Table Charismata Matters

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Examples of Prayer Warriors

G.C. Bevington
Remarkable Incidents and Modern Miracles Through Prayer and Faith by G.C. Bevington (or here, here, here, here) (autobiography)

Johann Christoph Blumhardt
The Awakening: One Man's Battle with Darkness by Friedrich Zuendel 
Pastor Blumhardt by Capt. R. Kelso Carter
Blumhardt's Battle: A Conflict With Satan by Thomas E. Lowe

Rees Howells
Rees Howells--Intercessor by Norman P. Grubb

John Hyde
Praying Hyde by Francis McGaw (or here, here)
A Present-Day Challenge to Prayer by Captain E. G. Carre

George Mueller
The Life of Trust by George Muller
George Muller of Bristol by Arthur T. Pierso
George Muller: Man of Faith biography by Basil Miller

John Welch
John Welch:Mighty Man of Prayer
John Welsh of Ayr by Maurice Roberts 
The Life, Correspondence, & Sermons of John Welch, Somtime Minister of the Gospel in AYR
The History of Mr. John Welch

Answered Prayer in Missionary Service by Basil William Miller

D.L. Moody's Supernatural Experience

(originally posted 10/8/15)

In the biography of D.L. Moody by his son William R. Moody, the following is written on page 149:
During this Eastern visit the hunger for more spiritual power was still upon Mr. Moody.

"My heart was not in the work of begging," he said. "I could not appeal. I was crying all the time that God would fill me with His Spirit. Well, one day, in the city of New York—oh, what a day! —I cannot describe it, I seldom refer to it; it is almost too sacred an experience to name. Paul had an experience of which he never spoke for fourteen years. I can only say that God revealed Himself to me, and I had such an experience of His love that I had to ask Him to stay His hand. I went to preaching again. The sermons were not different; I did not present any new truths, and yet hundreds were converted. I would not now be placed back where I was before that blessed experience if you should give me all the world—it would be as the small dust of the balance."
This is probably the same experience recorded by his friend R.A. Torrey in his book Why God Used D.L. Moody

The seventh thing that was the secret of why God used D. L. Moody was that he had a very definite enduement with power from on High, a very clear and definite baptism with the Holy Ghost. Moody knew he had "the baptism with the Holy Ghost"; he had no doubt about it. In his early days he was a great hustler; he had a tremendous desire to do something, but he had no real power. He worked very largely in the energy of the flesh.
But there were two humble Free Methodist women who used to come over to his meetings in the Y.M.C.A. One was "Auntie Cook" and the other, Mrs. Snow. (I think her name was not Snow at that time.) These two women would come to Mr. Moody at the close of his meetings and say: "We are praying for you." Finally, Mr. Moody became somewhat nettled and said to them one night: "Why are you praying for me? Why don't you pray for the unsaved?" They replied: "We are praying that you may get the power." Mr. Moody did not know what that meant, but he got to thinking about it, and then went to these women and said: "I wish you would tell me what you mean"; and they told him about the definite baptism with the Holy Ghost. Then he asked that he might pray with them and not they merely pray for him.

Auntie Cook once told me of the intense fervor with which Mr. Moody prayed on that occasion. She told me in words that I scarcely dare repeat, though I have never forgotten them. And he not only prayed with them, but he also prayed alone.

Not long after, one day on his way to England, he was walking up Wall Street in New York; (Mr. Moody very seldom told this and I almost hesitate to tell it) and in the midst of the bustle and hurry of that city his prayer was answered; the power of God fell upon him as he walked up the street and he had to hurry off to the house of a friend and ask that he might have a room by himself, and in that room he stayed alone for hours; and the Holy Ghost came upon him, filling his soul with such joy that at last he had to ask God to withhold His hand, lest he die on the spot from very joy. He went out from that place with the power of the Holy Ghost upon him, and when he got to London (partly through the prayers of a bedridden saint in Mr. Lessey's church), the power of God wrought through him mightily in North London, and hundreds were added to the churches; and that was what led to his being invited over to the wonderful campaign that followed in later years.

Time and again Mr. Moody would come to me and say: "Torrey, I want you to preach on the baptism with the Holy Ghost." I do not know how many times he asked me to speak on that subject. Once, when I had been invited to preach in the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York (invited at Mr. Moody's suggestion; had it not been for his suggestion the invitation would never have been extended to me), just before I started for New York, Mr. Moody drove up to my house and said: "Torrey, they want you to preach at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York. It is a great big church, cost a million dollars to build it." Then he continued: "Torrey, I just want to ask one thing of you. I want to tell you what to preach about. You will preach that sermon of yours on 'Ten Reasons Why I Believe the Bible to Be the Word of God' and your sermon on 'The Baptism With the Holy Ghost.'"

Time and again, when a call came to me to go off to some church, he would come up to me and say: "Now, Torrey, be sure and preach on the baptism with the Holy Ghost." I do not know how many times he said that to me. Once I asked him: "Mr. Moody, don't you think I have any sermons but those two: 'Ten Reasons Why I Believe the Bible to Be the Word of God' and 'The Baptism With the Holy Ghost'?" "Never mind that," he replied, "you give them those two sermons.

Once he had some teachers at Northfield—fine men, all of them, but they did not believe in a definite baptism with the Holy Ghost for the individual. They believed that every child of God was baptized with the Holy Ghost, and they did not believe in any special baptism with the Holy Ghost for the individual. Mr. Moody came to me and said: "Torrey, will you come up to my house after the meeting tonight and I will get those men to come, and I want you to talk this thing out with them."

Of course, I very readily consented, and Mr. Moody and I talked for a long time, but they did not altogether see eye to eye with us. And when they went, Mr. Moody signaled me to remain for a few moments. Mr. Moody sat there with his chin on his breast, as he so often sat when he was in deep thought; then he looked up and said: "Oh, why will they split hairs? Why don't they see that this is just the one thing that they themselves need? They are good teachers, they are wonderful teachers, and I am so glad to have them here; but why will they not see that the baptism with the Holy Ghost is just the one touch that they themselves need?"

I shall never forget the eighth of July, 1894, to my dying day. It was the closing day of the Northfield Students' Conference—the gathering of the students from the eastern colleges. Mr. Moody had asked me to preach on Saturday night and Sunday morning on the baptism with the Holy Ghost. On Saturday night I had spoken about, "The Baptism With the Holy Ghost: What It Is; What It Does; the Need of It and the Possibility of It." On Sunday morning I spoke on "The Baptism With the Holy Spirit: How to Get It." It was just exactly twelve o'clock when I finished my morning sermon, and I took out my watch and said: "Mr. Moody has invited us all to go up to the mountain at three o'clock this afternoon to pray for the power of the Holy Spirit. It is three hours to three o'clock. Some of you cannot wait three hours. You do not need to wait. Go to your rooms; go out into the woods; go to your tent; go anywhere where you can get alone with God and have this matter out with Him."

At three o'clock we all gathered in front of Mr. Moody's mother's house (she was then still living), and then began to pass down the lane, through the gate, up on the mountainside. There were four hundred and fifty-six of us in all; I know the number because Paul Moody counted us as we passed through the gate.

After a while Mr. Moody said: "I don't think we need to go any further; let us sit down here." We sat down on stumps and logs and on the ground. Mr. Moody said: "Have any of you students anything to say?" I think about seventy-five of them arose, one after the other, and said: "Mr. Moody, I could not wait till three o'clock; I have been alone with God since the morning service, and I believe I have a right to say that I have been baptized with the Holy Spirit."

When these testimonies were over, Mr. Moody said: "Young men, I can't see any reason why we shouldn't kneel down here right now and ask God that the Holy Ghost may fall upon us just as definitely as He fell upon the apostles on the Day of Pentecost. Let us pray." And we did pray, there on the mountainside. As we had gone up the mountainside heavy clouds had been gathering, and just as we began to pray those clouds broke and the raindrops began to fall through the overhanging pines. But there was another cloud that had been gathering over Northfield for ten days, a cloud big with the mercy and grace and power of God; and as we began to pray our prayers seemed to pierce that cloud and the Holy Ghost fell upon us. Men and women, that is what we all need the Baptism with the Holy Ghost.

John Flavel's Supernatural Experience

(originally posted 10/8/15)

According to one article, the following account by John Flavel is probably autobiographical and told in the third person in a similar way Paul spoke in the third person in 2 Cor. 12:1ff.

1. Mediate, in, and by the previous use and exercise of faith, heart-examination, &c. The Spirit of God concurring with, and blessing such duties as these, helps the soul by them to a sight of its interest in Christ, and the glory to come; which being gained, joy is no more under the soul's command. I have, with good assurance, this account of a minister, "Who being alone in a journey, and willing to make the best improvement he could of that day’s solitude, set himself to a close examination of the state of his soul, and then of the life to come, and the manner of its being, and living in heaven, in the views of all those things which are now pure objects of faith and hope. After a while, he perceived his thoughts begin to fix, and come closer to these great and astonishing things than was usual; and as his mind settled upon them, his affections began to rise with answerable liveliness and vigour."

"He therefore (while he was yet master of his own thoughts) lifted up his heart to God in a short ejaculation that God would so order it in his providence, that he might meet with no interruption from company, or any other accident in that journey; which was granted him: For, in all that day's journey, he neither met, overtook, or was overtaken by any. Thus going on his way, his thoughts began to swell, and rise higher and higher, like the waters in Ezekiel's vision, till at last they became an overflowing flood. Such was the intention of his mind, such the ravishing tastes of heavenly joys, and such the full assurance of his interest therein, that he utterly lost a sight and sense of this world, and all the concerns thereof; and, for some hours, knew no more where he was, than if he had been in a deep sleep upon his bed. At last he began to perceive himself very faint, and almost cloaked with blood, which running in abundance from his nose, had coloured his clothes and his horse from the shoulder to the hoof. He found himself almost spent, and nature to faint under the pressure enjoy unspeakable and insupportable; and at last, perceiving a spring of water in his way, he, with some difficulty, alighted to cleanse and cool his face and hands, which were drenched in blood, tears, and sweat."

"By that spring he sat down and washed, earnestly desiring, if it were the pleasure of God, that it might be his parting place from this world: He said, death had the most amiable face in his eye, that ever be beheld, except the face of Jesus Christ, which made it so; and that he could not remember (though he believed he should die there) that he had one thought of his dear wife, or children, or any other earthly concernment."

"But having drank of that spring, his spirits revived, the blood stanched, and he mounted his horse again; and on he went in the same frame of spirit, till he had finished a journey of near thirty miles, and came at night to his inn, where, being come, he greatly admired how he came thither, that his horse, without his direction had brought him thither, and that he fell not all that day, which passed not without several trances, of considerable continuance."

"Being alighted, the innkeeper came to him, with some astonishment, (being acquainted with him formerly) O Sir, said he, what is the matter with you? You look like a dead man. Friend, replied he, I was never better in my life. Show me my chamber, cause my cloak to be cleansed, burn me a little wine, and that is all I desire of you for the present. Accordingly it was done, and a supper sent up, which he could not touch; but requested of the people that they would not trouble or disturb him for that night. All this night passed without one wink of sleep, though he never had a sweeter night's rest in all his life. Still, still the joy of the Lord overflowed him, and he seemed to be an inhabitant of the other world. The next morning being come, he was early on horseback again, fearing the divertissement in the inn might bereave him of his joy; for he said it was now with him, as with a man that carries a rich treasure about him, who suspects every passenger to be a thief. But within a few hours he was sensible of the ebbing of the tide, and before night, though there was a heavenly serenity and sweet peace upon his spirit, which continued long with him, yet the transports of joy were over, and the fine edge of his delight blunted. He many years after called that day one of the days of heaven, and professed he understood more of the light of heaven by it, than by all the books he ever read, or discourses he ever had entertained about it." This was indeed, an extraordinary foretaste of heaven for degree, but it came in the ordinary way and method of faith and meditation.
 Pneumatologia:Treatise of the Soul of Man by John Flavel [direct link to chapter]

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

My Blog Comments That Address the Supernatural

Before I list a selection of links to other people's blogs containing my various comments on the topic of the supernatural, I'm going to list some links to some of my own blogposts here that also deal with the supernatural.
Links on the Subject of Miracles in the Context of Craig Keener's Recent Book
Alleged Visions, Dreams and Visitations of Jesus to Muslims

Evidence and Testimonies of Demonic and Angelic Encounters

List of Notable Calvinists who are also Continuationists

Finally, here's  a link to  a blogpost where I've collected a fewer list of the same links below that specifically address my views on the charismata.


Former Pastor Joseph: "It was all in my mind. God doesn't talk to people."

Hearing voices

Casting mountains into the sea

Faith and providence

Birthmarks and reincarnation


Dreams of Jesus

Bubbleboy cessationism

Avalos on prayer

God heals amputees!

Crop Circles: Aliens, Plasma Vortex or Human Creation?

Ambushed by life

Oppy on supernatural encounters

Genie in a bottle

How problematic is the problem of unanswered prayer?

Beat the devil

The problems of unanswered prayer

If private revelations agree with Scripture, they are needless

Demon-haunted world

Yes, Spirits Of The Dead Appear On Earth

"Magic trees"

Demon possession and allied themes : being an inductive study of phenomena of our own times

I Am Not Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare

The Spirit of prophecy

The Role of Tradition in the Church

Naturalism and the burden of proof

Apostolic miracles

Blomberg on modern miracles

Miracles and medicine

John 14:12

Proximal prayer

Weeding out charlatans

Complete healing

Matches in the dark

Modern xenoglossy

The healing debate

Praying for amputees

Instant healing

Dealing with physical ailment 

Satanic gang wars

Ufology and miracles

Calvinism is Flourishing in China

Was Spurgeon clairvoyant?

How cessationism denies the self-attesting authority of Scripture

"Modern apostles"

Tongues of fire

The prayer of faith

Fire and smoke

Dreaming of Jesus

Postmortem on the Waldron/Brown debate

Brown v. Waldron

Have the charismata ceased?

Hiding behind a girl

Throwing the baby out with the paintbrush

What cessationism is not...or is it?

The prayer of faith will save the sick

Putting God in a box

Critical thinking on modern miracles

Healers and healing

George Müller: charismatic Calvinist

Is this charismatic?

Judging by appearances

Deflecting miracles

Twitversation with Dr Michael Brown

The Ninth Gate

Christianity And Its Evidence Keep Growing 

Animal clairvoyance

Manichean open theism

Who's redefining what? 

Rehoboam and compatibilism

Why do ghosts wear clothes? 

 Feminist cessationists 
To be read in light of:

Cessationism, testimonial evidence, and historical knowledge

"Extrabiblical revelation" 

Hypocrites chiding hypocrites

What is prophecy? 

Can God be chained?

The Church of Hume 

Is continuationism false by definition?

Debunking continuationism

Healing a few 

Skeptical cessationism 

John MacArthur’s Ministry Responds to Me (by Michael L. Brown)

 Be Prepared To Address Paranormal Phenomena

Christian debunkers 

Was Kathryn Kuhlman a charlatan? 

UFOs, Ghosts, and a Rising God: Debunking the Resurrection of Jesus

Epilepsy or possession? 

Lay exorcism

Walking on water 

"Hearing God" 

"Learning to hear God's voice"

Angels ascending

Divine guidance
To be read in light of my comments:
and here

Marshall v. Carrier 

Pope Francis: “I Want a Poor Church for the Poor” 

Piper on Healing and Exorcism 

Suicide: "You've got to go back"

Confessionalism & continuationism 
Read in light of

 The charismata

God, man, and miracles

A Neurosurgeon’s Near Death Experience 

Why God Would Perform Partial, Gradual, And Other Lesser Miracles

Why Miracles Aren't More Documented

Psychosomatic Miracles?

The Healing Of Amputees

Clash of the Titans

How Many People Claim To Have Witnessed A Miracle?

Dreams and visions

An Interview With Craig Keener On Miracles

Craig Keener's Work On Miracles Is Out

Divine, Demonic, Or Something Else?

The Credibility And Commonality Of Near-Death Experiences

Interviews With Some Paranormal Researchers

One angel or two?

What Should Christians Make Of UFOs?


Lourdes & Fatima

Reformed cessationism

Miracles: now and then

Reformed historicism or Reformed cessationism?

Miracles and methodological naturalism

Bell, book, & candle


Recommended/Related blogs:

Evidence and Arguments Against Materialism and Naturalism

Christian Philosopher Alvin Plantinga's Experiences of God

The following is an excerpt from Alvin Plantinga's Spiritual Autobiography:

...During my second semester, however, there were two events that resolved these doubts and ambivalences for me. One gloomy evening (in January, perhaps) I was returning from dinner, walking past Widenar Library to my fifth floor room in Thayer Middle (there weren't any elevators, and scholarship boys occupied the cheaper rooms at the top of the building). It was dark, windy, raining, nasty. But suddenly it was as if the heavens opened; I heard, so it seemed, music of overwhelming power and grandeur and sweetness; there was light of unimaginable splendor and beauty; it seemed I could see into heaven itself; and I suddenly saw or perhaps felt with great clarity and persuasion and conviction that the Lord was really there and was all I had thought. The effects of this experience lingered for a long time; I was still caught up in arguments about the existence of God, but they often seemed to me merely academic, of little existential concern, as if one were to argue about whether there has really been a past, for example, or whether there really were other people, as opposed to cleverly constructed robots. Such events have not been common subsequently, and there has been only one other occasion on which I felt the presence of God with as much immediacy and strength. That was when I once foolishly went hiking alone off-trail in really rugged country south of Mt. Shuksan in the North Cascades, getting lost when rain, snow and fog obscured all the peaks and landmarks. That night, while shivering under a stunted tree in a cold mixture of snow and rain, I felt as close to God as I ever have, before or since. I wasn't clear as to his intentions for me, and I wasn't sure I approved of what I thought his intentions might be (the statistics on people lost alone in that area were not at all encouraging), but I felt very close to him; his presence was enormously palpable. On many other occasions I have felt the presence of God, sometimes very powerfully: in the mountains (the overwhelming grandeur of the night sky from a slope at 13,000 feet), at prayer, in church, when reading the Bible, listening to music, seeing the beauty of the sunshine on the leaves of a tree or on a blade of grass, being in the woods on a snowy night, and on other kinds of occasions. In particular I have often been overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude--sometimes for something specific like a glorious morning, but often with no particular focus. What I ought to be most grateful for--the life and death and resurrection of Christ, with the accompanying offer of eternal life--is harder, simply because of its stupendous and incomprehensible magnitude. One can say "Thank you" for a glorious morning, and even for your children's turning out well; what do you say in response to the suffering and death and resurrection of the son of God? to the offer of redemption from sin, and eternal life?- Pages 7-8

 Then later starting at page 17 Plantinga admits,
...Mountains have been a blessing: for many years anyway, the Sensus Divinitatis seemed to work most strongly, for me, in the mountains. I mentioned above the time I was lost in the mountains; but on dozens of other occasions I have strongly felt the presence of God in the mountains--although on some occasions what I also felt was guilt and divine disapproval. For if mountains were a blessing for me, they were also a bane. The problem was that (particularly during the first couple of decades of our marriage), I was positively obsessed with mountains.

Our Unclaimed Riches by A.W. Tozer

From "That Incredible Christian"

Those spiritual blessings in heavenly places which are ours in Christ may be divided into three classes:

The first is those which come to us immediately upon our believing unto salvation, such as forgiveness, justification, regeneration, sonship to God and baptism into the Body of Christ. In Christ we possess these even before we know that they are ours, such knowledge coming to us later through the study of the Holy Scriptures.

The second class is those riches which are ours by inheritance but which we cannot enjoy in actuality until our Lord returns. These include ultimate mental and moral perfection, the glorification of our bodies, the completion of the restoration of the divine image in our redeemed personalities and the admission into the very presence of God to experience the forever Beatific Vision. These treasures are as surely ours as if we possessed them now, but it would be useless for us to pray for them while we journey here below. God has made it very clear that they are reserved for the time of the manifestation of the sons of God (Rom. 8:18-25).

The third class of blessings consists of spiritual treasures which are ours by blood atonement but which will not come to us unless we make a determined effort to possess them. These are deliverance from the sins of the flesh, victory over self, the constant flow of the Holy Spirit through our personalities, fruitfulness in Christian service, awareness of the Presence of God, growth in grace, an increasing consciousness of union with God and an unbroken spirit of worship. These do not come to us automatically nor must we wait to claim them at the day of Christ’s coming. They are to us what the Promised Land was to Israel, to be entered into as our faith and courage mount.

To make things clearer let me set forth four propositions touching this heritage of joy which God has set before us:

1. You will get nothing unless you go after it.
God will not force anything on you. As Joshua fought his way into possession of the Promised Land you also must fight on toward perfection, meeting and defeating whatever enemies would stand in the way to challenge your right of possession. The land will not come to you; you must go to the land and on up into it by the way of self-renunciation and detachment from the world. “Those who travel on this road,” says John of the Cross, “will meet many occasions of joys and sufferings, hopes and sorrows, some of which are the result of the spirit of perfection, others of imperfection.”

2. You may have as much as you insist upon having.
“Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon, that have I given unto you,” said God to Joshua, and this principle runs throughout the entire Bible. The history of Israel is dotted with stories of those who pressed boldly on to claim their possessions; such, for instance, as Caleb who, after the conquest of Canaan, went to Joshua, demanded the mountain Moses had promised him, and got it. Again when the daughters of Zelophedad stood before Moses and pleaded, “Give unto us . . . a possession among the brethren of our father,” their request was granted. Those women received their inheritance, not by the indulgence of Moses but by the command of God whose promise was involved. When our requests are such as honor God we may ask as largely as we will. The more daring the request the more glory accrues to God when the answer comes.

3. You will have as little as you are satisfied with.
God giveth to all men liberally, but it would be absurd to think that God’s liberality will make a man more godly than he wants to be. The man, for instance who is satisfied to live a defeated life will never be forced to take victory. The man who is content to follow Christ afar off will never know the radiant wonder of His nearness. The man who is willing to settle for a joyless, barren life will never experience the joy of the Holy Spirit or the deep satisfaction of fruitful living.

It is disheartening to those who care and surely a great grief to the Spirit, to see how many Christians are content to settle for less than the best. Personally for years I have carried a burden of sorrow as I have moved among Evangelical Christians who somewhere in their past have managed to strike a base compromise with their heart’s holier longings and have settled down to a lukewarm, mediocre kind of Christianity utterly unworthy of themselves and of the Lord they claim to serve. And such are found everywhere.

4. You now have as much as you really want.
Every man is as close to God as he wants to be; he is as holy and as full of the Spirit as he wills to be. Our Lord said, “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” If there were but one man anywhere on earth who hungered and was not filled the word of Christ would fall to the ground.

Yet we must distinguish wanting from wishing. By “want” I mean wholehearted desire. Certainly there are many who wish they were holy or victorious or joyful but are not willing to meet God’s conditions to obtain.

That God has placed before His redeemed children a vast world of spiritual treasures and that they refuse or neglect to claim it may easily turn out to be the second greatest tragedy in the history of the moral creation, the first and greatest being the fall of man.

George Mueller Quotes

According to my judgement the most important point to be attended to is this: above all things see to it that your souls are happy in the Lord. Other things may press upon you, the Lord's work may even have urgent claims upon your attention, but I deliberately repeat, it is of supreme and paramount importance that you should seek above all things to have your souls truly happy in God Himself! Day by day seek to make this the most important business of your life. This has been my firm and settled condition for the last five and thirty years. For the first four years after my conversion I knew not its vast importance, but now after much experience I specially commend this point to the notice of my younger brethren and sisters in Christ: the secret of all true effectual service is joy in God, having experimental acquaintance and fellowship with God Himself.

I saw more clearly than ever, that the first great and primary business to which I ought to attend every day was, to have my soul happy in the Lord. The first thing to be concerned about was not, how much I might serve the Lord, how I might glorify the Lord; but how I might get my soul into a happy state, and how my inner man might be nourished.

I saw that the most important thing I had to do was to give myself to the reading of the word of God, and to meditation on it. . . . What is the food of the inner man? Not prayer, but the word of God; and . . . not the simple reading of the word of God, so that it only passes through our minds, just as water runs through a pipe, but considering what we read, pondering over it, and applying it to our hearts.

It is not enough to begin to pray, nor to pray aright; nor is it enough to continue for a time to pray; but we must patiently, believingly continue in prayer, until we obtain an answer; and further, we have not only to continue in prayer unto the end, but we have also to believe that God does hear us and will answer our prayers. Most frequently we fail in not continuing in prayer until the blessing is obtained, and in not expecting the blessing.

Think not, dear reader, that I have the gift of faith, that is, that gift of which we read in 1 Corinthians 12:9, and which is mentioned along with “the gifts of healing,” “the working of miracles,”prophecy,” and that on that account I am able to trust in the Lord. It is true that the faith, which I am enabled to exercise, is altogether God's own gift; it is true that He alone supports it, and that He alone can increase it; it is true that, moment by moment, I depend upon Him for it, and that, if I were only one moment left to myself, my faith would utterly fail; but it is not true that my faith is that gift of faith which is spoken of in 1 Corinthians 12:9.- George Mueller quote taken from a sermon by John Piper

In Basil Miller's biography of Mueller, the same quote above continues "...It is the self-same faith which is found in every believer...for little by little it has been increasing for the last six and twenty years."

Often the work of the Lord itself may be a temptation to keep us from that communion with Him which is so essential to the benefit of our own souls.... Let none think that public prayer will make up for closet communion.

Here is the great secret of success. Work with all your might; but trust not in the least in your work. Pray with all your might for the blessing of God; but work, at the same time, with all diligence, with all patience, with all perseverance. Pray then, and work. Work and pray. And still again pray, and then work. And so on all the days of your life. The result will surely be, abundant blessing. Whether you see much fruit or little fruit, such kind of service will be blessed.... Speak also for the Lord, as if everything depended on your exertions; yet trust not the least in your exertions, but in the Lord, who alone can cause your efforts to be made effectual, to the benefit of your fellow men or fellow believers. Remember, also, that God delights to bestow blessing, but, generally, as the result of earnest, believing prayer.- George Mueller


Self-denial is not so much an impoverishment as a postponement: we make a sacrifice of a present good for the sake of a future and greater good.

For the first four years after my conversion I made no progress, because I neglected the Bible. But when I regularly read on through the whole with reference to my own heart and soul, I directly made progress. Then my peace and joy continued more and more. Now I have been doing this for 47 years. I have read through the whole Bible about 100 times and I always find it fresh when I begin again. Thus my peace and joy have increased more and more.

God delights to increase the faith [or condition the faith-muscle] of His children. We ought, instead of wanting no trials before victory, no exercise for patience, to be willing to take them from God's hand as a means. I say - and say it deliberately - trials, obstacles, difficulties, and sometimes defeats, are the very food of faith.

God delights to increase the Faith of His children. Our Faith which is feeble at first, is developed and strengthened more and more by us. We ought, instead of wanting no trials before victory, no exercise for patience, to be willing to take them from God's hand as a means. I say—and say it deliberately—trials, obstacles, difficulties, and sometimes defeats, are the very food of Faith.

Many people are willing to believe regarding those things that seem probable to them. Faith has nothing to do with probabilities. The province of faith begins where probabilities cease and sight and sense fail. Appearances are not to be taken into account. The question is - whether God has spoken it in His Word.


"Impressions have neither one thing nor the other to do with faith," says Muller. "Faith has to do with the Word of God. It is not impressions, strong or weak, which will make the difference. We have to do with the Written Word and not ourselves or impressions."

One thing more. Some say, “Oh, I shall never have the gift of Faith Mr. Mueller has got.” This is a mistake—it is the greatest error—there is not a particle of truth in it. My Faith is the same kind of Faith that all of God's children have had. It is the same kind that Simon Peter had, and all Christians may obtain the like Faith. My Faith is their Faith, though there may be more of it because my Faith has been a little more developed by exercise then theirs; but their Faith is precisely the Faith I exercise, only, with regard to degree, mine may be more strongly exercised. Now, my beloved brothers and sisters, begin in a little way. At first I was able to trust the Lord for ten dollars, then for a hundred dollars, then for a thousand dollars, and now, with the greatest ease, I could trust Him for a million dollars, if there was occasion. But first, I should quietly, carefully, deliberately examine and see whether what I was trusting for, was something in accordance with His promises in His written Word.

"It pleased the Lord, I think, to give me in some cases something like the gift (not grace) of faith, so that unconditionally I could ask and look for an answer. The difference between the gift and the grace of faith seems to me this. According to the gift of faith I am able to do a thing, or believe that a thing will come to pass, the not doing of which, or the not believing of which would not be sin; according to the grace of faith I am able to do a thing, or believe that a thing will come to pass, respecting which I have the word of God as the ground to rest upon, and, therefore, the not doing it, or the not believing it would be sin. For instance, the gift of faith would be needed, to believe that a sick person should be restored again, though there is no human probability: for there is no promise to that effect; the grace of faith is needed to believe that the Lord will give me the necessaries of life, if I first seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness: for there is a promise to that effect. (Matt. vi. 33.)"

Basil Miller's Biography George Muller: The Man of Faith

 More resources on or by George Mueller

Recommended Resources on Divine Healing

Some of these  resources are not directly about divine healing. They are included because they mention healing in a relevant way or because (in my personal opinion and theology) there is some indirect or implicit connection to healing. These are just a selection of great books and A/V media on healing, prayer, deliverance from demonic influence and/or possession, biographies of past healing evangelists, et cetera. I chose to include mostly those resources that are already accessible on the web rather than those books that you would have to purchase.

At first I considered writing a small review for each book which included why I included it and what I agree or disagree with about the book or the author's theology. However, I realized it would end up being too distracting. God willing, I will eventually create a blog reviewing each book and discussing the author's theological strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes I included a resource (in part or in whole) for it's historical value or for reference's sake. I do not claim that every author included is orthodox in teaching or was/is a genuine Christian. Also, I disagree with something in every author I've included. That's mostly because I'm both a Calvinist and continuationist and most of the authors are not Calvinists. Also, some of the authors may have perceived or real stains on the record of their personal histories or theologies that in some minds disqualify them for having ever been genuinely used of God to perform miracles (e.g. Allen, Hagin, Lake, Liarsdon, McPherson). But even David who murdered Uriah was (after his repentance) still nevertheless considered by God to be "a man after God's own heart." Samson is included in the Hall of Faith in Hebrews chapter 11 even though he committed various grievous sins in his life as a believer. Using Biblical discernment is necessary whenever reading books on theology. That's especially true for any subject that deals with the supernatural. Everyone needs to learn how to "eat the meat and to spit out the bones". Outside of the Bible no book is perfect in doctrine and teaching. Heretics do exist, but just because someone doesn't have everything right in his theology doesn't necessarily mean that that person is a heretic or wasn't used by God. For example, there's no question that the doctrine of God is the most important doctrine to get right such that an error there can endanger one's soul. Yet, few question the salvation of most of the post-Apostolic Fathers and apologists even though their doctrines of God, Christology and Pneumatology were sometimes faulty (e.g. Justin Martyr). 

-Here's a link to a Footnote to a different blog where I summarize of my views on Divine Healing– FOOTNOTE

- Here's a link to my blog God's Promises and Our Warranted Expectation of Their Fulfillment

-Because I've included links to books written by Word of Faith Movement teachers, here's a link to my blog exposing the errors of the Word of Faith Movement

-Here's a link to my blog Evidence and Testimonies of Demonic and Angelic Encounters

Books and audio/video materials that are especially recommended will have a rating of 1 to 5 red asterisks. For example * * * * *. Five asterisks being the highest recommendation. Recommended introductory materials will also have a friendly smiley face like this .


The Price of God's Miracle Working Power by A.A. Allen (or here, here)
How to Have God's Faith by A.A. Allen 
Various A.A. Allen writings HERE
God's Generals: Why They Succeeded and Why Some Failed (biographies of healing evangelists including Allen) by Roberts Liardon * * *

The Bondage Breaker by Neil T. Anderson (or here)

Divine Healing: The Children's Bread by Keith M. Bailey
A New Significance for the Doctrine of Healing in the Atonement by Keith M. Bailey 

The Holy Spirit and You by Dennis and Rita Bennett * * * *

Remarkable Incidents and Modern Miracles Through Prayer and Faith by G.C. Bevington (or here, here, here, here)

How Can God Answer Prayer? by William E.Biederwolf

A Basic Course In Divine Healing by Curry Blake (or HERE)
There are many video of Curry Blake on YouTube

Getting Things from God: A Study of the Prayer Life by Charles A. Blanchard (or HERE)

Authority to Heal by Ken Blue * * * *

 The Awakening: One Man's Battle with Darkness by Friedrich Zuendel (direct link HERE)
Blumhardt's Battle: A Conflict With Satan by Thomas E. Lowe 
Jesus is the Victor by Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt
Pastor Blumhardt: A Record of the Wonderful Spiritual and Physical Manifestations of God's Power in Healing Souls and Bodies, Through the Prayers of His Servant, Christoph Blumhardt by Capt. R. Kelso Carter
Bio of Johann Christoph Blumhardt (father)
Bio of Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt (son)

The Lord That Healeth Thee by W.E. Boardman * * *

Christ the Healer by F.F. Bosworth (or here, here, audiobook version) * * * *
Joybringer Bosworth by Eunice M. Perkins (brief bio of F.F. Bosworth)
Brief bio of Bosworth  (or HERE) [first chapter of God's Generals: The Healing Evangelists] by Roberts Liardon
More on F.F. Bosworth (brief bio)

E.M. Bounds Books on Prayer and Demons * * * * *

The Suppressed Evidence: Or, Proofs of the Miraculous Faith and Experience of the Church of Christ In All Ages, From Authentic Records of the Fathers, Waldenses, Hussites, Reformers, United Brethren, &c. by Thomas Boys

Israel's Divine Healer by Michael L. Brown * * * *

Divine Healing of Soul and Body by Enoch Edwin Byrum

Power In Praise by Merlin Carothers
Prison to Praise by Merlin Carothers

God, the Bible and Spiritual Warfare: A Review Article by D.A. Carson (book review of Gregory Boyd's book God At War)

Divine Healing or The Atonement for Sin and Sickness by Capt. Russell Kelso Carter
"Faith Healing" Reviewed After Twenty Years by Capt. Russell Kelso Carter
[Carter modified his views to a more "moderate" and less "extreme" stance in the second book]
Short biography of Carter HERE

How to be Filled with Spiritual Power: Based on the Miracle Ministry of John G. Lake by Harold J. Chadwick (or here, here, here, here)

Vincent Cheung's book on Healing and the Supernatural * * * *

The New Bible Cure for Sleep Disorders by Don Colbert
(written by a Christian doctor on natural healing)
The Seven Pillars of Health by Dr. Don Colbert
(written by a Christian doctor on natural healing)

 Confidence - Pentecostal Paper in Great Britain (various)

Dan Downey Materials * * * *

Touch the World Through Prayer by Wesley L. Duewel * * * *

Gospel and Spirit in Hermeneutics by Gordon Fee
Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God by Gordon Fee
More Gordon Fee Resources

Smith Wigglesworth: Apostle of Faith (biography) by Stanley Howard Frodsham

Miraculous Healing by Henry W. Frost (Here or Here or Here)

How Can I Find Healing? by Jim Glennon * * *
Your Healing Is Within You by Jim Glennon * * *

The Ministry of Healing by A.J. Gordon * * * * *
More on or by A.J. Gordon 
The Ministry of the Spirit by A.J. Gordon (or here, here, here)
More books by A.J. Gordon

Quiet Talks about the Healing Christ by S.D. Gordon (or here, here)
Quiet Talks on Prayer by S.D. Gordon (or here, here)
More books by S.D. Gordon (and here, here, here)

Are Miraculous Gifts for Today? editor Wayne Grudem (Book)
More Grudem Resources (audios/videos/texts)

God's Medicine of Faith–The Word by Norvel Hayes
How to Live and Not Die by Norvel Hayes

The Believer's Authority by Kenneth E. Hagin
God's Medicine by Kenneth E. Hagin
Healing Belongs To Us by Kenneth E. Hagin
How You Can Be Led By the Holy Spirit by Kenneth E. Hagin
The Key to Scriptural Healing by Kenneth E. Hagin
Redeemed From Poverty, Sickness, and Spiritual Death by Kenneth E. Hagin 
Seven Things You Should Know About Divine Healing by Kenneth E. Hagin
Zoe: The God-Kind of Life by Kenneth E. Hagin

Fasting: Atomic Power With God by Franklin Hall (or here)

The Guiding Hand, Or, Providential Direction, Illustrated by Authentic Instances by Horace Lorenzo Hastings (or Here, Here, Here)
Tales of Trust by Horace Lorenzo Hastings (or Here)
Ebenezers; Or, Records of Prevailing Prayer by Horace Lorenzo Hastings (or Here)

Systematic Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective edited by Stanley M. Horton
Part ONE, Part TWO

Handbook for Healing by Charles and Frances Hunter
How To Heal The Sick by Charles and Frances Hunter * *

Dreaming With God by Bill Johnson (or here)
Strengthen Yourself in the LORD by Bill Johnson (or here)
The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind by Bill Johnson (or here)
The Supernatural Ways of Royalty by Bill Johnson & Kris Vallotton (or here)
When Heaven Invades Earth: A Practical Guide to a Life of Miracles by Bill Johnson
There are many videos of Bill Johnson on YouTube

When God Doesn't Heal Now by Larry Keefauver * * *

Links on the Subject of Miracles in the Context of Craig Keener's Recent Book on Miracles 
Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts by Craig S. Keener * * * * *

The Blood Covenant by E.W. Kenyon (or here)
Claiming Our Rights by E.W. Kenyon (or here)
New Creation Realities by E.W. Kenyon (or here)
A New Type of Christianity by E.W. Kenyon (or here)
Righteousness by E.W. Kenyon (or here)
Sign Posts on the Road to Success by E.W. Kenyon
What We Are In Christ by E.W. Kenyon (or here)

Adventures in God by John G. Lake (or here, or here)
Adventures in Religion by John G. Lake
John G. Lake Study Lessons Part ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE
John G. Lake: The Complete Collection of His Life Teachings compiled by Roberts Liardon * * * * 
John G. Lake on Healing compiled by Roberts Liardon
John G. Lake: His Life, His Sermons, His Boldness of Faith compiled by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland
John G. Lake Sermons on Dominion over Demons, Disease & Death compiled by Gordon Lindsay
How to be Filled with Spiritual Power: Based on the Miracle Ministry of John G. Lake by Harold J. Chadwick (or here, here, here, here)
God's Generals: Why They Succeeded and Why Some Failed (biographies of healing evangelists including Lake) by Roberts Liardon * * *
The Healer: Dr. John Graham Lake (brief bio)
More on or by John G. Lake

Praying Is Working by G.H. Lang

The Latter Rain Evangel (various)

God's Generals: Why They Succeeded and Why Some Failed (biographies of healing evangelists) by Roberts Liardon * * *

John G. Lake Sermons on Dominion over Demons, Disease & Death compiled by Gordon Lindsay
More on or by Gordon Lindsay (brief bio)

Healing and the Scriptures by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones *  * 
The Supernatural in Medicine by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Our Physical Heritage in Christ by Kenneth Mackenzie (click on "Full View")

The Authority of the Believer by John A. MacMillan * * *

Healing by Francis MacNutt * * * *
Power To Heal by Francis MacNutt
MacNutt has written many books on healing from a Catholic perspective.

Administering the Children's Bread: The Basics of Healing Under the New Covenant by Cornel Marais and Simon Wilson

Divine Healing Sermons by Aimee Semple McPherson
This is That by Aimee Semple McPherson
God's Generals: Why They Succeeded and Why Some Failed (biographies of healing evangelists including McPherson) by Roberts Liardon * * *
More on or by Aimee Semple McPherson (brief bio)

The Blessed Life by F.B. Meyer (Highly Recommended) (or here, here)
Life Without Miracles by F.B. Meyer
The Prayer of Intercession by F.B. Meyer
Secret of Guidance by F.B. Meyer
Way Into the Holiest by F.B. Meyer
Love to the Uttermost by F.B. Meyer
John the Baptist by F.B. Meyer
Works of Meyer at CCEL
Articles and Sermons by F.B. Meyer at
More books by F.B. Meyer
Meyer books at

Answered Prayer in Missionary Service by Basil William Miller

Prevailing Prayer by D.L. Moody

Real Faith by George Mueller (or here, here, here, here)
Answers to Prayer by George Muller (edited by A.E.C. Brooks)
The Life of Trust by George Muller (or here)
A Narrative of some of the Lord's Dealings with George Müller  by George Müller (or here)
George Muller of Bristol by Arthur T. Pierson (or HERE)
George Muller: Man of Faith biography by Basil Miller
George Mueller's Strategy for Showing God by John Piper
George Mueller Quotes

The Full Blessing of Pentecost: The One Thing Needful by Andrew Murray
Divine Healing by Andrew Murray (or here, here, here, here, here; scanned pdf* * * *☺ (audio book available below)
Some Websites with many Andrew Murray books (here, here, here, here, here, here, here)
(brief bio)

Healing The Sick by T.L. Osborn (or Here)
One Hundred Divine Healing Facts by T.L. Osborn
T.L. Osborn brief bio

Christian Healing: A Practical and Comprehensive Guide by Mark Pearson * * * *
about Canon Mark Pearson
about Mark & Mary Pearson

The Pentecostal Evangel (various)

The Meaning of Faith by Charles S. Price
The Real Faith by Charles S. Price (highly recommended) The following links are to two different versions that are worded differently. I personally prefer the first version. My subjective sense is that it seems to be more eloquently worded. The other versions are pretty much the same. The version posted on my blog is based on version 5 (which is itself similar to versions 2-4).
Version 1 * * * * (this version is so unique that it might be a revision or the original)
Version 2
Version 3 
Version 4
Version 5 * * *   (seems to be a version similar to 2-4 but better edited)
Version 6 (A copy that's posted here on this blog)
Spiritual and Physical Health by Charles S. Price * * *
Conversion Testimony of Charles S. Price
Dr. Charles S. Price: His Life, Ministry and Influence by Tim Enloe
More on or by Charles S. Price (brief bio)
A List of All the Works of Charles S. Price
The Story of My Life by Charles S. Price (here or here)
Some Sermons by Charles S. Price

Fasting by Derek Prince
God's Medicine Bottle by Derek Prince (or here, here)
The Holy Spirit in You by Derek Prince
Prayers and Proclamations by Derek Prince
Shaping History Through Prayer and Fasting by Derek Prince
Spiritual Warfare by Derek Prince
You Shall Receive Power by Derek Prince
There are many videos of Derek Prince on YouTube

Healing: Biblical Basis and Procedure by Andy M. Reimer
A Pastoral Approach to Healing in the Alliance (Lecture) by Andy Reimer

Healing in Answer to Prayer by John R. Rice
Prayer: Asking and Receiving by John R. Rice

What God Hath Wrought [in the Life of Raymond T. Richey] by Eloise May Richey 
More on or by Raymond T. Richey (brief bio)

A Call To Prayer by J.C. Ryle (or HERE, HERE, HERE)

Is There a Conflict Between Divine Healing & Medicine? by Roger Sapp
Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt by Roger Sapp * * * 
Christ Centered Healing Seminar Notebook by Roger Sapp
Performing Miracles and Healing by Roger Sapp * * * 
Spiritual Treasure by Roger Sapp
Questions & Answers on Healing by Roger Sapp
A Response to Mark Stibbe's Seven Theses by Roger Sapp
Roger Sapp's Healing Hints 1-7 by Roger Sapp
Paul's Thorn in the Flesh and Related Doubts: Does God have a Reason Not to Heal? by Roger Sapp
Casting Out Evil Spirits by Roger Sapp
The Subtle Spirit of Antichrist by Roger Sapp 
Gifts, Offices and Ministries by Roger Sapp
Release the Supernatural by Meditation on Christ by Roger Sapp
How to Get Your Prayers Answered by Roger Sapp
Questions and Answers on Modern Supernatural Apostolic Ministry by Roger Sapp
Christian Healing Forum Website
About Roger Sapp
Roger Sapp Bio 
Free Files at Roger Sapp's Website (including audio and video)
There are many video and audio files of Roger Sapp online. I've included links to some of them at the bottom of this blog.

How To Be Healed by Julia A. Shelhamer (or HERE)

But God by A.B. Simpson
Danger Lines in the Deeper Life by A.B. Simpson (or here)
The Fourfold Gospel by A.B. Simpson (or here or here) * * *
The Gospel of Healing A.B. Simpson (or here, here, here) * * * *
The Lord for the Body by A.B. Simpson (or here) * * * *
 A Larger Christian Life by A.B. Simpson (or here, here)
The Life of Prayer by A.B. Simpson (or here, here or here) * * * * *
The Love Life of the Lord by A.B. Simpson
Walking in the Spirit by A.B. Simpson (or here, here, here)
Wholly Sanctified by A.B. Simpson (or here, here, here)
Divine Healing in the Atonement; How to Receive Divine Healing; Divine Healing and Medical Science by A.B. Simpson
Service for the King by A.B. Simpson (or here or here)
Days of Heaven Upon Earth (Devotional) by A.B. Simpson (or here, here)
Collection of A.B. Simpson Books
More on or by A.B. Simpson (brief bio)
The Life of A.B. Simpson by Albert Edward Thompson 
Albert Benjamin Simpson: An Integrated Spirituality with Christ as the Centre by David John Smith 
More Books by A.B. Simpson and other C&MA authors 
Even More books by A.B. Simpson

The Psycho-Spiritual Dynamics of Physical Healing in Alliance Spirituality by David John Smith 

Faith's Checkbook by Charles H. Spurgeon
Jehovah-Rophi by Charles Spurgeon
Some Spurgeon quotes on divine [physical] healing can be found HERE

The Meal That Heals: Receiving Your Healing through Daily Communion by Perry Stone, Jr.

Convergence: Spiritual Journeys of a Charismatic Calvinist by Sam Storms
Sam Storms' Articles on Divine Healing
Sam Storms' Bibliography on Healing 

A Practical Theological Evaluation of the Divine Healing Ministries of Smith Wigglesworth and John G. Lake: A Continuationist Reformed Perspective by Johanes Lilik Susanto

The Baptism With the Holy Spirit by R.A. Torrey (here)
Divine Healing - Does God Perform Miracles Today? by R.A. Torrey * * * *
How To Pray by R.A. Torrey (or here)
More on or by R.A. Torrey (brief bio)

The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer (or here, here)
Man the Dwelling Place of God by A.W. Tozer (or here, here)
Our Unclaimed Riches by A.W. Tozer * * * * *

The Pursuit of God by by A.W. Tozer (or here, here, here) * * * * *
The Root of Righteousness by A.W. Tozer (or here)

Victory in Christ by Charles G. Trumbull (or here, here)

The Supernatural Ways of Royalty by Bill Johnson & Kris Vallotton (or here)

Ever Increasing Faith by Smith Wigglesworth (here, here, here, here, here) * * *
Faith That Prevails by Smith Wigglesworth (here, here, here, here, here) * * *
The Smith Wigglesworth Blog* * *
Over 220 Talks From Smith Wigglesworth * * 
Smith Wigglesworth: The Complete Collection of His Life Teachings compiled by Roberts Liardon * * * *
Smith Wigglesworth Devotional

Smith Wigglesworth On Prayer, Power, and Miracles compiled by Roberts Liardon
Smith Wigglesworth: Apostle of Faith (biography) by Stanley Howard Frodsham (or here)
Smith Wigglesworth: The Complete Story Biography by Julian Wilson
God's Generals: Why They Succeeded and Why Some Failed (biographies of healing evangelists including Wigglesworth) by Roberts Liardon * * *
More on or by Smith Wigglesworth (brief bio)
Another brief biography

Divine Healing: Life, Death, Illness & Healing by Lars Wilhelmsson * * * * *

God's Healing Touch by Vernon L. Wilcox (or HERE)

Renewal Theology (partial text) by J. Rodman Williams

Power Evangelism by John Wimber * * * *
Power Healing by John Wimber * * * *
More on or by John Wimber (brief bio)
There are many videos of John Wimber on YouTube

God Wants You Well by Andrew Wommack

His Healing Power by Lilian B. Yeomans (or here) * * * *
(this is four of her books in one)
More on or by Lilian B. Yeomans (brief bio)

Videos & Audio

Cessationism vs. Continuation Debates

The Line of Fire podcast: Does Doctrine Matter? And, Is Healing in the Atonement? by Michael L. Brown (He begins his discussion on Healing at 50 minutes into the audio file)

Divine Healing Technician Training by Curry Blake Parts 1-19  (audio) introductory level (on YouTube Part ONE, Part TWO, Part THREE, Part FOUR, Part FIVE, Part SIX)
* * * *
Divine Healing Technician Training by Curry Blake Parts 1-17 (video) intermediate level
* * * *
New Man Series by Curry Blake (audio) Day ONE, Day TWO, Day THREE

John G. Lake Ministries with Curry Blake YouTube Channel

Christ the Healer by F.F. Bosworth (audiobook version)

 Spiritual Warfare by Gerry Breshears (audio)

How I Received My Healing by Dan Downey
Healing - Forever Settled by Dan Downey
Seven Sweet P's of Psalm 23 by Dan Downey

Steve Gregg
Charisma & Character
Word of Faith (theological critique)
Cessation of the Gifts DEBATE · Steve Gregg vs Calvin Keller

Wayne Grudem Resources (audios/videos/texts)

Spiritual Healing (parts 1 & 2), Emotional Healing (parts 1 & 2), Physical Healing (parts 1 & 2) by Chip Ingram * * *

Craig S. Keener Interviews by Licona, Brown and Auten  * * * * *

Divine Healing by Andrew Murray (Audiobook reading) * * * * ☺ (readable text of the book available above)
The Full Blessing of Pentecost by Andrew Murray (Audiobook) (here, here)
* * * * ☺ (readable text of the book available above)
Many More Andrew Murray audiobooks at LibriVox HERE

The Gift of Healing by (Canon Rev.) Mark Pearson
Various short videos of Mark Pearson on the charismatic gifts and healing 

Christ Centered Healing Seminar by Roger Sapp (video) Introduction, Part ONE, Part TWO, Part THREE  * * * *
The 12 Doubts of Healing by Roger Sapp (audio) Part ONE, Part TWO
Christ Teaches His Disciples to Heal by Roger Sapp (audio) Part ONE, Part TWO
Healing Seminar by Roger Sapp (audio) Part ONE, Part TWO, Part THREE, Part FOUR  * * * *
Healing Questions and Answers by Roger Sapp (audio) Part ONE, Part TWO, Part THREE
 Interview of Roger Sapp by Sid Roth on his radio show Messianic Vision (audio)
Interview of Roger Sapp by Sid Roth on his TV show It's Supernatural (video)
Interview of Roger Sapp on the topic of Miracles and Modern Apostles
Lessons on Healing from the Woman with the Issue of Blood by Roger Sapp
Roger Sapp Interviewing Rob Short on Deliverance
Spiritual Authority and Submission by Roger Sapp
Roger Sapp's YouTube Channel
Free Files at Roger Sapp's Website (including audio and video)
New Life Christian Fellowship has 7 (or more) mp3s of Roger Sapp at the very bottom of their Sermon Player for March of 2007 (click HERE)
Roger Sapp's Facebook Page Free Healing Messages by Roger Sapp

John Wimber on Signs and Wonders (looks like the series is complete. I'm not sure)
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve

Links related to Notable Calvinistic Continuationists

Links to websites that have many charismatic oriented books uploaded