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This is raw video footage of a miracle that just happened a few minutes ago (11/9/13) at the Christ for all Nations Gospel Campaign in Accra, Ghana.
A man stood before me trembling and overcome with emotion. He had a look of shock on his face. "My name is Mohammed," he said, and he proceeded to tell me his story. He had been deaf for almost two years. He was a Muslim and didn't even intend on coming tonight. He had just arrived in town from another city by train and ventured into the city center (Independence square -- where our campaign is being held). He could not understand anything that was going on so he lied down and went to sleep, and when he woke up, he could hear! I asked him if he knew who had healed him and he said it is "the messenger of the Almighty God...Jesus."
the name of the deity matters not!
reply to post by FlyersFan
The implication of that is that miracles can only be performed in the name of Christ.
Considering that 84% of the worlds population has faith, and only one third are Christian, why can't miracles be performed in the name off other deities, and achieve the same results?
edit on 11-11-2013 by andy06shake because: (no reason given)
Has any other deity promised healing?
Oh snap, allah doesn't heal, allah can't even speak, so nope, no healing in allah.
Oh snap, Krishna just reincarnates..no healing in Krishna.
Let's see, is there any other faith system that promises healing? Wait, science does, but it will cost you an arm and a leg.
Healing and miraculous healing, two different things. Hippocrates swore by Apollo and the gods to be a nice doctor, so maybe we can pray to Apollo and the gods? Wait, Apollo never said anyone can be healed. So nope, so far the only deity who actually promised miraculous healing was Yaweh.
Some believe that life is incomplete without taking a holy dip, or bath, in the Ganges. One Hindu pilgrim told a BBC News reporter that, “I am here to wash away my sins-the sins I accumulated in my life so that I can die as a pious soul.” (Jan. 15, 2007, BBC News). Many Hindu families keep a vial of Ganges water in their homes. This gives the family prestige. If anyone is dying in the home, they can drink from this vial of water. They believe that act will either cure them or cleanse their souls of all past sins. Sadly, the water is so badly polluted that it most likely speeds their death.
reply to post by WarminIndy
Well, technically in Malay ... Allah used to be the universal term for God used by both Catholics and Muslims. Then, the Muslims sued and got the Catholics banned from using it, and then a court overturned the ruling ...
So, depending on what part of the world you are in, you can, sometimes depending on legal ruling, use the word Allah for both the Muslim god and God.
I agree with you though that Allah never spoke directly to Mohammad. He always relayed stuff through the Archangel which led at one point to the Satanic verses incident.edit on 11-11-2013 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)
the name of the deity matters not!
Sure it does. Try a miraculous healing by calling upon Zeus and see if anything happens.
The only healings I know of have been through Jesus ... or through Mary or a saint going
through Jesus. I've never heard of a healing by Krishna or Zeus or Muhammad ....
If there are any out there ... let me know. But honestly, I've never heard of one.
And I'd think that's pretty important. It speaks to authenticity .... IMHO