Accelerated Healing – Accessing Jesus’ Finished Work of Divine Healing By John Proodian – Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Expect to be Encouraged, Equipped, Fortified, and Expectant

Dr. John Proodian’s book “Accelerated Healing – Accessing Jesus’ Finished Work of Divine Healing” is packed with thirty-one fast-moving chapters; candid honest unassuming stories from personal experiences openly relating early disappointments and lessons learned from testimonies of miracle stories of accelerated healings.

These chapters introduce the ministry of miraculous healing, the word of knowledge in healing, faith response, and Jesus’ anointing for healing, and a remarkable revelation into the study of living out the book of Acts in healing encounters and the manifestations of the Spirit. Dr. John calls for boldness, explains three levels of faith, and provides the reader with insight from the Old and New Testament scriptures.

These stories draw the reader into accessing the miraculous; the words and works that reveal Jesus’ finished work of divine healing. Readers can expect their study to create a desire to initiate a relationship and encounter with Jesus as they recognize the reality of Jesus ministry of faith.

I enjoyed Dr. John’s conversational writing style.  He piqued my interest in this new paradigm shift with questions and concepts I had not studied in any depth in the past. I went away from each reading with lots to think and pray about.

Dr. Proodian work is highly endorsed by well-known Christian leaders in the prophetic and healing ministries globally.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc. P.O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 9780768419047, $16.95, 2018, 180 Pages

 

 

 

 

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