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Raising the Dead with Chauncey Crandall, MD on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott interviews Dr. Chauncey Crandall, a very committed true believer in the healing of Jesus. Dr. Crandall is author of the new book Raising the Dead, and will share many of the transformative experiences he has witnessed in this spiritual path he has choosen. Dr. Chauncey Crandall IV is an eleventh generation American, born and raised in Virginia just outside Washington D.C. Chauncey comes from seven generations of ministers, some of which helped birth religious freedom within the New World. God revealed Himself early on in Chauncey’s life in a very powerful way. He was just six years old attending a gospel service being held in a local barn. The old biblical war cry hymn began to play, “Onward Christian Soldiers,” and Chauncey remembers feeling the presence of God for the first time. But for many years he ran from God, however; As Chauncey puts it, the Father lovingly brought Chauncey back to Him at the age of 19 in Togo, West Africa when he was financially abandoned on an anthropology trip with his college. Chauncey remembers being on his knees crying out to the Lord in a brothel bar to save his soul. He recalls looking up to see a world map above the bar cabinets split in two. The New world was on the left and the Old World was on the right. Chauncey took this to be a sign from God, confirming that the old man needed to be split from the new man who was now in Christ Jesus. Chauncey was born again! At the age of 27, while attending medical school, Chauncey found himself in the middle of the Communist Revolution on the island of Grenada in the British West Indies. It was then that Chauncey says the Lord stressed the importance of water baptism. In a small Caribbean cove with African brothers and sisters in Christ, Chauncey was water baptized as Russian/Cuban gun ships patrolled the shoreline. Chauncey went on to become an interventional and preventative cardiologist who currently practices in the Palm Beach area.

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