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Why Am I Not Healed
Why Am I Not Healed by Glen Berteau


 
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Author: Glen Berteau
Subtitle: When God Promised
Format: Paperback
Length: 236 Pages
Published: 2020

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Pastor Glen Berteau approaches life-altering events with firsthand insight. In the parking lot outside his church, soon after writing this book, he suffered cardiac arrest and died. Following the lack of oxygen and trauma to his body from the repeated electric shocks that revived him, his chance of survival was extremely slim. For five days his family and friends refused the devastating prognosis . . . and prayed the way he had taught them to pray.

Now, walking out his miracle, Pastor Glen wants to help other believers understand the power we have in the spirit realm to command mountains to move.

Do you struggle to know if it is God’s will to heal? Let Pastor Glen share his gripping story with you as he counters seventeen hindrances to prayer for healing – and many powerful healing Scriptures and declarations. With the signposts resented here, you can rise up in your God-given authority and declare, “Devil, you request has been denied.”


Table of Contents:
Foreword by John Bevere
Introduction
Chapter 1: Beauty for Ashes
Chapter 2: Jesus Is into Wholeness Healing
Chapter 3: Is Healing God’s Will?
Chapter 4: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
Chapter 5: Becoming One with Christ
Chapter 6: Am I Worthy of Being Healed?
Chapter 7: The Primary Way to Kill Your Sin Nature
Chapter 8: Do Miracles Still Happen?
Chapter 9: Never Be Afraid to Believe
Chapter 10: Why Do We Need the Word of God?
Chapter 11: Is God Willing?
Chapter 12: The In-Between
Chapter 13: Seventeen Hindrances to Your Healing
Conclusion
Afterword: My Resurrection Story
Healing Scriptures and Declarations


About the Author:
Glen Berteau is an evangelist, teacher, author, and senior pastor of The House Modesto, which has more than 11,000 members and was highlighted by Outreach magazine as the second-fastest-growing church in America. Glen and his wife, Deborah, have three children and seven grandchildren and live in Modesto, California.