Creative Miracles: Limbs are being restored!

OK… what do you think?

Fingers growing back?

Does this stuff really happen?

Do I have too little of faith?

Am I too skeptical?

Why do all these miracles happen under ministries that, quite frankly, give me the heebie jeebies?

Am I alone on this?


HT:  Christian Nightmares


  • Rod September 6, 2012 Reply

    Soooo…God stopped working when people praying got interrupted??? God couldn’t finish the work on His own??? Ummmm, call me a skeptic!

  • willadair September 6, 2012 Reply

    Without before and after pictures then I’m calling

  • John BurtonJohn Burton September 6, 2012 Reply

    I’m actually more concerned with the state of the church if biblically normal stuff like healings aren’t taking place.

  • dave September 6, 2012 Reply

    Y u no show video? Y you only talk?

  • A Medrano September 6, 2012 Reply

    I’ve been raised in and served in charismatic/Pentecostal churches my whole life. I’ve heard these reports my whole life. But, I hate to say it, I’ve never seen it. People are always reporting that they got healed or seen someone miraculously healed, like physical stuff. Maybe I’ve never seen this stuff because I don’t have much faith? I don’t know. And it seems that no one is ever around to record such events. Why? Maybe it’s because God chooses to heal when it’s not being recorded and only in the presence of the faithful. ? I don’t know. I guess I’m just too critical.

    God, help my unbelief!

    • Elbee September 8, 2012 Reply

      It’s a lot like the Bigfoot sightings – somehow it seems that everyone ran out of film, or the battery died, or the camera was out of focus, or…

    • Bill Gray January 16, 2013 Reply

      Mr. Medrano, there is nothing wrong with you. I can’t recall the bible verse, but there is a verse that says in effect that blessed are the people who believe without having to see a sign. That is me paraphrasing whatever that verse was. If you are trusting in Jesus Christ alone for your salvation, then that is what saves you. He’ll have a mansion awaiting you…specifically constructed for you.
      A preacher had me sit in a chair and my right leg appx. 1/2 ” longer.

  • Fred September 7, 2012 Reply

    My favorites are the missionaries who create missing body parts and raise the dead on a regular basis in Mexico (according to them), but can’t do anything visable anywhere else in the world because no one else has faith like the Mexicans. When people go down for short term mission trips all they see is people falling out under the “power.”

  • Dave Telling September 10, 2012 Reply

    I have also been part of a charismatic (Assembly of God) church for many years, and despite the best efforts of traveling evangelists and healers, have never seen what I would consider a miracle – i.e. some event that had no other rational explanation. I, too, always hear about these kinds of things happening “somewhere else”, and my son recently died of cancer, despite being prayed for by many, many people, some of whom claimed to have prayed and received miraculous results. I find it very hard to reconcile Biblical passages which pretty clearly say that if you really have faith, even as small an amount as a grain of mustard seed, you will see miracles. I am forced to deduce from this that either none of really have much faith at all, or there is something very fundamental that we are missing in these apparently clear promises. We are told that the passage “” is better translated, “keep on asking…keep on seeking…keep on knocking” which we were doing up to the point our son took his last breath. Apparently, it wasn’t enough. I so much want to understand what is goi gon here, but God seems to be doing a “Job” on us – i.e. “Who are you to question me? What universe did YOU create?” kind of thing.

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