By F. F. Bosworth
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She said that on windy days, when particles would blow into the eye, it caused her no suffering. She was listening to a sermon on the Atonement during our revival in Lima, Ohio. " With this logical reasoning, she came to the altar, and while we were praying with others she asked God to heal her. Before we had a chance to anoint her, she was on her feet weeping. She walked back and threw her arms around her father's neck. The audience wondered why she left the altar without being anointed. " A few months later, while we were holding a revival in St.
When Jesus bore our sins, our sicknesses, and our pains, He bore them away, or removed them. Both these words mean "substitution," one bearing another's load. On this point, permit me to quote from "Jesus Our Healer," a splendid tract written by the Rev. W. C. Stevens. He says: This prophecy presents healing as an integral part of the vicarious Atonement.... Now, whatever be the sense of these two Hebrew verbs (nasa and sabal), the same sense must be applied in both cases, namely, of sin-bearing and sickness-bearing.
R. A. Torrey, in his book on "Divine Healing" declares: The atoning death of Jesus Christ secured for us not only physical healing, but the resurrection and perfecting and glorifying of our bodies.... The Gospel of Christ has salvation for the body as well as for the soul.... Just as one gets the firstfruits of his spiritual salvation in the life that now is, so we get the firstfruits of our physical salvation in the life that now is.... Individual believers, whether Elders or not, have the privilege and the duty to "pray one for another" in case of sickness, with the expectation that God will hear and heal.
Christ, the healer : sermons on divine healing by F. F. Bosworth