Sickness and miraculous healing are shrouded in mystery. Not many know how to pray for themselves or a loved one when they are sick. Not only that, most people don’t feel confident that God is willing to help them when they pray.
After John W. Nichols (author of GOD is HERE) discovered his daughter had many symptoms of autism, he began reading the Bible with new eyes, trying to understand healing for today. Soon he felt impressed to fast for 7 weeks and pray through Scriptures about healing daily.
Healing is Here: A 49-Day Devotional Journey of Healing Through the Bible, compiles the author’s notes and prayers during his fast. It has been organized to apply to anyone who wants to learn about healing at their own pace, with Scriptural support, suggested prayers, and journaling prompts. (There is no requirement to fast while going through this devotional)
John systematically teaches the mysteries he has unlocked over the course of four years of studying and applying Biblical Christian healing. He wrote this devotional with the hope of helping others who are in similar circumstances: those who desperately need healing, aren’t sure how to pray, and are wondering if God is willing to help.
Week 2 covers verses that reveal:
Jesus didn’t do things we assume God is doing
Who is behind sickness
How we receive healing in a similar way as salvation—by grace through faith
How repentance brings healing
Jesus’s authority to heal and our responsibility to bear His name
The Bible, God’s still small voice, and the Living Word, all have healing power
How our words should bless and not curse
Over the course of the full 49 days you will discover:
What is God and Jesus’s will regarding healing
How Jesus fulfilled prophetic verses of healing
How God’s will is accomplished
What we can learn from the remarkable similarity between salvation and healing
What do covenants have to do with sickness and healing
How to receive the same blessings God promised His people in the Bible
How God disciplines and teaches us
What faith has to do with healing
What we can learn about God by looking at Jesus in the gospels
How sin and righteousness affects healing
What the Bible teaches us about evil spirits
How Jesus showed us to fight the enemy, and how to be equipped for that fight
How Satan attacks, and what we can do about it
What Jesus told His disciples (and us) to do
What is the right atmosphere for healing
How to exercise and apply Jesus’s name, authority, anointing, and blood
How fear and doubt play into sickness and how to overcome them
How to heal the soul (thoughts and emotions)
What are the promises and benefits of God, and how to claim them
How fasting affects healing
Many surprising (and practical) elements of healing seen in the Bible which can be applied today
Don’t forget to get the free resources linked within the book!
"What I love about this devotional is that it answers questions about healing (mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally) in such a relatable way. Each devotional is loaded with Bible verses, a prayer and thought provoking questions to help you journal your journey to healing and restoration. This is a must read for anyone from the new believer to the person that's walked with Christ their whole life. You will gain new understanding of the Scriptures and insight into who God is and how He wants to heal you." — Chris Hendrix, Author of Devotional Guide to Stretching Your Faith, Devotions By Chris, DevotionsByChris.com
"Healing is Here is a powerful resource for those pursuing physical healing in their bodies. Written with gentleness and humility, he addresses so many deep concepts in a way that quietly unravels the bad theology we've so often been taught. Jesus truly was Healer while on earth, and His Father is no different. This book is written in an accessible weekly format, so the ideas can be revisited easily as necessary. Healing is part of our portion as believers, so don't live another day sick. Pick up this book and get grounded in what the eternal Word has to say about wholeness in your body!" — Andrea Joy Moede, Writer, Coach, Speaker, Author of Misunderstood, Path of Truth, and God is Light, AndreaJoy.org
"I had such a leap in my spirit that this book is going to be so anointed for the times we are in. The introduction and first devotional gave me a hunger to know more about healing." — Danielle Edens, Author of Breaking Out of the Cocoon, Founder of Second Chance Dreamers
"John Nichols is an example of a young man whose life has been marvelously transformed when he surrendered to Christ. He now lives to share what he has learned with others. His Bible-based teaching will lead every follower of Jesus into a deeper, more joyful walk." — Joanne Hillman, Author of Listening Prayer, A Perfect Marriage, Song of Salome, and more, JoanneHillman.com
At the mention of books, John W. Nichols’ ears perk up, he gets a spine-tingling sensation (no pun intended), and he can’t help but find out what read is on discussion. With his first computer at twelve years of age, John began writing, and he is an avid reader, always with a stack of books by his bedside and listening to as many audiobooks as possible when working on mindless tasks. When Jesus saved him at the age of twenty, John started reading the best book you could ever read, over and over, recognizing the Holy Bible as a letter from the Creator of all things.
He thought one day (when he was old) he might write a book for God. But God thought he should write something sooner, and told John in a prayer session on January 1st, 2016 to write his book. Since then John has written several drafts of books and completed GOD is HERE: Finding God in the Pain of a Broken World, it’s accompanying workbook, and Healing is Here: A 49-Day Devotional Journey of Healing Through the Bible.
In other prayer sessions, God called John to preach His Word, seek His face, and go into the land He would show Him. He and his wife, Trinna, and three children, are following this call to show the love of Christ to the world. This was first exhibited teaching and leading worship in their local church, then by working with people with disabilities, then going to preach at the state prison, loving their neighborhood community, reaching out to women and children enslaved in human trafficking, and now making disciples of Jesus, who make disciples, who make disciples.
When John caught a glimpse of how God saw him, everything changed, and he has since sought to show others this good news. He’s recognized most people, Christian or not, feel unfulfilled and don’t know their life’s purpose. This has led John to help people find their calling and have a life of adventure with God. To be encouraged in the way God sees you, go to: GodAndYouAndMe.com
If you’d like an update on what God is doing with John and his family, and would like to support them in prayer or financially visit: GodAndYouAndMe.com/Ministry-
You can also connect with John in the following ways.
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