Quotes on Healing

Do you suppose that Jesus Christ healed every person that was sick or that all the devils were cast out in the country where he sojourned?  I do not.  Working miracles, healing the sick, raising the dead, and the like, were almost as rare in his day as in this our day.  Once in a while the people would have faith in his power, and what is called a miracle would be performed, but the sick, the blind, the deaf and dumb, the crazy, and those possessed with different kinds of devils were around him, and only now and then could his faith have power to take effect, on account of the want of faith in the individuals. — Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, 3:45-46)

We lay hands on the sick and wish them to be healed, and pray the Lord to heal them, but we cannot always say that he will. — Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, 4:284

When we are prepared, when we are holy vessels before the Lord, a stream of power from the Almighty can pass through the tabernacle of the administrator to the system of the patient, and the sick are made whole; there is virtue in us if we will do right; if we live our religion we are the temples of God wherein he will dwell; if we defile ourselves, these temples God will destroy. — Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, 14:72