All of the Women of the Bible - Study Guide Chapter 9, Three Sick Women Summary & Analysis

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Here, one of Jesus Christ's healing patients was more than just healed in the usual sense. She also became a minister to her people after she had been healed of a fever by Jesus. Another woman obtained healing by touching one of his garments. This was miraculous especially as she had spent a great deal of money on this same effort and had visited with many doctors. In her case, the problem was that she had been bleeding for 12 years. It is not specified where but while it weakened her it did not prevent her from functioning. In her case, she received healing while the group was traveling rather than during a time specially set aside for Christ to perform healings. In fact, he was en route to an appointment he had made to give a healing. In her...

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