Wednesday, July 12, 2006

What the h*%l

"Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in ME, the works that I do, he will do also; AND greater works than these he WILL do; because I go to the Father" (NASB)
John 14:12

So, I have a friend dying of cancer. I want her to be healed. Jesus says anyone who believes can do the works he does (and greater) - which includes healing.

So, my issue is, when I pray for healing of my friend she is not healed.

I believe in Jesus and I know that what he says is true.

My friend still has cancer. She has a husband and a son with Downs Syndrome. I want her to be healed. My faith says God can do this, he wants to, he is willing to and he is able to. The Bible says I should be able to do this and I can't. I don't want platitudes here... Particularly regarding my faith and the strength of my prayers. I don't need that.

I want Jesus to intervene miraculously and heal my friend. Period. End of story.


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Anonymous said...

so now she is clear of the cancer from anywhere else in her body - perhaps your prayer has more power than you think - by the way add me to your list - I want to be thin - does it work that way...MW

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