One a Day; 30 Days of Prayer with the Women of the Bible: The Healed Woman Nicole Crivello Author
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Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines healing as to make free from injury or disease, to make sound or whole, to cause an undesirable condition to be overcome, to patch up or correct such as breach between friends, to restore to original purity or integrity, healed from sin. Even from a worldly standpoint or definition, healing encompasses a restored or whole viewpoint. There are a plethora of verses in the Bible regarding God's healing. His Word addresses recovery of the body, bones, heart, flesh, mind, thoughts, and emotions. These verses are powerful for they are the Lord's Words and the Bible records, is my Word that goes out from my mouth; It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it. (Isaiah 55:11)The Word of God is flawless bringing health to the body and strength to the bones (Proverbs 3:8, 2 Samuel 22:31, Psalm 12:6, Psalm 18:30, Proverbs 30:5). God's Word has brought healing and restoration to many situations in my life. I have prayed over depression, thoughts, my marriage, my children, my emotions, a broken heart, trust issues, and more. God has been faithful in all circumstances to reveal and refresh my life. I have written several books on the women in the Bible. This volume is a collection of the women I have penned throughout my One a Day series. Many of these women you know. You have heard their stories and testimonies, but this volume focuses on their healing, which has brought such comfort for my heart. God used His daughters in amazing ways to achieve His purpose and plans. Many women mentioned in the Word were healed from oppressive situations and I have gained much insight from their story. These thirty women were healed in different ways, as we all come to God broken and in need of restoration.You will read stories and testimonies of remarkable women who surpassed and conquered hardships and were healed from infirmities. Many of their journeys were difficult, as many of ours are today. God's Word is still relevant and available for human nature has not changed. We still seek healing, we still seek our purpose and plan, and we still seek the Living God.


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