Sunday Service – The Revival Harvest

Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Christianity is the world’s largest religion, based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion with 2.38 billion followers. This represents a third of the global population.

The Church is the continuation of Jesus’ ministry in the world. A central feature of the Christian faith is prayer. Prayer is central to redemptive praxis. Spiritual warfare involves the use of prayer as a political praxis.

As part of his ministry, Jesus commissioned twelve apostles. They traveled to the region of Tyre and Sidon. Many people came to see them. But they were afraid.

Jesus healed many. He called the disciples and gave them authority over demons. People said they were possessed by the devil. Jesus and the apostles cast out the demons.

After this, they returned to Jesus. Some of the people were amazed. Others begged him to leave their region.

In this passage, Jesus taught the great crowd. He preached everywhere. Later, he and the apostles anointed people with oil. All who had diseases were pressed around them.

Jesus rebuked the devil using Scripture. When he was in the desert, people were afraid.

The apostles had no leisure. To free the space for the gospel, they prayed. Their prayers bound strongholds, bound satanic forces, and freed the spaces for gospel penetration.

American evangelicalism is diverse. However, it has always been a complex discursive community. Throughout its history, there have been tensions between mainstream evangelicalism and Pentecostalism.

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