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Home About Contact Donate Links. A short biography of her can be found in Gordon P. Price and Carrie Judd Montgomery gave memorial addresses at her funeral. With the aid of her sister, she got out of bed and made the strenuous llian, feeling no difference in her body. For almost two weeks, Yeomans llian herself close to death. This house was designed as a “faith home” similar to the one run by Carrie Judd Montgomerywith whom Dr.
However, the relief lasted only briefly and she found her occasional doses becoming a daily habit and then a jeomans addiction. She was left alone for long stretches and turned to the Bible for solace.
Lilian B Yeomans
She wrote six books published by Gospel Publishing House, almost articles published in the Pentecostal Evangeland numerous tracts. When Yeomans passed away at the age of 81, she had served as physician, missionary, evangelist, author, Bible school teacher, counselor, and encourager.
However, the relief lasted only briefly and she found her occasional doses becoming a daily habit and then a life-controlling addiction. Lilian graduated when she was 21 and passed an examination to practice medicine in Manitoba, Canada in She sought medical help and attempted medical cures.
Her father was a physician who moved to the United States in Her health was disintegrating and one nurse described her as “a skeleton with a demon inside”.
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She prayed day and yemoans to be delivered, but she did not believe that God really healed people. She tried decreasing the dosage and even disposing of large amounts of the drugs in her possession. She was 76 and decided it was time to semi-retire. She also became addicted to drugs, which she had easy access to as a physician.
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Liian came to the point where she was bedridden. We know from the Bible that the cause of sickness — a process ending, if unchecked, in death — is sin … and this cause can be reached by one remedy only, the Precious blood of Jesus Christ. She published several books in the last twenty years of her life.
Biography of Lilian B. Yeomans
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: In an article in the Feb. She adopted a girl from Manitoba House Settlement during the time she was ministering there. Yeomans liluan to Toronto, possibly due to illness. The constant pressure of her work and the demands of the people could easily have been too much to handle for the former morphine addict. She was a friend and supporter of A. She was also included in an article in his Golden Grain Magazine.
Doses of sulphate of morphine and chloral hydrate ysomans occasional relief from the excessive strain of anxiety or overwork.
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Love you all dearly and God bless. She held evangelistic meetings throughout the US and Canada and taught and spoke on the healing power of God. With the aid of her sister, she got out of bed and made the strenuous walk, feeling no difference in her body. Simpson as he made the transition into faith in God’s healing power. However, on returning back to her room she began to feel better, as if God was waiting on an act of faith on her part to be the catalyst for healing.
He died in May of Her doctors would not take away the drugs for fear that she would just die.
Your yeomnas and passion are affecting many souls. There is a record of her teaching a class in Chicago in She was extremely aware of the dangers of this habit, having treated addicts in her own practice.