By Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin
No matter how well we know a subject, if we don’t continue to practice or review what we have learned, we will forget some things. There are certain subjects we need to continually brush up on, and healing is one of them.
—Kenneth W. Hagin
Often when ministers in the “word of faith” movement begin a sermon by saying, “I’m going to teach on the subject of healing,” most people in the congregation will say to themselves, "I already know about healing". Well, people may think they already know all there is to know about healing, but when there’s a healing line, more than half the congregation will get in line for prayer! That tells me they don’t know as much about healing as they think. Or they don’t know how to walk in the light of what they know.