Do You Believe in Miracles?

Jesus Has Not Stopped Healing Souls Every Day

For centuries, leprosy was highly contagious and considered a divine punishment or a sinister disease. The patient was forced to live in reclusion and condemned to die alone. But a leper showed extraordinary courage when he saw the Lord Jesus.

He approached with faith and said: “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.” (Luke 5.12)

Jesus soon did what no one else could do: He listened to him, stretched out His hand, touched him and healed him.

The Holy Bible is filled with reliable accounts describing countless miracles. However, when we close the Bible, these miracles do not cease. They continue to happen successively through sincere, practical, and bold faith.

God is a God who heals. He did it in the past and today and always will because He doesn’t change.

The miracles produced through faith arise in the face of problems, including those related to the cure of illnesses.

Intelligent faith recognizes the role of medicine, which God inspires to heal, save and create vaccines and treatments. Still, medicine also has limits, and the power of faith begins at the limit of medicine.

Whatever the miracle, the common denominator among them is this expressed faith in God through the Name of the Lord Jesus, which makes the impossible possible. He is the only one with the power to accept the rejected, heal the incurable and turn hopeless cases into testimonies.

If you believe in miracles and are in need of one, join us for the Come & See Event on Good Friday on 7th of April.


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