I Believe in Miracles by Kathryn Kuhlman
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I Believe in Miracles
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All healing is divine, whether it is physical or spiritual; but of the two, it is an undeniable fact, that the spiritual healing is greater. I am not a woman with great faith — I am a woman with a little faith in the great God! The power of the Holy Spirit is not confined to any one place or any one system. See Acts , Acts The validity of the Christian Faith rests on one supreme Miracle: the cornerstone upon which the whole superstructure of Christianity rises or falls, depends on the truth of this Miracle — the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
By the early s Kathryn Kuhlman Waltrip was given equal billing. Finally by the mids Kathryn was using only Kathryn Kuhlman in meetings where she was the primary speaker. In Kuhlman went on an evangelistic tour on the east coast without Waltrip.
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I Believe In Miracles: The Kathryn Kuhlman Story – Part 2
Thank you! Just about the time that some New Testament scholars have proven to their own satisfaction that there are no reliable accounts of miracles in Our Lord's ministry, there comes on the scene an ordained Baptist minister, Miss Kathryn Kuhlman, with twenty-one case histories of miracles that have happened within the Christian household today. Even though these miracles have happened under her leadership, she specifically disclaims of His Redeeming Son, and the Power of the Holy Ghost.
Kathryn Kuhlman May 9, — February 20, was an American evangelist known for hosting healing services. After a spiritual experience at age 14, several years later, she began itinerant preaching, with her elder sister and brother-in law, in Idaho. Later, she was ordained by the Evangelical Church Alliance. Kuhlman met Burroughs Waltrip, a Texas evangelist who was eight years her senior. Shortly after his visit to Denver, Waltrip divorced his wife, left his family and moved to Mason City, Iowa , where he began a revival center called Radio Chapel. Kuhlman and her friend and pianist Helen Gulliford came into town to help him raise funds for his ministry. It was shortly after their arrival that the romance between Burroughs and Kuhlman became publicly known.