Miracle Healing in Christian Churches
There are many reasons to believe in Christian healing. The Roman Catholic Church, for example, claims that they can heal people with bones, pieces of the cross, and vials of the breast milk of Mary. The Catholic Church also boasts of a miraculous healing site in France, called Lourdes. But is divine healing really possible? What can you expect from a church that claims to be the only way to know for sure?
The sacraments are particularly efficacious in healing. Jesus touched the sick during his ministry, and he continues to heal through these sacraments. These sacraments are the bread of life, and the presence of Jesus Christ in these sacraments is particularly potent. So, if you’re feeling unwell, humbly seek the Lord’s healing and faith in Jesus Christ.
As a Christian, you’re expected to spread the gospel of Jesus to every creature in your world. But how can you do this without preaching? And how do you reach these people if you’ve never heard about Christianity? Well, it’s possible. If you’ve been exposed to enough Christianity that you’ve become inoculated against it. In addition, you’ve probably heard enough anti-Christian propaganda in the media and among intellectual circles that it’s hard to influence someone shaped by these circumstances.
The apostles, as the representatives of Christ, dispersed through the whole of Palestine, preaching the message of Christ. One of the disciples, Philip, was ordained as a deacon but still had great faith like Stephen. He used his powers to heal the sick, cast out demons, and perform miracles. And many of those who were possessed by unclean spirits were cured. So, you see, Jesus’ message is very powerful.