Discovering God's Heart by John Gillette
Pastoral Health Care - Part Five
We have to practice the principles in the pastoral health care meditation method. Its roots are in the Old Testament book of Psalms. We can handle any situation through thinking biblically. The spirit, soul and body are involved. Therefore, a holistic approach has to take place.
John F. Gillette’s story begins and ends with a song he sang in his
childhood, “His Very Own, Wonderful Grace in His Word is made known,
chosen by the Father, purchased by the Son, sealed by the Spirit, I am
his very own.” His desire every day is to glorify the Lord Jesus
Christ in health and in sickness. He has learned every moment needs to
be in God’s presence. Divine dialogue is a developmental process. He
has been a lifelong student of the Scriptures. It is easy to fail the
standards of God but he has an inner passion that he calls “the holy
urge” to encourage him to go forward. His studies have been in the
liberal arts but always guided through his biblical deep rooted
foundation. His graduate research has been in religion and leadership.
He has served Jesus Christ since his childhood with diversity,
independence and confidence in education, pastorate and leadership.
His pastoral health care discovery series was published to help
himself and minister to others that are having struggles in making
spiritual, psychological and physiological adjustments.
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