Storytelling with Grant Everett, Katherine Liddle, and Mary Huttar
Do you believe in miracles? A nun is healed of crippling arthritis instantly; a man awakes from a coma after several years; a cancer patient goes through months of medical treatment to fight a life-threatening disease, and is now cancer free. Do you believe these events are the acts of God, or coincidence?
Peter and John went to the temple at the hour of prayer. Seeing a man crippled from birth, in Jesus’ name they heal him. He is so filled with joy he leaps and jumps about, praising God. Later, two other people are healed in Jesus’ name in the vicinity of Joppa. The Bible clearly presents these as miracles which vindicate and honor Jesus.
Sometimes Christians feel a little ambivalent about the possibility of miracles. How do we come to grips with prayers that end in miracles and prayers that do not? That’s this week’s topic of conversation. We owe it to ourselves to explore the mystery. Come hear these exciting stories told by our excellent storytellers!
To prepare read Acts 3:1-16, Acts 9:32-42, Isaiah 35:1-10
READ THE SERMON: The Power of Jesus Still Heals