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and there are many fake miracles.) Miracles are far more common than many would have you believe.Today, I share several of my own personal experiences. Before we dig in, I need to tell you a conversation with my younger brother Bryan, whose story I tell in my book Evolution 2.0 and on my site (Gulp.) He continues: “Every single supposed ‘miracle’ can be explained by sleight of hand, placebo effect, or wishful thinking. She and Charlie had treated it for years, prayed for years that it would be healed, and it wouldn’t budge. Experience #2: I got to Rajahmundry, India in June 2007 with the customer service manager at my company, Jeremy Flanagan.

Because of mounting doubts, he was bailing on the whole thing. There is NOTHING in the Bible whatsoever to suggest that miracles should stop. From healing the paralytic to forgiving sins to feeding the 5000 to rising from the dead, all are offered as things only God can do. She could not raise her elbow past the middle of her chest. By the time Jeremy was done both shoulders felt identical, there was no cracking and she could raise her arm above her head on her own strength.

A few seconds later, Yosef heard this intense commotion and loud crying behind him.

He turned around and this woman’s hand had fully grown back. This is as close as I’ve personally gotten to a healed amputee. But if you want to think for yourself investigate these things on your own, I recommend that you start by reading “Real Miracles” by Richard Casdorph, M.

I never heard anyone pray for a pair of shoes or a loaf of bread before. I’ll save that discussion for another post.) You’re invited. In Matthew 11, Jesus’ cousin John the Baptist was in prison. ” Jesus replied, “Go back and report to John what you hear and see: The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cured, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is preached to the poor.

I had always prayed: “Lord, please provide for my needs.” So, I was sitting beside this little six year old girl and we divided into pairs to pray. In the middle of thinking about that, I got this desire for some ice cream. How could I possibly think about ice cream now when there is so much war and starvation? Alex went through 9 months of brutal chemotherapy treatments and it went into remission. If you’re ever in Chicago, come to Greater Chicago Church, 705 Jackson Boulevard, Oak Park Illinois on a Sunday morning and I’ll introduce you to some of these dear friends. Blessed is the man who does not fall away on account of me.” Amen. S.: There’s a popular atheist jingoism these days: “Why doesn’t God heal amputees? The assertion is made that there’s no such thing as an amputee whose arm grew back.

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