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Sunday, February 5, 2012

A Tribute To A Yielded Life

Born in 1907 near the town of Concordia, Missouri, into a Baptist family; and converted in a revival in 1921, she attended a Christian and Missionary Alliance Bible College in Washington. She became involved in ministry at the age of sixteen when she left to assist her sister and brother-in-law in the Rocky Mountain States.

Soon thereafter, she went on her own; being itinerant in Idaho, Utah, and Colorado, before finally settling down in Denver in 1933. By 1935 she had built the 2,000 seat Denver Revival Tabernacle, and effectively used the media to establish an influential radio ministry.

In 1946 in Franklin, Pennsylvania, a woman was miraculously healed of a tumor during one of her services. This further developed as a characteristic phenomenon at the services, as she would call out the specific disorder that was being cured in a certain area of the auditorium; and received the appropriate acknowledgment by the individual.

Although she never emphasized healing as part of her ministry, reports of miraculous healings emerged from these meetings which lead her to recognize that the Holy Spirit was present and actively working in the lives of believers in these services.

In 1948 she moved to Pittsburgh, which eventually became her headquarters, and regularly held services in Carnegie Hall and the First Presbyterian Church; and again, developed a daily radio ministry. However, it was a seven-page article in Redbook Magazine (1950) that brought the "Miracle Woman" into the spotlight and transitioned her to national fame.

This woman of God was an incessant worker for the Lord, giving meticulous attention to every detail of her services; ensuring that everything was unparalleled in its execution. This is Kathryn Kuhlman, "A Tribute to a Yielded Life."

"There never was a more ordinary woman than the one standing before you," she tells her audiences in a quiet, dramatic voice. "I have nothing, nothing to do with these healing. I have only yielded my life to Him. Do not try to reach out and touch Kathryn Kuhlman. Reach up and touch Him (Jesus)." - Kathryn Kuhlman

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Powerful woman of God. She inspired many to live a yielded Life to God.
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