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Kenneth Hagin Had It Right! by E. Davenport June 22, 2012

If you go to Google and type in the words “God‘s Medicine,” and then click on images…fasten your seat belt.  Some of the images were amazing (ly off track).  Go and see for yourself.  I even saw the words: Tobacco….lol…I will admit that I did not read it.  Perhaps, a little taken aback by how that single ingredient has affected one too many family members near and dear to me.  To say that in my opinion was as bad as saying that a storm is an “act of God.”  Don’t get me started!

Kenneth Hagin often referred to as the “Father of Faith,” taught long before everyone else realized many truths about God’s word.  Most especially he proclaimed that the Healing scriptures in the bible have the power to heal.  I for one know that this is true along with thousands or perhaps millions of others.

Out of all of the sites here at CAfe Sozo this should be the most read; yet it isn’t.  While over 1,000 people per day will go to the faith site; only 100 per day come to this site.  Yet, the hospitals are doing a booming business!   That is crazy.  I believe in going to doctors and hospitals.  However, I do strongly believe that the Word of God when meditated upon can bring forth VICTORIOUS OUTRAGEOUS results!    If you are a believer and even if you are not…you have a DUTY to tell people the good news.  That is Jesus heals!!!!

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I am a born again believer. I am a Prayer Intercessor, writer, wife, mom, sold out for God lady! I believe that Jesus heals. I also believe that many people need faith information and prayer and this site will offer this.

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