Get your thank you email ready to send because after reading this post I KNOW that you will want to express your gratitude. (Am I being cocky? Nope, just convinced.) To say that what you are about to read is powerful might well be the understatement of the year!

Before I go any further, let me give credit where credit is due. I recently reread F.F. Bosworth’s Christ the Healer and found myself going through highlighter pen after highlighter pen emphasizing the many rich truths found in this book. (If you don’t have a copy of this book, do yourself a favor and order it NOW! Christ the Healer – Revised and Expanded Edition) The book is so good that I not only highlighted Bosworth’s insights, but I entered quotation after quotation into my Excel spreadsheet so that these truths wouldn’t fade away.

These insights are too powerful to keep to myself. In this post, I will share 12 of these quotations plus the page number on which they can be found. (Note: This is from the Revised and Expanded Edition published in 2008. Page numbers in previous editions will read differently.)

Before you read Bosworth’s insights, I need to share this note of warning. After each of the quotes shown below, you’ll find yourself bellowing “Oh, yes!” Please be mindful of those around you.

  • God always fulfills His promises when He can get the right cooperation. (19)
  • Who has the authority to change God’s redemptive names? (53)
  • If you need a miracle, get in tune with the Miracle Worker. (101)
  • “Thus saith the Lord” settles everything. “It is written” is all that faith needs. (103)
  • Instead of your listening to the “father of lies,” make him listen to your praising God for His promise! (111)
  • Faith does not wait for the walls to fall down; faith shouts them down! (115)
  • Faith has to do only with the Word of God. (119)
  • God is just as faithful to one promise as to another. (128)
  • Faith is saying and believing what God says, and then acting accordingly. (128)
  • The Holy Spirit is always ready to execute for us the fulfillment of any promise God has given. (133)
  • The only purpose of God’s promises is their fulfillment. (167)
  • It is the business of Christians to prove to the world by actual demonstration that the promises of God are as true today as they were two thousand years ago. (167)

I hate to stop sharing but I must. In the next post, I’ll share 12 more quotations. (Hint! Hint!) Be sure to send your email thank you note to [email protected]