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Thy Will Be Done: Sickness, Faith, and the God Who Heals

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Thy Will Be Done: Sickness, Faith, and the God Who Heals
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Publisher: The Plough Publishing House
ISBN/ASIN: 087486867X
ISBN-13: 9780874868678
Number of pages: 207

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With childlike confidence in the possibility of miracles and a deep trust that the Creator is supremely wise and good, the Blumhardts point us away from our woes and to Jesus. As the Great Physician, he offers lasting comfort and healing without cost.

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