The Hands of a Healer

Bishop Herbert Spaugh, Sr. (who died in 1978) in a rare appearance without his clerical collar.

The writer to the Hebrews talks about “the great cloud of witnesses” who watch over us to cheer us on. The late Carlyle Marney, a baptist pastor and prominent speaker in the middle decades of the 20th Century talked about “our balcony of approving faces,” those people alive and dead, who sit at edge of our consciousness and approve of us, giving us confidence in difficult times.

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1 Response to The Hands of a Healer

  1. Jeff Carter says:

    Pastor Worth, thank you for this article. I just forwarded this article to our daughter who is studying to become a nurse within pediatric oncology. Bishop Spaugh was a genuine inspiration to me as well even though many despised him.

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