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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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healing

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 5,2 | 45). With regard to the healing of the bent woman, the Savior~ 2 II, 5,3 | and passions, by means of healing~measures — labor and diseases — 3 II, 7,5 | which allow of treatment and healing; and they called arbitrary~ 4 II, 8,2 | of the body by means of a healing of spiritual diseases.”~ 5 II, 8,6 | opened soul a grace-giving healing~which does not allow the 6 II, 8,6 | acts which are corrective,~healing, pedagogical. Their purpose 7 II, 8,6 | considered a means of spiritual healing; that the ancient pastors, 8 II, 8,6 | should fail in regard to the healing of the sick man. For the 9 II, 8,9 | not of a specialgift” of healing; rather he prescribes the~ 10 II, 8,9 | as referring~to a usual healing method of those times, since 11 II, 8,9 | attributes, is not a~means of healing against every disease. The 12 II, 8,9 | have left prayers for the healing of the infirm which entered 13 II, 8,9 | also for a grace-giving healing of his bodily infirmity 14 II, 8,9 | for this, for the general healing of infirmities~of soul and 15 II, 8,9 | separate Mystery, for the healing of the sick, and is not 16 II, 9,3 | Church, and the gift of healing, and especially when the 17 II, 9,4 | used outward actions when healing; He visited the Temple in 18 II, 9,6 | touching~become a source of healing, do believers entreat from 19 II, 9,6 | evident and confirmed signs of healing by~prayer to the saints 20 App, 5,4| diverse ailments receive healing, for St. Job was in this 21 App, 5,5| years they that requested healing from St. Cornelius~had received 22 App, 5,5| of the wonder-working and healing relics of his body as a


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