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Mrs Baxter was one of the pioneers of the healing movement in England during the late 1800's. She was born to God-honoring parents in 1837. At the age of twenty-one she responded to the gospel and shortly thereafter became involved in evangelistic ministry.
She was married to Michael P. Baxter in 1868, the editor of the Christian Herald which was the most popular evangelical magazine of the day. Together, their deep spirituality and selfless service influenced England and much of Europe for the cause of Christ.
They eventually founded Bethshan House, a refuge for the sick of body and soul. Mary and her husband were mentored by spiritual leaders like Andrew Murray and D. L. Moody, to name a few.
Her husband's role as editor gave her access to a wide circulation of Christian readers interested in the message of healing.
This volume is a collection of Mrs. M. Baxter's inspired writings on Divine Healing which originally appeared in the "The Christian Herald."