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Healing Handout
January 3, 2018, 10:45 AM


Purpose: To provide a biblically based knowledge of what the scriptures say concerning Healing and for that truth to be personally applied by each person to their life. To know and live healing.

Method: Thorough study of the Bible using the Old Testament and New Testament, the Hebrew and Greek text of the Bible and the use of lexicons and dictionaries.

Bible references will be the main tool used but from time to time it will be beneficial to consult the original languages of Hebrew and Greek.

Format: Each Wednesday beginning January 3rd, 2018 till sometime in the spring of 2018. A specific end date will be set later in the series. The evening will begin promptly at 7:00 pm with prayer followed by a couple of songs to praise and worship the Lord then a time of teaching for 30 to 40 minutes followed by a time of questions and answers. After the question and answer time an offering will be received and then the service will be dismissed.

Suggestions: Bring a Bible, there is something about having your own bible, bringing it to church and reading it as the lesson is taught that helps us to see, know, understand and believe what we hear.

Bring a note book or note pad and a pen or pencil. This will help you to note any questions you might have and you will be able to take notes that will help you to retain what have you learned. You will also be able to look back over your notes to remind yourself as you may need later in time.

Use the webpage for the scripture list and talking points. Use our YouTube channel sonrisechurchpa (look for the church’s logo) watch and/or listen to the videos.

Use the Remind App to receive text messages. Your phone number and personal information remains confidential. No one in the list will see your number or your response if you choose to replay. Text messages that we send you are limited to 140 characters including spaces and punctuation.

Exception: There will always be an exception for the Holy Spirit to direct the service however He should choose.

Feedback: Your feedback is welcomed and encouraged.