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Divine Healing Sermons by Aimee Semple McPherson

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Author: Aimee Semple McPherson
Subtitle: A Collection of Messages Delivered During Her Groundbreaking Healing Meetings
Format: Paperback
Length: 125 Pages
Published: 2014

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In 1915, Aimee Semple McPherson began traveling around the United States, holding tent revivals, with some crowds reaching well over thirty thousand people. The tent revivals, of this vivacious and spirited speaker would last weeks in any given city across the country. She used a brass band, choirs, and props of all sorts in her sermons.

During McPherson’s ministry, tens of thousands of people were healed when she prayed for them, but she herself took no credit for the healings instead giving full credit to God. She insisted that divine healing was not found in the emergency room, the world of entertainment, or the scientist’s laboratory; it was a church sacrament, accessible by faith and devotion alone.

Divine Healing Sermons is a collection of the messages McPherson reached during her amazing ministry. They remain as powerful and accessible today as they were a century ago.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Is Jesus Christ the Great “I Am” or the Great “I Was”?
Chapter 2: A Double Cure for a Double Curse
Chapter 3: The Scriptural Relationship of Salvation and Divine Healing
Chapter 4: the Three Parties Concerned in Your Healing
Chapter 5: How to Receive Your Healing
Chapter 6: How to Keep Your Healing
Chapter 7: Questions Frequently Asked Regarding Divine Healing
Chapter 8: God’s Pattern for a Model Revival
Chapter 9: Some Wonderful Testimonies of Those Healed Through Prayer
About the Author

About the Author:

Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944) was a woman ahead of her time. She crossed the United States with two young children in an era when women were not permitted to vote. She established an evangelistic ministry and built a large evangelistic center at a time when women were expected to marry, have children, and leave religion and other important pursuits to men. But God had a plan for her life that did not take into account human ways of doing things. As an evangelist who preached the gospel not only across the United States but also around the world, “Sister Aimee” incorporated the cutting-edge communications media of her day, becoming a pioneer in broadcasting the gospel on the radio.

Upon opening the doors of Angelus Temple in Los Angeles in 1923, Sister Aimee developed an extensive social ministry, feeding more than 1.5 million people during the Great Depression. She summarized her message into four major points, which she called “the Foursquare Gospel”: Jesus is the Savior; Jesus is the Healer; Jesus is the Baptizer, with the Holy Spirit; and Jesus is the soon-coming King. She founded the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, also known as The Foursquare Church, which continues to spread the Foursquare Gospel throughout the world to this day. Recently, Time magazine named her as one of the most influential people of the twentieth century.