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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2006
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The Hour That Changes the World: A Practical Plan for Personal Prayer, 25th Anniversary EditionDick EastmanBaker Books / 2002 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews
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God is still in the healing business today. Healing was a trademark of Jesus earthly ministry, and nowhere does Scripture teach that divine healing ended with the New Testament church.
Best-selling authors of numerous books, Quin Sherrer And Ruthanne Garlock challenge those who are sick and their friends, family, and caregivers to embrace the message in Lord, I Need Your Healing Power. This book is packed with contemporary testimonies of hearing miracles and practical and scriptural principles that connect health and faith.
About the Author
Quin Sherrer is the author of twenty-six books, fifteen of which she coauthored with Ruthanne Garlock. These include the best-selling How to Pray for Your Children and A Woman's Guide to Spiritual Warfare.
Ruthanne Garlock has coauthored seventeen books on prayer and related subjects, and two mission biographies. God Be With Us: A Daily Guide for Praying for Our Nation, which she wrote with Quin Sherrer, was nominated for a 2002 Gold Medallion Award in the devotional category.
Quin Sherrer is the author of twenty-six books, seventeen of which she coauthored with Ruthanne Garlock. These include the best-selling How to Pray for Your Children and A Womans Guide to Spiritual Warfare. Quin is a frequent speaker at conferences and retreats.
Ruthanne Garlock has written two missions biographies and coauthored with Quin Sherrer seventeen books on prayer and related subjects. Their title God Be With Us: A Daily Guide for Praying for Our Nation was nominated for a 2002 Gold Medallion Award in the devotional category. Ruthanne is a Bible teacher who speaks at seminars and retreats in the U.S. and abroad.