1. Joy Lamb. 2013. The Sword of the Spirit, the Word of God. Jacksonville, FL: Lamb’s Books, Inc. (revised edition)
The is a wonderful resource! It has sample prayers for various healing prayer ministry situation. These prayers are powerful and can be used as is or suitably modified as God leads and directs. I have found the prayers for breaking curses and dealing with generational bondages to be especially helpful.
2. Francis MacNutt. 2009. Deliverance from evil spirits. A practical manual. Grand Rapids, MI: Chosen Books. (new edition)
Francis MacNutt has provided us with a very useful reference work here. The subject matter can be overly sensationalized and result in a lot of unnecessary fear. God is the victorious one, not the devil. Since the victory of Jesus’ death and resurrection the evil one can only work through lies and deception. The topics MacNutt covers include: Necessary background: clearing away misconceptions; the existence and kinds of evil spirits; curses and the power of false judgement; getting ready [for deliverance ministry]; how to pray for deliverance; setting places free; and, some final words on the baptism of the Holy Spirit. There is also an appendix with sample prayers. Easy reading and a great resource.
3. Friesen, James et al. (James G. Friesen, E. James Wilder, Anne M. Bierling, Rick Koepcke, Maribeth Poole). 2000. The life model: Living from the heart Jesus gave you. Pasadena, Calif.: Shepherd’s House, Inc.
‘The Life Model …’ is a unifying approach to ministries of counseling, recovery, pastoral care, prayer ministry, deliverance, inner healing, child rearing, body life and health. Substance abuse recovery programs internationally are guided by The Life Model’s five principles.
The book is available from Amazon: The Life Model: Living from the Heart Jesus Gave You, The Essentials of Christian Living, Revised 2013
4. Mullen, Grant. 2003. Emotionally free: A prescription for healing body, soul and spirit. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Chosen Books.
More and more people are suffering from depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. Mullen’s book shows you just what emotional bondage is and explains the fundamentals of three treatment paths—medication, deliverance and inner healing. All three can be integrated and applied to your emotional healing—and the restoration of your joy.
The book is available from Amazon: Emotionally Free: A Prescription for Healing Body, Soul and Spirit
5. Seamands, David A. 2004. Healing for damaged emotions. 3rd ed. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Cook Communications Ministries.
Many of us struggle with crippling emotions, among them perfectionism, depression, and low self-worth. The author brings a scriptural approach to this personal subject.
The book is available from Amazon: Healing for Damaged Emotions (David Seamands Series)
6. Sandford, Paula. 1992. Healing women’s emotions. Tulsa, Okla.: Victory House Publishers.
Sanford’s sensitive and liberating insights will help you cope with your feelings, deal with grief and sorrow, identify sources of pain, express your emotions, and experience emotional wholeness.
The book is available from Amazon: Healing For A Woman’s Emotions
7. Payne, Leanne. 1991. Restoring the Christian soul: Overcoming barriers to completion in Christ through healing prayer. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Books.
A companion to The Healing Presence, the book focuses on the virtue of self-acceptance, the forgiveness of sin, and ‘the gift of battle’.
The book is available from Amazon: Restoring the Christian Soul: Overcoming Barriers to Completion in Christ through Healing Prayer
8. Richardson, Rick. 2005. Experiencing healing prayer: How God turns our hurts into wholeness. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press.
Sometimes we feel spiritually numb, find ourselves emotionally dependent, struggle with addictive behavior, or see a trail of broken relationships behind us. These can be signs that we are in need of God’s healing touch through prayer that we learn and practice in community.
The book is available from Amazon: Experiencing Healing Prayer: How God Turns Our Hurts into Wholeness
9. Jersak, Brad. 2003. Can you hear me: Tuning in to the God who speaks. Rev. ed. Abbotsford, B.C.: Fresh Wind Press.
The book is written for anyone who wants to hear God’s voice. Your faith will be stirred to encounter and respond to God. The ‘Tuning In’ sections are ‘listening prayer’ exercises. Chapter 13 is an excellent ‘how to’.
The book is available from Amazon: Can You Hear Me?: Tuning In to the God Who Speaks
10. Kylstra, Chester D. and Betsy Kylstra. 2004. An integrated approach to healing ministry: A guide to receiving healing and deliverance from past sins, hurts, ungodly mindsets and demonic oppression. Kent, Eng: Sovereign World, Ltd.
Inner healing and deliverance are key issues for those who seek wholeness, but usually these are treated as separate ministries. Chester and Betsy Kylstra break through this tradition and apply a unique, integrated approach to healing mind and spirit. With detailed, documented biblical footing, the Kylstras address four problem areas: -Sins of the past -Destructive beliefs -Emotional and spiritual pain -Demonic oppression Readers will learn how to work with the Holy Spirit to close these doors of the enemy and walk in God’s restorative grace. Contains worksheets and detailed lists of ministry steps.
Note: The 2005 U.S. edition has a new title: Biblical healing and deliverance: A guide to experiencing freedom from sins of the past, destructive beliefs, emotional and spiritual pain, curses and oppression. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Chosen Books. # ISBN-10: 0800794036 # ISBN-13: 978-0800794033
11. MacNutt, Francis. 2005. The prayer that heals: Praying for healing in the family. Notre Dame, Ind.: Ave Maria Press. (revised edition)
This little book meets the needs of families that want to learn how to pray at home—and also how to pray for healing for the members of their family.
The book is available from Amazon: The Prayer That Heals: Praying for Healing in the Family
Other books by Francis MacNutt: