Mark 2:17 - On hearing this, Jesus said to them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call on the righteous, but sinners.”
The man introduced yesterday is named Luke. He has braces on his arms and around his neck, and walks with great difficulty. He was in a bad accident, and pretty beat up. The prayed and commanded his leg to grow in inch to match the other, for healing in his wrists, and for his pain to cease. God answered. The leg grew, his wrists, became healed, and his pain ceased. His neck brace is a result of cancer, and the reason Luke only has a couple years left to live. They prayed over his neck and commanded new muscles to grow. Luke moved his head around after, and realized the lumps in his neck were gone! His doctor checked him out later and gave him a clean bill of health, and weeks later Luke got his first job in 17 years. “Jesus heals the whole person.”
Thoughts: I fully believe accounts like this happen, but I’m always skeptical hearing about them. God knows no bounds, but people are dramatic liars starved for attention. When it comes to miracles, I need to know the past building up to the miracle as well as the change in the continuing present. I will always try to take confessed miracles as true though; if you are not confessing the truth, you are hurting yourself far more than me. Returning to the wedding, what could ever be better than God’s work? A wedding celebration is as good a time as any to celebrate our God and His blessings, His miracles. I hope and pray for God’s blessings on the couple’s selfless marriage.