritual strengthening. It is often celebrated at the Lourdes shrine in France.

The apostolic gifts of the Church are evangelism, healing, and prophetic ministry. These are special gifts given by the Holy Spirit. These apostolic gifts, embodied in the apostles, allow the church to spread the Gospel to people of every walk of life. In addition, the church is expected to fulfill the deliverance ministry of Jesus. While the apostolic ministry is vital to the Christian community, it is not enough to simply pass along a belief in the power of prayer.

The apostles were the first disciples to spread the message of Christianity. After the resurrection of Christ, they began traveling and preaching the gospel. They also performed miracles, including raising the dead and casting out demons. These healings are documented in the Gospels, Acts, and Matthew. In the gospel of Matthew, Jesus grants his apostles the power to heal. The apostles, in turn, can pass these gifts on to others.

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