For some reason I am being reminded of Shrek three where Hook goes, “We’re not your friends. You don’t belong here.” But joking aside, I’ll just say, “Hello.”
I was doing some research for my Bible Study and came across your most interesting website titled “Why Won’t God Heal Amputees”.
Well it’s nice to know that you think this site is interesting to visit.
I want to assure you that He does heal amputees.
Oh really? After all this time from many Christians before you who proclaimed that he does or doesn’t heal amputees?
I’ve read of two such cases with several eyewitnesses.
I may have to remind you that eyewitness is not evidence. Where are the evidence that your God does heal amputees?
I recommend you read the small little book called “The Wigglesworth Standard” about a man whom in the early 1900’s was used by God to heal a double-amputee. In the ‘90’s another person in Korea had their arm grow back in front of 200 witnesses during a worship service.
I don’t know if I will be able to find that book, but one thing for sure, that is more likely a fable unless there’s concrete evidence to back them up. If that is all you got, then I am sorely disappointed.
The problem is not that God can’t heal, it’s that we don’t BELIEVE He will.
So your God isn’t going to heal people simply because they didn’t believe he will? That’s like a doctor refusing to treat a patient because they didn’t believe that he will treat them.
Even the disciples of Jesus had a problem with this and they saw him walk on water and raise people from the dead! Read Mark 9:14-29 to understand the real problem. Here is a link to make it easier http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=mark%209:14-29&version=NLT
Let’s suppose that it’s true and that the Disciples didn’t believe, then according to you, Jesus wouldn’t have bothered to raise the dead or heal people or even walk on water. But what is the point of being a disciple if you didn’t believe? Unless I am mistaken of course. Also, considering that Jesus refused to prove the Pharisees that he is the son of God, it makes me wonder why that is?
God bless you!
I didn’t sneeze, so you didn’t need to say that.