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February 16, 2009

James Moore Hickson Info Added

Filed under: Notes and Updates - Healing and Revival Site — Admin @ 12:23 am

We have added The Healing Of Christ In the Church by Hickson plus a couple of other articles.  There is also an interesting article called James Moore Hickson, Healer which tells that Hickson regularly prayed for deliverance from evil spirits and could discern demonic activity by smell.  Look in the reference section under Hickson’s biography.

February 9, 2009

New Henry B. Wilson Book Added

Filed under: Notes and Updates - Healing and Revival Site — Admin @ 11:19 pm

We’ve added a link to the book “Does Christ Still Heal” by Henry B. Wilson who headed the Society of the Nazarene and was a pastor in New Jersey in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  Look under the reference section of Henry B. Wilson’s biography.

February 6, 2009

Weapons Of The Spirit

Filed under: Notes and Updates - Healing and Revival Site — Admin @ 5:39 pm

We don’t normally promote outside materials but we would like to recommend an incredibly moving documentary that has become available on DVD.  There have been many prophetic words about future attacks against Jews and the need for the church to step up to protect them when the time comes.

The French documentary “Weapons The Spirit” is about Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a tiny Protestant farming village in the mountains of south-central France.  Defying the Nazis and the French government that was collaborating with the Nazis, the villagers of the area of Le Chambon provided a safe haven throughout the war for whoever knocked on their door.  Most of the villagers were proud descendants of the Huguenots, first Protestants in Catholic France.  They remembered their own history of persecution, and it mattered to them.  They also read the Bible, and tried to heed the admonition to love your neighbor as yourself. Their pastor, André Trocmé, reminded them the day after France surrendered to Nazi Germany, that they should “resist the violence that will be brought to bear on their consciences through the weapons of the spirit.”  During World War II, in and around Le Chambon, 5,000 Jews were sheltered—by 5,000 Christians!

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