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James said, The prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up. This promise was made to the "any" who are sick.
    I am excited every time I think of the two all-inclusive words that go hand in hand across the pages of scriptural truth. They are the "whosoever" of salvation and the "any" of divine healing.
    These words definitely include you, and everyone else, or I have no understanding of the English language.
    Because "any" always includes you, and everyone else, so we should rejoice that healing is for all.
    The prayer of faith can never be offered while you are wondering whether or not it is God’s will to do the thing which you are asking Him to do for you.
    The real God kind of faith comes by hearing the Word of God, i.e., by hearing God say to you through His Word what He wants to do for you. Praying the prayer of faith is merely asking God to do the thing which He promised to do.
    If it is God'…