(E) Faith & Prayer

Faith and Prayer In the Healing of Cancer

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If you are not so sure if God answers prayers, this book will tell you what researchers say about faith and prayer.

This is not a book on religion, but a book about religious beliefs and prayer perceived from the viewpoint of science.  More then three hundred scientific studies have shown that religious involvement benefits our health and well being.

Prayer is good medicine . . . prayer is the language of the soul, expressed in the purity of the heart.  Prayer connects man and God. The world is full of stories about the power of prayers and how prayers had brought healing to the body and soul.  True prayer never goes unanswered.  God answers our prayer in His own way and at His own time.

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Faith & Prayer in the Healing of Cancer

Fortunately, prayer  is the only great commodity left on planet earth that has eluded the world of commercialism and that has been left uncontaminated by human greed.

When the sick come to CA Care for help, we encourage them to pray and seek the Almighty Healer for peace and guidance.  Prayer helps clear the mind and gives you peace.

Like the words written  by Mother Teresa: You say prayer in your religion ,and I will say a prayer as I know it. Together we will say this prayer, and it will be something beautiful to God.



Statement of My Belief

                 In writing this book, I have tried to be as objective as possible, bearing in mind that religion and prayer are universal phenomenon shared and practiced by nations since the beginning of time.

My childhood upbringing has also taught me to be accommodating and respectful of other religions . . .  the living God, who made the heaven and earth, the sea, and all the things that are in them . . . in bygone generations allowed all nations to walk in their own ways . . . He has shown kindness by giving you the rain from heaven and crops in their seasons, He provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy (Acts 14:15-17).  In this respect, I am indeed glad to learn that I am not alone in holding on to these accommodating views about Christianity.  The Vatican Council II of the Roman Catholic Church has adopted this stance: The Church rejects nothing that is true and holy in other religions, and Catholics should recognize, preserve, and promote the spiritual and moral values of other religions.

 I call God, God, Heavenly Father. . . . When you read this book, take comfort and be at liberty to substitute the word God found in the pages with any of the favourite names that you may wish to choose.  Let it be:Allah, Krishna, Brahman, Goddess, the Tao, the Absolute, the One, the Ultimate, the Alpha and Omega, etc.


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