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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

During Jesus’ public ministry, divine healing was very apparent. About twenty to eleven percent of the gospel accounts are devoted to the reports of physical healings.

These miraculous events are a testament to Jesus’ compassion for those in need. His compassion is exemplified in his healing of people with disabilities. In John 5:6, Jesus asks a paralytic man whether he wants to be made whole. The Greek word for healing, “sozo,” also means bodily resurrection.

As a result of the Fall, our original sin causes us to be in a state of corruption. Our bodies are filled with disease. The original sin also disables our interior faculties. The goal of Satan is to kill and steal.

Jesus came to heal the sick, to save souls, and to raise up the body and soul of humanity. The apostles travelled throughout Palestine preaching the message of Christ. They prayed for the sick and delivered them from disease.

The first miracle of Jesus was the healing of a crippled man with faith. It is not clear from the gospels whether the crippled man was a physical or a mental disability.

Jesus also commanded the apostles to preach the gospel to the whole world. Thousands of people heard the gospel, and many were healed. These were the beginnings of Christianity.

Jesus Christ’s healing ministry continues today in the sacraments. Sacraments are especially efficacious in their healing powers. There are two sacraments, the Eucharist and the anointing of the sick.

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