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(Not all that different from atheists trying to tell me DNA isn’t actually a code.) Experience #4: I have a friend named Noemia Cessito. Luxuries that westerners take for granted are simply unheard of there. Below is a video of Alex shaving Dylan’s head in the restroom of Alex’s hospital room: Alex Smiley shaves Dylan Fancher’s head: Solidarity, and Friends Forever Just the day before, Alex had begun his Chemo treatments. The bitterness and the grief melted away and she began laughing with delight. But being healed from aching loss and sickening sorrow over a lost husband and dear son – that one takes the cake. Jess experienced a literal impartation of the beautiful scripture of Isaiah 61: For those who grieve in Zion— to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. I know the feeling of exasperation and desperation when you pray and it feels as though those prayers are bouncing off the ceiling. Your prayer doesn’t get answered the way you want it to. You only have to experience ONE undeniable miracle and then you KNOW. Quoting 1 Corinthians : “And in the church God has appointed first of all apostles, second prophets, third teachers, then workers of miracles, also those having gifts of healing, those able to help others, those with gifts of administration, and those speaking in different kinds of tongues. The church has sliced off one of its testicles and thrown it in the garbage.
She and her husband Jeronimo run a school, church, AIDS hospice, medical clinic and feeding program in Beira, Mozambique. Noemia tells this strange story: One evening our church met for prayer. (The joy of shaving Dylan’s head sorta made up for the first day of chemo.) That was July 6, 2009. She lost both her husband and first-born son to leukemia. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the LORD for the display of his splendor. This is one of the reasons that TV healing ministries have become such a circus: it’s partly because most of Christianity has marginalized the healing gifts. But it’s a whole different world when you see people whom you’ve known for years get healed in person, with your own eyes – on TV. My friend, let me assure you: When the church begins to operate on all 8 cylinders, it becomes a force to be reckoned with. The atheists and cynics and religious gestapo can whine and moan all they want to, but real people are being set free every day.
(Fake miracles masquerading as real ones are the other side of that coin, by the way…
and there are many fake miracles.) Miracles are far more common than many would have you believe.
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Where I grew up, they said: “Miracles don’t happen anymore.
She pulled her hair back and I could tell just brushing my hand over her head that there was a big piece of her skull taken out and a large indention on her head. I’ve told you about two people there in Rajahmundry India. It’s no surprise church has become a flaccid, legalistic, boring institution.
She complained that she’d been having seizures since the operation, and she has had no feeling anywhere in her left arm. But she was VERY excited about the feeling come back in her left arm! We told them that next year definitely they will come to pray for you and for many. She was suffering from severe headache and neck pain from so many years and also if she takes anything from her mouth she will be feeling pain in her throat. There were many more – most got some benefit, some didn’t seem to get any. A dreary way to kill an otherwise enjoyable Sunday morning.
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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.
Bryan had gotten a Master’s Degree in Theology at Master’s Seminary in Southern California. There’s no such thing as a medically documented miracle.” He was definitely right about the New Testament part. Then one morning at her Bible study, a woman suddenly stood up and said, “God just told me to pray for you, to be healed, RIGHT NOW.” So they did. Jeremy, as it turns out, has been having experiences like this himself. At a church service one Sunday, the pastor, Isaiah Gottimukkala, invites anybody who wants any kind of healing prayer to line up in front of Jeremy.