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Miracle Healing and the Spreading of Christianity


Miracle Healing and the Spreading of Christianity

Christianity was not always easy to spread. Many people had been exposed to Christianity enough to have been inoculated against it. They were also influenced by anti-Christian propaganda in the media and in the intellectual world. These individuals were much more difficult to reach than those who had never heard of Jesus. But in spite of this, many Christians still managed to spread their message.

The Bible teaches that the human being is made up of soul and body. Jesus came to save the human being by raising both the body and the soul. The gospels include many accounts of physical healing and exorcisms. Some people were even willing to give up everything in order to follow Jesus.

The story of Pentecost is a compelling illustration of the power of the Holy Spirit. The apostles speak in “other tongues” and receive “cloven tongues of fire.” These phenomena are often associated with the descent of the Holy Spirit. In addition, these events draw crowds from every nation under the heavens.

The early centuries of Christian history were a time of great excitement for Protestants. Evangelists spread across continents and missionaries began to spread the faith. Many Protestants reported experiencing a “new birth” through which they were freed from sin. They also experienced the “second blessing” of sanctification through the infilling of the Holy Spirit. This sacrament was considered a vital way for Christians to prepare for heaven.

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