John G. Lake


Born
in Ontario, Canada
March 18, 1870

Died
September 16, 1935

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John G. Lake: His Life, His...

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John G. Lake: The Complete ...

4.50 avg rating — 86 ratings — published 1999 — 2 editions
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The Collected Works of John...

4.62 avg rating — 71 ratings — published 2013
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Adventures in God

4.51 avg rating — 102 ratings — published 1981 — 8 editions
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John G. Lake On Healing

4.52 avg rating — 56 ratings — published 2009 — 3 editions
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Diary of God's General

4.57 avg rating — 82 ratings — published 2004 — 3 editions
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Your Power in the Holy Spirit

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Divine Healing: A Gift from...

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Spiritual Hunger and Other ...

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Pneumatology

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“GOD ALWAYS WAS THE HEALER. He is the healer still, and will ever remain the Healer. Healing is for YOU. Jesus healed, "all that came to Him." He never turned any one away. He never said, "It is not God's will to heal you," or that it was better for the individual to remain sick, or that they were being perfected in character through the sickness. He healed them ALL. Thereby demonstrating FOREVER God's unchangeable will concerning sickness.”
John G. Lake, The Collected Works of John G. Lake

“The glory of God is as destructive of evil as it is creative of good.”
John G Lake

“The purpose of Jesus is not only to save men from their sins, but by the grace of God to begin in the souls of men that marvelous development in the nature and mind and understanding of God our Father, until by the grace of God we are able to take our place and our part in the kingdom of Jesus Christ and bear our share of responsibility.”
John G. Lake, Spiritual Hunger, The God-men and Other Sermons