Do You Believe in Miracles?
It was our own fault that we entered the small church a little late.
And it was our tardiness that gave our large family the “honor” of sliding into the church’s first and second rows.
It was a good thing though, because it forced my teen boys to focus – they couldn’t have missed the sermon even if they had wanted to.
And looking back, I’m glad my family had front row seating that day because something happened in that service that my kids will never forget.
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8/4/2012 03:52:24 pm
At 18 our son's neck was broken between 6&7th vertebrate. He was paralyzed from his neck down, but we had a miracle and he walk out of the hospital after 3 months. He limped and his neck has been in constant pain ever since, ever since before 6 months ago. He's 40 now so he's lived with pain longer than he'd lived without. Ministers from Bethel church in Redding CA were having a healing seminar at our church and Thomas, who recently gave his life again to the Lord, went to these meetings. Bill Johnson asked for those injured in accidents to stand where they were seated and for those near by to lay hands on them and pray. They prayed once and nothing happened, they prayed a second time and his neck was pain free and he could move it in ways he had not been able to in 22 years! My husband was one of the men praying. He said that when he put his hand back on his neck to pray the second time it was like touching hot coals. Thomas started weeping and rejoicing, he had received a miracle healing. I was not there, but I have seen the results of this and know it's real! Linda B
8/6/2012 09:23:59 am
Thanks for sharing! More people need to hear this!
8/6/2012 10:54:56 am
Hi! Thank you for this encouraging post! I am convinced that Jesus want to heal both our bodies and out souls! He is our healer!
3/16/2013 11:00:10 am
Inger, Thanks so much for the wonderful comment. Yes, Jesus is our healer!!! I'm so happy for your friend. You would enjoy this week's post on a similar subject: "A Time to Heal." http://www.mychristiandevotionalblog.com/a-time-to-heal.html
Yes indeed! Delighted you are trying to promote this important part of the gospel. I'm training people to move in God's power and we see many miracles and healings. One of our problem areas in the West, though, is our Worldview. Check out this post on it. http://www.schoolofsupernaturalevangelism.com/2013/08/09/the-western-worldview-is-institutionalised-unbelief-it-socialises-us-to-ignore-gods-natural-habitat/
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