It seems odd that one should have one’s eyes opened in Johannesburg by a blind man from Wales. But Mike Endicott is a man with a mission that challenges some of our received wisdom. He is a otherwise known as the Blind Healer, endorsed by no lesser person than Rowan Williams, the last Archbishop of Canterbury.
Far from accepting that healing by faith is a fringe activity within the Christian fellowship, he places it much closer to the core by reminding us that Jesus commissioned His disciples to go out and do likewise, and gave them means to do so. The ability to deliver this was and still is intended to be a fundamental demonstration of God’s love and power and is within us all. Mike commends us to pay close attention to the Cross, and place ourselves in step with Jesus, rather than just simply relying on a stream of requests to Our Father.
Such few words do not do justice to His calling, so I recommend to you Mike Endicott’s book, The Blind Healer. Read it, and may your thinking never be the same again…….