More Than a Healer

by Costi W. Hinn    |     Book Summary


Author: Costi W. Hinn
Publisher: Zondervan
Date: 2021
Pages: 192

Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne


There is no shortage of suffering in this world, and there is no shortage of those who exploit that suffering for shameful gain. So many are driven to a state of desperation by their physical, emotional, and spiritual pain that they end up deceived and confused. They’re so busy seeking the healing they want that they miss the Healer they really need.

Certainly, Jesus is a healer, but He is so much more than that. We must look beyond what Jesus can do for us and be reminded of who He is. Jesus is God, our Savior, and our Redeemer. The fullness of His deity can never be comprehended by our human minds. He is eternal, unchanging, and unfathomable in His greatness. “Can we ever have enough of Jesus? If we think we can, we ought to think again.” (p. xvi)

We all suffer in this life, but if we keep our eyes on the eternal truths of Scripture we will be given the strength to endure. Maybe the healing will come while on this earth, maybe it won’t. It doesn’t change who God is or His covenant promises to His people. That is where our true healing lies.





More Than a Healer

by Costi W. Hinn

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Author Costi W. Hinn
Publisher Zondervan
Date 2021
Pages 192


Overview:

There is no shortage of suffering in this world, and there is no shortage of those who exploit that suffering for shameful gain. So many are driven to a state of desperation by their physical, emotional, and spiritual pain that they end up deceived and confused. They’re so busy seeking the healing they want that they miss the Healer they really need.

Certainly, Jesus is a healer, but He is so much more than that. We must look beyond what Jesus can do for us and be reminded of who He is. Jesus is God, our Savior, and our Redeemer. The fullness of His deity can never be comprehended by our human minds. He is eternal, unchanging, and unfathomable in His greatness. “Can we ever have enough of Jesus? If we think we can, we ought to think again.” (p. xvi)

We all suffer in this life, but if we keep our eyes on the eternal truths of Scripture we will be given the strength to endure. Maybe the healing will come while on this earth, maybe it won’t. It doesn’t change who God is or His covenant promises to His people. That is where our true healing lies.