Sharp About Your Prayers

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October 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Faith and the City

This week I am working on a sermon entitled “SPIT.”

In John, Chapter 9, Christ spits on the ground and uses the resulting mud to spackle the eyes of a man who has been blind from birth.

When the man washes the mud off, he can see.

It is a miracle!

And that, my friends, is something of a challenge for us…

At multiple points in the Gospels, Jesus commands the disciples to heal people.  Note:  He does not say, “Pray for people who are sick.”  He actually instructs them to “heal the sick of every illness and disease.”

That seems pretty intimidating…

So, I need your help.

Tell me stories…

Have you ever witnessed, or been a part of, healing the sick?

Please share.  You need not have used mud.  But if you did…

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