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However, when Augustine reluctantly laid hands on the sick relative of a close friend, the man was instantly healed. In his book, Retractions, Augustine later wrote that he'd been wrong in assuming that God no longer worked through healing and miracles.
Computational fluid dynamic (CFD) modeling was applied to aid in predicting the temperature necessary to induce healing and the types of cracks that could be healed in castings with liquid healing agents.
I believe that this healing service will really touch the heart of the people and I believe through this people will be healed spiritually, physically and mentally also," said Kitoshi, local resident in Kohima.
Repeatedly, God is shown to be sovereign over restoration and healing, and over sickness and death as evidenced in Genesis 20:17, "Abraham prayed to God; and God healed Abimelech." Later, God has Israel recite the curses for failing to follow God's commands, "The LORD will smite you with the boils of Egypt, and with the ulcers and the scurvy and the itch, of which you cannot be healed" (Deuteronomy 28:27-8).
"It is like the story in the Bible when Jesus healed ten lepers," he says.
As her participants healed they became more aware of their own power which was experienced as a #manifestation of a higher frequency pattern".
While the initial strength of Bond's composites was lower than that of traditional carbon-fibre composite, its (healed) post-impact strength was greater.
There are two stories in Luke about lepers who are healed by Jesus: a leprous individual at 5:12-16 and the ten lepers at 17:11-19.
Instead of praying for the sick to be healed, Kuhlman taught that people could be healed in their seats under the ministration of the Holy Spirit.
She has not been healed. Why a healing in our house while she is not healed?
"If an athlete goes back to playing before the bone is healed, he's at risk for more injury, which may prolong healing," says Dahm.
This may explain why in religious healing sceptics cannot be healed, for they do not share in the same assumptive world of the healer.