Dan Mohler captivates the listener with his intense and sincere faith. I have never heard a faith teacher as open, honest and powerful as him. He is 100% sold out for Jesus and has an abundance of personal testimonies to share. He spends hours in the presence of God and is fully committed to serving others. People often remark "You are for real" and they call him "Happy Dan". Watch "Living to Love" (2015) here. This is the faith that produces extreme miracles. Some people however struggle with the perplexities of a Theology that claims healing for everybody, but must come to terms with success and failure to be a common experience. The healing ministry proclaims that based on scripture Gods will is that everybody should get healed. Such a theological position anchors the entitlement of success in the scripture based on the completed redemptive work of Christ at the Cross and the great comission.
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Romans 5 is so powerful in the sense that it explains so much. Ok? It explains the love of God that came to rescue us when we were fallen. You have to understand that we were created in God’s image in the beginning and yet man fell - and his name was Adam and his wife was Eve. And it says here [at Romans 5:12] that we were all born into Adam, “So because one man sinned, all men sinned.” In other words we were born into that sin, into that nature, into the fall of man, every one of us, every one of us. Ok? So there’s a dilemma there. But God in His great love for us, while we were yet sinners and born into sin, He sent His Son to die for us. Ok?
I have never come across anybody like Dan Mohler. Many will challenge his Theology on Faith Healing, but he is a man of high integrity that has worked through all the controversial issues. He probably would disagree with that, but he is the sort of healer that stays close to the flock. He has extreme faith in healing and many testimonies as well as failures. But he has the courage to practice healing in his home town and then speak about it at the funeral of the diseased to both sides of the faith camp. And that is why I hold him in the highest regard while I am grappling with his theology of faith at the same time.