A man with great experience of healing in his personal life is the guest speaker at a Healing Service in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Monday December 3.
As a young man Dr Cecil Stewart experienced a divine deliverance from depression as well as tuberculosis. His wife, Evelyn, also had a healing which has stood the test of time. Almost 40 years ago consultants announced her days were numbered after a diagnosis of incurable cancer. But after prayer, she made a rapid and total recovery. Earlier this year, the couple celebrated 40 years of marriage.
Dr Stewart received an appreciative response when he spoke at St Anne’s earlier this year. Those who attended the service in May will recall his ministry as both inspirational and charged with hope. On the topic of healing he speaks from personal experience,
The Irish businessman and evangelist is well known throughout Ireland and across Europe where he was recently on a speaking trip. However, for the past seven years, Africa has been a major focus of his attention.
In addition to conducting seminars and missions on a huge scale, Dr Stewart has also been drawn to the plight of orphaned children, particularly from a poverty stricken slum which he visited. Appalled by their living conditions and with a great concern for their need, he has organised ongoing support for these vulnerable children, endeavouring to show them the pragmatic nature of Christian love.
Personal prayer and anointing with oil for healing will be available during the service, which begins at 8pm. It has been organised by Divine Healing Ministries and will be led by Brother David Jardine.