Diary of God's Generals: Excerpts from the Miracle Ministry of John G. Lake

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Harrison House Incorporated, Feb 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 96 pages
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Features & Benefits- Notable insights into the life of one of the world's greatest healing evangelists as expressed first-hand from his various writings.- Edge-of-the-seat adventures that would seem unreal were they not acts of God!- Short accounts for quick reading in a compact, travel-size book.

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Healing spiritual and physical.

User Review  - rtford - Christianbook.com

In an age when the Bible is being explained away, (such as Jn 14:12 and Mark 16:9-20) the book documents how The Holy Spirit will work through those who are willing to help others experience physical and spiritual healing, by calling upon The Father in the name of our Saviour Jesus. Read full review


User Review  - Gloria - Christianbook.com

The only thing wrong with this book is it is too short! I was engrossed in it from the first page. Very powerful! Read full review

About the author (2004)

John G. Lake was born March 18, 1870. At the age of 21 he became a Methodist minister, however, he chose to start a newspaper instead of accepting a church ministry. In 1898, Lake's wife, who was seriously ill, was miraculously healed under the ministry of John Alexander Dowie. The experience forever changed the direction of Lake's life. He is remembered best for his missionary work in South Africa, but his ministry in the U.S. was also powerful. In just five years, 100,000 healings were recorded at the Lake healing rooms in Spokane, Washington. What he accomplished as a result of his intense regard for the Word of God is an example to all Christians of what is possible for anyone who will believe and act on the Scriptures.

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