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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Almost two and a half billion people are followers of Christianity, which is the world’s largest religion. Its primary basis is the life of Jesus of Nazareth. The apostles of Jesus cast out demons, and divine healing was apparent during their ministry.

The gospels are full of stories of the healing power of Jesus. A crippled man walks home, a leper is restored, and a deaf-mute shouts praises to Jesus. It is also clear that Jesus continued to heal people through sacraments, including the Eucharist.

During the first century, Jesus healed sick people in Galilee. He sent the twelve disciples on the first evangelistic mission. They traveled through Palestine and preached the message. It was a very risky and dangerous mission, and the penalty for conversion was death.

The apostolic Church was very concerned with sick people. In fact, twenty to eleven percent of the public ministry accounts of Jesus include reports of healing.

The anointing of the sick was a sacrament, which means it was a means of spiritual preparation for heaven. It became an extremely efficacious means of healing. It was also called extreme unction. In the twelfth century, it was renamed.

One of the most compelling stories of Christ’s healing power is found in Luke 5. A paralyzed man was able to walk. He ran straight to Jesus. He had such faith that he was healed.

In the third and fourth centuries, Christians in the global south typically came to faith through healing. In the fifth century, some serious Christians fled the corruption of urban life.

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