Book Review: The Healing Breakthrough by Randy Clark
Creating an Atmosphere of Faith for Healing—
this is a how-to book to do just that.
I love Randy Clark’s writing style. He has an openness and authenticity that are not always found in books of this type. I especially appreciate his openness to talk about portions of his life before he became famous for healing miracles and was struggling to come to real faith for healing.
Mr. Clark addresses several common objections to healing with short but concise chapters on each issue, such as, Paul’s thorn in the flesh, whether faith is or is not dependent on signs and wonders, hype, emotionalism, and cessationism.
He includes a good discussion on what real faith for healing really is, including a lengthy citation from Charles Price that was very helpful.
This book also has lots of tips and techniques, that is, the how-to create an atmosphere of healing. He included things that do and do not help to raise people’s faith for healing and thereby increase the number of healings seen.
Before each main section of the book, the author summarizes what he’s about to tell us, similar to what good speakers do. He also summarizes what he just told us at the end. This was very helpful.
I enjoyed reading about the healing stories from his own ministry and others’ ministries as well. These will help increase the readers’ faith for healing.
If you want to know the truth about healing today, want to know how to increase faith for healing or want to know how to pray for healing for others in a ministry setting, then this book is for you. If you are mainly interested in how to do street or public ministry to unbelievers, this book is not focused on that, and although some points are transferable, most are not.
To purchase your own copy of this book go here:The Healing Breakthrough: Creating an Atmosphere of Faith for Healing
(c) 2016 Cheryl Cope