Healing symposium to be held on Sept. 9 Chatta.

Posted 9/1/17

The first Chattanooga “Supernatural Healing Symposium” will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton, 407 Chestnut St., on Sept. 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. Free registration is offered beginning 30 minutes …

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Healing symposium to be held on Sept. 9 Chatta.

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The first Chattanooga “Supernatural Healing Symposium” will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton, 407 Chestnut St., on Sept. 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. Free registration is offered beginning 30 minutes before the event.

The purpose of the event is to present stories of people who have had miraculous supernatural healing without medical intervention. The healing symposium is in favor of and affirms all medical healing coming through the medical system. However, testimonies will be presented about miraculous interventions by God often when patients have exhausted medical options.

Two professional women will present their personal stories of miraculous healing. Jeanie Hart, executive director of Right Time Right Place Staffing of Cleveland, will give a dramatic account of healing from a pancreatic tumor. Then Dr. Kelly Zachary-Arnold from the Washington, D.C., area will explain the incredible details of how she was healed of stage 4 heart failure. Both were supernaturally healed without medical interventions.

A second purpose of the symposium is to explore the Jewish roots of supernatural miraculous healing from the Hebrew Bible as a foundation for healing the Jewish and Christian traditions. The Rev. Darrell Rose B.A., M.S. will present a brief lecture covering some of the scriptural evidence of ancient biblical healing in the Tanakh. He will explain an instant demonstration of God’s healing power he witnessed when he was 22 years old. Since that time, for more than 40 years, he has had an insatiable interest in the subject and has prayed with hundreds — if not thousands — of people for healing. It is a fact God is healing today.

The third purpose of the event is to offer prayers for registrants who may wish them. All presenters will offer prayers for those wanting them. The public in invited to bring those with chronic and terminal illnesses and it may be that some will be touched by God’s miraculous power.

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