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Miracle Healing and Christianity


Miracle Healing and Christianity

Despite the bafflement and controversy surrounding Christianity, there are some things we can learn from the scriptures. The Bible teaches that humans are comprised of both body and soul. Jesus Christ came to save souls and raise the dead. In fact, approximately twenty to eleven percent of the gospels document the public ministry of Jesus. While some have been accused of using chicanery, others say they simply have faith and let God do what He wills.

Many people have been exposed to Christianity and the Christian message long enough to become inoculated against it. Media and intellectual circles are filled with anti-Christian propaganda. Such people are more difficult to convert than people who have never heard of Jesus. If you’ve ever wondered what it means to be freed from suffering and restored to a perfect, divine life, you’ve come to the right place. Thankfully, there are several reasons for this.

First of all, the sacraments are particularly potent healing agents. According to the Catechism, Jesus touched sick people during his ministry. Through the sacraments, Jesus continues to heal. The Eucharist, for example, is the bread that gives eternal life. Through these, God’s healing power is manifested in special ways. So, we’ve got some very powerful reasons to participate in the healing sacraments.

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