Kathyrn Kuhlman : A Spiritual Biography Of Gods Miracle Worker
1. A Miracle Service
2. The Legend Begins
3. Defining Moments
4. The Call Of God
5. The Day Kathryn Kuhlman “Died”
6. The First Miracle
7. Her Best Friend
8. The Glory Belongs To God
Join historian Roberts Liardon on a riveting journey through the life of Kathryn Kuhlman, one of the most fascinating women of the 20th century.
In this study of a miraculous healing ministry that spanned a half a century, you will:
*Read about the countless thousands who were healed in her presence-often without her ever laying a hand on them.
*Learn all about her vitality and victory, her tragedies and triumphs, and how she used them all to draw her ever closer to Jesus.
*Find out how she was able to allow the Holy Spirit to become her best Friend and greatest Teacher-and how you can, too.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780883688373
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: September 2005
Publisher: Whitaker House Publishers
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