so you have NO proof either,just hearsay ie BS<quoted text>
Do you doubt miracles exist today? Only God can work true miracles. Only God can take a hopeless cripple, deformed, who could not straighen up, and was near death, and heal them instantly. Only the Lord Jesus Christ can speak to people, today, if He desires, in their Spirit, and do exactly what He tells them he will do. Why are more people not actually healed, supernaturally, and as a direct supernatural miracle by a miracle working God? The answer is because of doubt.
I've heard the testimony of one lady healed in 1941, supernaturally, which sounds unbelieveable to skeptics, yet those who know their God believe it. The truth is, the whole town this lady lived in knew her story and testimony to be true. The doctors verified it, witnesses were present at the exact moment of her healing. She had told them the day and hour the Lord told her, in her spirit, they she would be healed. It came to pass, exactly as He had said, as His promises never fail.
The newspapers in 1941 published the account of her medical condition, as hopelessly crippled, not able to stand or straighten up, as did witnesses who were present at the time of the healing.
Miracles still happen, although not all are healed. The greatest miracle is the healing of a sin sick soul, bound for eternal separation from God. One can go to heaven with a sick body, but not with a sick soul, in need of spiritual healing.
The Betty Baxter story has been read by millions, heard by millions, as she presented it herself, after her miraculous healing. It's documented, recorded, and cannot be proven false, as a whole town who knew the lady, including the medical profession, who verifies the account, as written.
If God never performed another miracle, He'd still be Lord of all and His Word would still be true. Doubt slanders every promise in the word of God, for the skeptic. Yet, there are many other believers, today, who can testify of the Almighty, in layman's terms, and of his miraculous power that no one can deny, as has been shown in this century.
Yes, claims that require miracles, supernatural events, or invisible deities have been seen, verified as true, and reveal truth as to the God of Christianity. Try disputing the miracle of the story of Betty Baxter.
next time you see a Miracle take a Video