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<transcy>Illness, healing and support (Maladie, guérison et accompagnement)</transcy>

Henry Bryant
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How to cope with the disease? Support a sick person? What cure to hope for? What tips are helpful?

This book answers these thorny and troubling questions in light of the Bible and the experience of the authors. Illness will affect all of us one day, directly or through a loved one. Both authors have very personal knowledge of the disease. Henry Bryant has been fighting cancer for 10 years. It discusses what the Bible teaches about illness and healing. Sylvia Evans is a nurse and has worked as a clinician in palliative care and oncology. She shares the fruit of many years of experience in supporting seriously ill people. This book gives a biblical perspective and hope.

“The one who accompanies the suffering, and the one who suffers, both draw peace, compassion, acceptance and gratitude from the same invisible, eternal source. This spring quenches all those who drink there! ”
Daniel Herrmann, excerpt from the preface.

Why read the book?

  • To understand what the Bible says (and doesn't!) about sickness and healing.
  • To take advantage of advice from experienced authors.
  • Find out how to accompany a sick person.

Highlights of the book

  • Experienced authors.
  • The subject concerns all readers.
  • Two approaches: theological and practical.


  • Anyone who wants to understand the Bible's promises about illness and healing.
  • Any patient who wonders about the outcome of his illness and the biblical hope.
  • The family of the sick.
  • Those who have a visitation / accompaniment ministry with the sick.

Author: Henry BRYANT
Subtitle: The power of the Scriptures
Publisher: March 2014
128 pages, 2 illustrations - black and white
Format: 14x21 cm. Paperback
ISBN: 978-2-35843-035-7
Other author: Sylvia Evans < br> Weight: 180 g

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