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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Christianity is a world religion based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It is one of the largest religions on earth with 2.38 billion followers. Christians believe in the divinity of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. However, most Christians don’t think of the Bible as an authoritative source.

While some people claim to have gifts of healing, these gifts are not usually given for the purpose of keeping Christians healthy. Instead, these gifts are given for the purpose of evangelism.

It is believed that Jesus passed on the gift of healing to the apostles in two different ways. The first way was through the power of the Holy Spirit. The apostles never performed miracles like walking on water or raising the dead. But they did perform healings, such as curing disease or casting out demons.

In the second way, Jesus gave the apostles a special power, known as “spiritual weaponry,” to help them battle against forces of evil. These powers were real and had the ability to ensnare nations. But Paul warned against the misuse of these powers.

While the apostles were granted the power to cast out demons and heal the sick, it wasn’t until the era of the charismatic third wave that these gifts were widely practiced. This new movement grew out of Pentecostal Christianity and crossed denominational boundaries.

It is important to note that while these gifts are portrayed as being foreign to Scripture, these gifts are primarily used by Christian leaders to bring people to Christ. And as believers grow in FAITH, more divine healings will occur. But it is important to remember that each Christian must draw his own line.

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