Laying on of hands by Kenneth E. Hagin

By Kenneth E. Hagin

An outdated and New testomony examine of this basic precept of the doctrine of Christ, with emphasis within the sector of therapeutic

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I thought the poor dear was afflicted with some kind of serious physical ailment. " People were looking at her. She was distracting from the message. "Oh," the pastor said, "Brother Hagin, that's a sad case. There's nothing wrong with her physically. She's not a member here. She does come to church some, and I've been intending to talk to her about it, but I just haven't had time. " Well, I thought that would be a good opportunity for the pastor to talk to her! I said, "I'm on my way out of the building.

I grew up, married a neighbor boy whose folks also owned a lot of land, and we had our family. I still didn't know how to read or write, but I sent our children to school. They were all grown when some people came along and started what they called a brush arbor meeting. They put up some posts, strung some wires from post to post, and put brush on top of it. I got saved and baptized with the Holy Ghost. "And you know, when I got baptized with the Holy Ghost and spoke with other tongues, God taught me to read the Bible.

And you know, when I got baptized with the Holy Ghost and spoke with other tongues, God taught me to read the Bible. I can read the Bible and never make a mistake, but it's all I can read. I can't read anything else. "Then we moved to town. My husband and the boys would go out to work the farm in the daytime, and I'd be left alone. ' I couldn't sing in the church, because I didn't have any voice for music. I couldn't teach a Sunday School class because they used a quarterly, and I couldn't read the quarterly.

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