Archive for December, 2009

Men of Miracles – Part One

According to the Apostle Mark, a ruler of the synagogue by the name of Jairus approached Jesus in the hope that he might be able to heal his twelve year-old daughter who was critically ill. Before Jesus could reach the child, however, friends came to Jairus to say that his daughter was dead. Undeterred by […]

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The Power of Prayer – Part Five

The essence of prayer is its abilty to evoke a response to a predicament in life that is exquisitely tailored to the needs of that situation. Yet this response invariably defies scientific analysis and scientists are quite unable to explain it. They are left with little more than equivocation and rationalisation, designed to dismiss the response as something […]

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The Power of Prayer – Part Four

Jesus taught that prayer is a powerful ally to those who use it. Even if they lack the necessary power to change the circumstances of their lives, ordinary people can still achieve “miraculous” effects as long as they have the necessary faith that a Higher Power can assist them in times of need.  Like many […]

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The Power Of Prayer – Part Three

What makes the results of true prayer seem so miraculous is that they clearly violate the so-called “laws of science”, and scientists themselves are unable to explain them, other than to dismiss these tales as fraudulent or the product of unsound minds. Here are two further examples. Both of them involve railway carriages and both of […]

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