Doth Holy Spirit have no power in Dick's church?
THE EDITOR, Sir:
I saw Devon Dick's column 'Who seeks miracles?' (June 18, 2015) and find its content rather dishonest.
Mr Dick, in his previous article to which I replied, if I should summarise, essentially discounted the power of today's apostle to perform miracles.
In fact, he specifically concluded that miracles are of the divine. Which, by extension, means human beings are mere mortals, and, as such, are not capable of performing miracles
It is, therefore, dishonest of Mr Dick to now suggest that his article was solely about the miracle of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. When he began his article by ridiculing a preacher who professed to have had debts cancelled by blowing on a credit card, Mr Dick's admission that members of his church are being amputated rather than being healed is a glaring admission that faith to heal by the power of the Holy Spirit (the power of the divine) is an alien concept in his church - which was the substance of my reply. He underscored my point.
I am happy the admission was made. Thank you.
Please accept my invitation to attend the Universal Church where people are healed of AIDS, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes. You name it, it has been healed.
And, yes. I do visit the KPH every Sunday at 4 p.m. You may ask your ailing members to look out for our team of pastors and members who, by the power of the Holy Spirit in them, are instruments to be used by God to heal the sick and set the captives free.