Healed at Last
June 9, 2014
Meningitis at the age of three left Scott Blackwell with a legacy of serious lifelong health problems, including the severe limp he still walks with. But his physical ailments were only the half of it. By his own admission, he found himself at the age of 18 "tired, starving, sick, experimenting widely with any drug I could find, mildly suicidal and alone".
This book tells how God brought profound healing into Scott Blackwell’s life. But it is also the story of Scott’s search for what the Bible teaches about physical healing, in this life and the next. Many Christian pastors make strong claims today about God's promise to heal all our physical illnesses. What are we to make of these claims? What does the Bible actually teach about healing?
Scott's examination of these important issues is personal, warm, practical and often funny. But it is also clear, thorough and compelling in its presentation of the Bible's teaching about healing.
Healed at Last offers truth, hope and encouragement for everyone who longs to be healed.
This week, the Cross Focused Reviewers are participating in a book review blog tour for Healed At Last (Matthias Media, 2014). Excerpts and links to the reviews will appear below as they are available:
“The author consistently points the reader back to Christ and to the Father’s work in the ministry of miracles.” Reviewer: Spencer Cummins Rating: 4 Stars
“This book is full of hope.” Reviewer: Val Belley Rating: 4 Stars
“This title was Biblically balanced and packed with truth according to the full counsel of God.”Reviewer: Angela Parsley Rating: 5 stars
“The strength of this book lies in it’s storytelling and emphasis on God’s sovereignty and love for his people.” Reviewer: Kaye Chalwell Rating: 4 Stars
“I recommend this book for anyone who is experiencing physical maladies or those who need to grasp the true biblical picture of what healing is all about.”Reviewer: Mike Boling Rating: 4 Stars
“I highly recommend this book.” Reviewer: Greg Wilson Rating: 5 Stars
“This book reminds us that our hope is on the work of Christ and on the certainty that our salvation will be completed at the Day of the Lord.” Reviewer: William Perkins Rating: 5 Stars
“Though this book deals extensively with healing, it is primarily a glorious proclamation of the gospel and a proclamation of Christ.” Reviewer: Chris Ho Rating: 4 Stars
“This book will help readers have a biblical understanding of miracles.” Reviewer: Louis Zinc Rating: 5 Stars