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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2020 3:06 pm  Doctor Jesus Reply with quote



Faithful Father, thank you that you hear and answer my prayers. The Bible says that, to those who ask, it will be given, to those who seek, it will be found and to those who knock, the door will be opened. Hear my prayer for a successful surgery. Give me assurance that I will be healed. May Christ dwell in my heart through faith so that I, being rooted and grounded in love, may have the strength to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge. May I be filled with all the fullness of God. Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen. https://connectusfund.org/21-short-powerful-prayers-for-surgery-to-go-well

Can we demonstrate that the "Faithful Father" (the mythological god Jehovah/Yahweh) is in any way ever involved in human medical procedures, or that Christ dwells in anyone's heart …?

Could this be dangerous superstition …?
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I don’t understand why you would be against praying for someone to be healed... in the realm of “what is right and wrong”, you are suggesting it’s wrong to do that??

If I was sick what would you do?

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Like people say: guns don't kill people, people kill people with guns.
You can also say: beliefs aren't good or bad, it's the people using the belief to support that action that's good or bad.


I think a belief that homosexuals, for example, should be killed is already bad whether it is "used" or not. While knives can be put to good and bad uses and so cannot in themselves to termed bad, we can already identify some beliefs as bad.

When someone calls Jews "God killers" the evil is already in that phraseology. We are some distance from Wilde's famous dictum:

“There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all.”

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Can we demonstrate that the "Faithful Father" (the mythological god Jehovah/Yahweh) is in any way ever involved in human medical procedures, or that Christ dwells in anyone's heart …?

Could this be dangerous superstition …?


It is dangerous if groups of people prefer to entrust their sick children to the medicinal mercies of God rather than qualified doctors. The use of spittle mixed with mud might well be an effective cure for blindness. I wonder how many have tried it through the Christian centuries.

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pfff... doctors?? What does a Doctor know that God does not? I went to a Doctor for treatment, and it is clear, they dont even know me, and they have no interest in me... Lest i be on my death bed, with them shoving tubes down my throat, they give not a care in the world for my well being...

What is a better way to die? I'd rather take a bullet for freedom

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And i absolutely hate what you people have made of Christ... Abhorrence... You shouldnt even utter the name of God... You curse the Man... who.. are... you?

You hate God...

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Can we demonstrate that the "Faithful Father" (the mythological god Jehovah/Yahweh) is in any way ever involved in human medical procedures, or that Christ dwells in anyone's heart …?

Could this be dangerous superstition …?


It is dangerous if groups of people prefer to entrust their sick children to the medicinal mercies of God rather than qualified doctors. The use of spittle mixed with mud might well be an effective cure for blindness. I wonder how many have tried it through the Christian centuries.





Umeka, aged twelve, had already been blind for eight years. Chinwendu, ten years old, had been blind for two years, and their seven-year-old brother, Chukwudi, had been blind for one year. Surrounded by the massive crowd, Regina cried out to God for a miracle for her children.When Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda started to pray for healing that night, they called out specific sicknesses. At one point, Reinhard boomed into the microphone, “Blind eyes, open, in Jesus’ Name!” Something immediately happened to the children, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfXGCw1wl4k

Not quite mud and spittle, but 3 blind Christians cured after the booming of Jesus' mighty name ...!

Whether it's booming or silent prayer, not a soul ever demonstrates that it's anything more than Christian superstition ...

In my experience.

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