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-molten images: Exodus 32:8 "They have turned aside quickly out of the way which I commanded them. They have made them a molten calf and have worshipped it and have sacrificed thereunto and said, These be thy gods, O Israel, which have brought thee up out of the land of Egypt-(where they were in bondage)."

-Dr. Kenneth McAll, Ph.D., psychiatrist: Up to his death Dr. McAll kept up his ministry and was an international figure traveling extensively throughout the world. 
    A Christian, Ken McAll has three books on interesting healings-(healing for both Christians and non-Christians); Healing The Family Tree, Healing The Haunted and Guide To Healing The Family Tree.
    Ken found out that Christ in a person is superior to any difficulty an individual may be encountering.

What this subject is all about:-Paul in talking of what he got from Jesus, said:-Acts 26:18 "To open their eyes and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me."

From the Thanksgiving Eucharist in Celebration of the Life and Work of Dr. Robert Kenneth McAll, By Reverend Dr. Russ Parker, Holy Trinity, Sloane St. London, April 17th 2002: 
    "So often when someone dies we find ourselves saying  'If only I had known when they were going to die, I would have said this or done that for them. But I didn't and now I feel stuck with it.'
    "What good news it is to be able to say that you can, through Jesus. So I would give them a time of silence in which people could complete their unfinished business. Many later shared the healing they had received. I well remember one person telling me at the end of one such service, 'Now I see.' When I asked him what he meant he held up his white walking stick and said again 'Now I see.' Apparently he hated his father who had died but during the time of prayer realised that he hated him because he just wanted his father to love him. During the prayers he told this to his father and when he opened his eyes he could see. He had arrived at the church, blind through glaucoma!"

Dr. McAll's concern was for reconciliation. Reconciliation for people here and now, and also between the living and the dead.
    Dr. McAll's books are: 'Healing The Family Tree' (1982). 'Healing the Haunted' (1989) continues the drama of his response to Jesus' call and healings that have occurred on his journey. A third book 'Guide to Healing the Family Tree' (1994) documents the approach to many medical and psychiatric diseases. His first book has sold over 120,000 copies and has been translated into 14 languages.
    His healing methods through the power of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ at the Eucharist, have been freeing many thousands from their ancestral bonds that have been ignored in the past by both the psychiatric community and the church.

Dr. Kenneth McAll, Ph.D., a psychiatrist whose concern was the mentally ill said in his book-Healing The Family Tree-"I lived in mental hospitals, learning all I could about the the mentally disturbed, sometimes violent people who are condemned to spend their lives in confined spaces, a race apart, existing without hope. There had to be a way to reach them, to steer them out of their private mazes. I had to find that way. My objective has always been the same: to help people get in touch with God and learn to live completely under His direction.
    "Many emotional problems have their roots in a purely biochemical imbalance which requires medication...But many deep emotional hurts need the supportive love of a Christian community."

Up to his death Dr. McAll kept up his ministry and was an international figure traveling extensively throughout the world. A man of deep Christian faith who has learned to listen and respond to our Lord, Ken McAll has been an instrument for opening even deeper healing of the broken body of humanity.

Many of Dr. McAll's patients suffered from the presence of spirits and heard voices.
    He asks "Who were these unbidden, unquiet spirits? Why and how could they hold living people in bondage? Many of the patients referred to me have suffered from this mental disease, which has meant them living their lives to a greater or lesser extent under the influence of someone else who might be alive or dead, known to the patient or unknown.
    Many psychiatrists have found it beneficial to break the relationship between the controller and the controlled, with the latter fully conscious and cooperative. If this break is brought about by transferring control through prayer to God, this brings an acceptance of God's controlling power and gift of release."
    There are various bondage. Bondage to the living, bondages to dead ancestors, to those not related, to stillborn, aborted or miscarried babies, bondage of the living to occult control. Dr. McAll notes: "Although it can take some time until a cure if affected, the final moment of release can happen suddenly.
    Dr. McAll gives an example: "Ruth. a widowed mother in her sixties, complained of 'heart trouble' for years. She had consulted many specialists, none of whom had found any actual disease. She had traveled from hospital to hospital but to no avail. I listened to Ruth's tale for several hours on the first day and for several more on the second day. She incessantly and wildly talked about her son, never answering any of my questions directly. Finally I became very impatient and said, 'It strikes me that there must be something wrong in your relationship with your son!' The woman became distraught, flew into a violent temper and shouted. 'How disgusting!' She was gone, slamming the door behind her. Soon afterwards she telephoned from a nearby callbox to inform me of the serious complaints she had lodged against me.
    "I felt that I had lost any further chance to help her.


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