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I took another sheep, and made a thing of pain and fear and left it bound up to heal.
A spiritual wound produced by a rending of the spiritual body is like a physical wound and, strange as it may seem, just as a deep wound may heal and its edges join, physical and spiritual wounds alike can yet heal completely only as the result of a vital force from within.
This microcapsule releases the healing agent, where it makes contact with catalyst and thus initiating polymerization to heal the cracks.
Essentially, MacNutt contends that God can heal wherever human beings experience pain.
However, our patient leaves the hospital and goes to live at the toby, where he is surrounded by a supportive and encouraging community, takes part in the services of healing and exorcism, and, as Pastor Andrian said, "God heals him.
The central belief is that God, who is the source of healing, continues to heal today through the church community, and endows spiritual gifts to individuals whom he uses as channels of his healing power.