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Miracle Healing and Christian Faith


Miracle Healing and Christian Faith

While the Apostles of Christ preached the gospel in large-scale services, ordinary Christians began praying for their sick relatives, friends, and even strangers in their homes, hospitals, and grocery stores. The success of this practice grew, and the church membership went from five to thirty million people. However, many of these new converts were only nominal Christians, attracted by gifts and higher status jobs. Some questioned whether the gospel of good news is true and opted to continue practicing pagan rituals.

Those who believed in the resurrection of Christ were called apostles, and their work changed the course of history. The apostles, also called Boanerges, or Sons of Thunder, were commissioned by Jesus to spread his teachings and heal people. Among them were the apostles James son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Canaanite, and Judas Iscariot.

The apostles began the church after Christ’s resurrection. They traveled, preaching the gospel and healing the sick. They even raised the dead and exorcised demonic spirits. Their actions were recorded in the gospels and in the Acts of the Apostles. These miracles were a source of faith, and many people were converted.

Moreover, miracles and faith are closely connected. Miracles are common in Scripture, and Jesus himself praised those who believed in miracles. Even today, Christians in Africa have a deep faith in God and believe that he still works miracles.

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