A controversial book on deliverance : Pigs in The Parlour by Frank and Ida Mae Hammond

  

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First page of the Gospel of Mark, by Sargis Pi... First page of the Gospel of Mark, by Sargis Pitsak, a Medieval Armenian scribe and miniaturist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This month brings my most unsettling book to write about so far. I feel quite hesitant about it, but as the authors claim it is Biblically trustworthy stuff that teaches how to bring healing – through deliverance in Jesus name  – to people in bondage to various kinds of problems, I guess it’s worth a post.

My last post about ‘Healing the Family Tree’ touched on the topic of ‘deliverance’ in the context of the Eucharist – otherwise known as the Holy Communion service. From what I have read so far about healing and deliverance (as a total amateur on all of this by the way who isn’t really even in a position to practise any of the stuff I read except maybe on myself)  the administration and receipt of deliverance…

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