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It tells of a woman who allowed the Holy Spirit to have sway over her ways. This inevitably gave birth to outstanding miracles recorded in her meetings. It can rightly be said that the ministry of intimacy was what Kathryn Kuhlman operated effectively in.
It took a woman, bereft of the love of a man, her womb barren, to love as she loved. Out of her emptiness - she gave. To be replenished by the only Lover she was allowed to have - the Holy Spirit. It was said that her openness and love had a way of disarming even those who attacked her. She knew that her ability to concentrate on the voice of the Holy Spirit demanded that all distractions be removed. Kathryn often demonstrated a masterful self-control and concentration in a time when everyone else was on the verge of panic.
Her humility before God was another vital ingredient to her success. She often saw herself as the most ordinary person in the whole world. This she often admitted in her meetings. God indeed has a way of taking our rebellion, our sins, our flagrant disobedience, and molding them into our future tensile strength when we turn to Him.
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Daughter of Destiny: Kathryn Kuhlman
After a spiritual experience at age 14, several years later, she began itinerant preaching, with her elder sister and brother-in law, in Idaho. Later, she was ordained by the Evangelical Church Alliance. Shortly after his visit to Denver, Waltrip divorced his wife, left his family and moved to Mason City, Iowa , where he began a revival center called Radio Chapel. Kuhlman and her friend and pianist Helen Gulliford came into town to help him raise funds for his ministry. It was shortly after their arrival that the romance between Burroughs and Kuhlman became publicly known.