Let Jesus Heal Your Hidden Wounds

Cooperating with the Holy Spirit in Healing Ministry

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Most people suffer from hidden wounds as a result of living in a fallen world. But God's original plan for humanity included spiritual, emotional, physical and relational wholeness. As Christians we are invited to participate in the process with Jesus, who heals from the inside out and sends us to pray for the healing of others.

Discover how to cooperate with the Holy Spirit to bring healing and deliverance--whether you're involved in a healing service at church, visiting with someone in the hospital, working with a child who is emotionally hurt, or even reaching out to a wounded stranger.


Endorsements

"At the heart of this book is massive, sober, Bible-based wisdom about all dimensions of the ministry of inner healing through prayer. On the practicalities of this spiritual therapy it is a top-class resource." --J. I. Packer, professor of Theology, Regent College

"Jesus' healing ministry is an unfolding of the gift of salvation, the wholeness that God desires for each of us. Brad and Cindy present a way of walking with Jesus into that wholeness, cooperating with the Holy Spirit to heal and free God's people from the hidden wounds that we all carry deep within us. This book balances the interactions of mind, body and spirit in unique and practical ways. I highly recommend it." --Rev. John Rice, chaplain, Mountain Chapter-Order of St. Luke, Black Mountain, North Carolina

"I love the approach of this book, which presents the key elements of healing as a process. This book is excellent, very balanced, with important things to say." --Dr. Francis MacNutt, founder, Christian Healing Ministries


The Authors

  1. Brad Long

    Brad Long

    Brad Long, D.Min., is executive director of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International and an author. He lives in Black Mountain, North Carolina.

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  2. Cindy Strickler

    Cindy Strickler

    Cindy Strickler, M.Div., served as the Director of Pastoral Care and ACPE supervisor at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, New Jersey. She now lives with her husband in Lenoir, North Carolina.

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