We have come to believe that it is just as wrong for a believer to bear his sickness when Jesus bore it, as it is for him to bear his sins when Christ bore them. We have no right to live in sin and to bear those hateful habits that make life a curse, because Christ bore them. It was wrong for Him to bear them if we are going to bear them too. It is wrong for us to have sickness and disease in our bodies when God laid those diseases on Jesus.
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At age 17, he was converted in a Methodist prayer meeting. In an attempt to hone his acting skills, Kenyon attended the Emerson School of Oratory in Boston for one year in studying acting. Kenyon first married Evva Spurling. The two were married on May 8, He was its president for twenty-five years. It is now known as Gordon College. Evva Kenyon died in Subsequently, Kenyon married Alice M. Whitney and had a son and a daughter with her.
In , E. Kenyon died, and his daughter Ruth, with whom he was living, continued on with his publishing ministry. Evidence that the teaching of positive confession was already developing in Christianity before Kenyon is present in time period literature. In the book The Atonement for Sin and Sickness, Russell Kelso Carter demonstrates an early version of what Kenyon later taught: "I only prayed, O, Lord, make me sure of the truth, and I will confess it; I have nothing to do with consequences; that is Thy part," and again, "Jesus has the keeping part, I have the believing and confessing.
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