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Author:
Jamie buckingham
ISBN13:
978-0671820053
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0671820052
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Pocket (March 1, 1978)
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Kuhlman asked Jamie Buckingham to write her biography because she knew he. .I love how the author told the whole story. The good, the bad and the ugly.

Kuhlman asked Jamie Buckingham to write her biography because she knew he would write the truth. I'm sure after some of her experiences Kuhlman also realized Buckingham would show her flaws but keep her belief in the power of the Holy Trinity at the forefront of her story. Daughter of Destiny shows Kuhlman as a flawed passionate one-of-a-kind work of art for God. Yes, she was a consummate showman but a showman for God. This was one of the most inspirational books I have read lately. I also like the fact that he made sure to point out on several occasions that Kathryn gave God the glory.

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This book gives a good insight into the life of a woman that was sold out to Jesus. We never can know the price one pays to live and serve God for their particular purpose.

Before she died, Kathryn Kuhlman asked Buckingham to write her ng nothing. Here, then, is the complete story of marriage and divorce, betrayal by a staff member, her shadowy death, and the spirituality that helped her become the foremost woman evangelist of the 20th century, witnessing to more than a million people over 50 years! 289 pages, softcover from Bridge-Logos. Daughter of Destiny: The Biography of Kathryn Kuhlman, (9780882707846) by Jamie Buckingham.

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One may associate these with Kathryn Kuhlman's faith or that of the . Plainfield, New Jersey: Logos International, p. 82.

Plainfield, New Jersey: Logos International, p. ISBN 0-88270-784-1. This is one powerful book that packs a punch. Jamie Buckingham is a wonderful writer who captures the spirit of this woman in its fullness in this book

Before she died, Kathryn Kuhlman asked Buckingham to write her ng nothing. Jamie Buckingham is a wonderful writer who captures the spirit of this woman in its fullness in this book. A biography that is at once honest, compassionate, touching, and life-transforming. There is a definite touch of God on this book. I've read it more than 3 times already and everytime it has succeeded in bringing new change into my life. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago.

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The most outstanding feature of Kuhlman's ministry was her insistence on absolute dependence on the Holy Spirit. This emphasis appears to have been unique among those with healing ministries. No one before Kuhlman had highlighted the importance of the role the Holy Spirit played in healing to the degree to which she di.

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  • I read about Daughter of Destiny on the Internet while looking up some information on Kathryn Kuhlman. Kuhlman asked Jamie Buckingham to write her biography because she knew he would write the truth. I'm sure after some of her experiences Kuhlman also realized Buckingham would show her flaws but keep her belief in the power of the Holy Trinity at the forefront of her story. Daughter of Destiny shows Kuhlman as a flawed passionate one-of-a-kind work of art for God. Yes, she was a consummate showman but a showman for God. This was one of the most inspirational books I have read lately. All through her dark days, struggles, and waning days Kuhlman never gave up. Having said that it's not a it's all fluffy clouds, rainbows and unicorns book trying to cast Kuhlman as a plaster saint and from what Buckingham writes she would have objected to such a book.

    I used to watch Kuhlman's television programs with my Mom but never knew much about her. This woman like an apparition on fire would preach on the stage. Her voice was so distinctive you never forgot it once you heard it. I'm glad this book has brought her back to me in a much more meaningful way. Not that I know what she struggled through I admire her even more as she shows us we don't have to be perfect just committed.

    I have read some posts on the Internet claiming they feel she wore wires under her flowing dresses that shocked people or used hypnotism. I doubt this as she wouldn't have had to work so hard to bring the presence of the Holy Spirit in her waning days if she were using such devices. She also wasn't always touching the person as they were "slain" or healed by the Holy Spirit. I think her imitators have cast a shadow on her ministry and sincerity. Some also wonder why she wasn't healed and died of heart failure. Kuhlman herself never knew why some people were healed and some were not. She apparently agonized that not all who came were healed and prayed one day she could witness a healing like those brought by Jesus where all who came would be healed. Maybe it was just time to be called home and her failing heart was simply showing she had given all she had. I should also point out that she never claimed to be a faith healer and never sought to be one.

    I am doubly blessed my used yellowing mass paperback copy apparently came from the library of reverend into my hands. I can definitely recommend this book as even if you aren't a believer you can simply read it as a great book on the power of belief and what can be accomplished if you simply keep on going.

  • Doesn't pull any punches in telling about her successes and so-called failures. Reading this book and the ones about doctor-documented miracles that took place in her ministry will really help you build your own faith to receive the miracles Jesus gave his life to give all of us.

  • The Bible said "if you hunger and thirst after righteousness, you shall be filled." I looked around and did not see many people doing what the WORD of GOD says, so I started searching for people who really walk the Christian Walk. Kathryn Kuhlman's book was one that I read and I'm telling you this book brought clarity to the TRUE WORD OF GOD!!!!! I highly recommend this book and I believe that every LEADER in Ministry, etc should read it and take note. I read this book with a yellow highlighter and I'm telling you she gave so many nuggets that would help you in your walk with God. I'm keeping this book in my library so that I can go back to it for reference.......HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!!!

  • For years, I have known of Kathryn Kuhlman's healing ministry, but I never knew about the woman who served as the instrument for God's miracles. Jamie Buckingham has honored this servant of God and blessed the body of Christ by chronicling her legacy.

  • What a FANTASTIC read about the life of Kathryn Kuhlman! I seriously couldn't put the book down and ended up staying up way later than I should have on several occasions. The writing is clear, concise, and enjoyable. It is not some book written for a theologian or a scholar, but it is something that everyone can enjoy. It is a detailed biography of the life of Kathryn Kuhlman. It is 329 pages, but it never felt long or drawn out. I kept wanting more! There was so much information, both good and bad, about her life and ministry including many pictures. This isn't some book about the greatest hits of some shining spiritual star, it is the journey of a woman who yielded her life to the power of the Holy Spirit and saw the world change because of it. It is a glorious testament to her life, flaws, scandals, and all. Even if you didn't know anything about Kathryn Kuhlman's life, there is so much that can be learned from the life of this handmaiden of the Lord. It is about giving glory to whom glory is due: God alone. The last line of the book sums it up nicely: "Kathryn's gone. But the Holy Spirit is still alive." If you can't tell from this review, I LOVED this book and would recommend it to anybody!

  • I enjoyed Jamie Buckinghas biography of Katherine Kulman. It flowed and was a fast read until the last chapter. It was there that he seemed to have had an issue with allowing her personality and the ultimate love of Christ shine through. Giving more credit to other characters.
    However, for those seeking a part of themselves and finding our common link, I recommend this read.

  • This biography is changing my life, in the way,​ I am believing God for my ministry...if He (God) will use Ms. Kathryn and you have a heart for God He will use in your ministry calling.

  • After all these decades that have passed since Kuhlman's death, it's interesting that the life of this female evangelist could interest me so much. If you're a skeptic of faith healers or even an atheist, you'll still be intrigued. What makes it so great is that Buckingham, himself a man of God (and one who dared, early on, to question the tactics of media evangelists), doesn't gloss over the faults and frailties of Ms Kuhlman. She was a very flawed character for sure. Yet, you can't just writer her off as a charlatan or a kook; she had something incredible going on that increased the faith of thousands and transformed their lives.