Christ the Healer, first published by my late father, F. F. Bosworth, in , has been in continual print for seventy-six years. The book has been the living pioneer. F. F. Bosworth’s earnest prayer was that many thousands would learn to apply the promises of God’s Word to their lives through his book, Christ the Healer. Christ the Healer by F.F. Bosworth is more than a classic book on healing. It is a classic book on faith – faith for healing. I agree with Bosworth’s assertion that.

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This page was last edited on 8 Decemberat Today he is best known for his book Christ the Healer which went through seven editions in his lifetime and now has overcopies in print. As such, this is a pioneer work that has an air of tent meetings and sermons delivered via radio in the early days of that medium.

His Methodist experiences also included salvation at the age of 16 or 17, and boswlrth spontaneous healing from major lung problems a couple years later. Doctors said he did not have long to live, so he took what he thought would be his final trip to see his parents.

Christ the Healer

Jul 31, Keith Lannon added it. In the late s, Parham was hampered by controversial allegations of Sodomy, said to have been stirred by his Zion city opponent W. Gordon Abraham affliction anointed answer Atonement believe Bible blessing bodily healing buffetings Calvary cancer Christ Christian Church commanded confession covenant curse Decapolis devil disease divine healing doubt emancipation proclamation eyes F. Inwhen Bosworth’s family thought it was his time to go, Branham visited his bedside, prayed with him, and was greatly encouraged by his testimony.

Bosworth’s phenomenal ministry in South Africa, on which he embarked at the age of Pity that the language and anecdotes are a bit dated, but the truths are timeless. In Septemberthough, Bosworth and his friend John G Lake were attracted to the Pentecostal message of Charles Parhamwho set up a large tent in Zion and tried to attract disaffected Dowieites. Lake, Charles Parham, and a number of other Pentecostal pioneers.


Prior to Bosworth’s death, the 7th edition had been expanded to include 14 sermons. The new international dictionary of Pentecostal and charismatic movements Rev. Lake at Zion City, and they would be close friends for several years. Bosworth did not agree with this and tried to get them to change, presenting his arguments at one of their conventions.

Several years after his healing he attended Alexander Dowie’s church in Zion City, Illinoisthen came into Pentecost and attended Pentecostal services. He began playing in a juvenile village band; then he played in the senior village band.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Bosworth experienced his own miraculous healing in Christ, and his sermons which are highlighted in this books are filled with the messages of faith, the importance of repentance and studying the Scriptures. We live in a time, where one with faith is ridiculed or mocked and when evidence of one’s faith surfaces: Bosworth was friends with Paul Rader, one of the first radio evangelists, and Paul Rader was broadcasting on Chicago radio stations prior to When Bosworth died, Branham was asked by the family to come to preach his funeral but was unable to attend because he was in the middle of a campaign.

Through at leastit appears that when Bosworth was not overseas, he worked with Branham on a number of campaigns. I highly recommend this book not only to those who need healing but also to those who want to stay well.

Christ the Healer by F.F. Bosworth

Divine healing has been a controversial topic in the Church of today prompting questions such as: Views Read Edit View history. According to Joybringer Bosworthafter his healing Bosworth became an active member of the community in Fitzgerald, buying then operating a barber shop for some time, working assistant postmaster for over a year less than two yearsthen he was elected as City Clerk a position he held for two years.


As such, this is a pioneer boswortb that has an air of tent meetings and sermons delivered via radio in the early I began to read this book in order to gain more insight into the so-called healing ministries and their particular take on biblical interpretation.

It appears the turning point for Bosworth’s healing ministry were meetings in Lima, Ohio in August I saw it on the shelf in our local Christian bookstore. Mar 18, Joel rated it liked it. An important truth to note: The Faith That Takes. When William Branham broke out, and after he realised he needed assistance on his travels, Bosworth was the man who was humble enough to stand in Branham’s shadow and do a lot of the teaching.

It is unclear whether his meeting with Kenyon was before his move to Texas, since he had returned to the Chicago area by While there he attended a religious meeting and was approached by an older Methodist “Bible woman” who “used to walk the hills of Georgia and the Carolinas selling Bibles and preaching the gospel. Check date values in: Trivia About Christ the Healer. A classic faith-building work on healing for the Christian.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mar 28, Marja Verschoor-Meijers rated it really liked it.

It not only teaches healing from the Word of God, it also has numerous testimonies of people who experienced healings for themselves. Parham, The Life of Charles F.

This is a Christian classic, written inand has been reissued several times.