The Ministry of Healing - Illustrated
This volume was first published in its present form in 1905. It began as far back as the 1860s with materials Ellen White wrote for publications such as Health Reformer, Appeal to Mothers, and Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene. This is a full text rendition. Over 250 illustrations from that era have been restored and add much to its attractiveness and study value. This book helps us to see the natural laws of our bodies as the divine laws of a loving Creator. It’s practical counsel guides us in our day-to-day care of our physical being in ways that will greatly maintain physical, mental, and moral health, and in general provide us a longer, more productive, and enjoyable life. There is also much information on how to best minister to those who are suffering physically, mentally, and spiritually. There is good, practical advice on how to provide effective home health care which, in many instances, will diminish the need for professional health care, with fewer medications, and less cost.
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