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What does the Bible say about healing prayers?

by Nitin Kumar Digital Marketing Company


The Bible tells us to pray for healing from God and we will be blessed with health and strength to overcome whatever pain we face. May we seek healing from God whenever sick or depressed and know that He will comfort our mind, body, and spirit. 

If you have a family member or a dear friend who has a chronic ailment or suffering silently and showing signs of mental illness or trauma, you start wondering how to reach out to the person. The person might have access to the best medical remedies available yet show no remarkable signs of improvement. In such trying circumstances, we can turn to God for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. We can come to our heavenly father and ask him to heal us because he wants us to be whole. He wants us to be whole, not just in our spirit and soul but also in our bodies. Remember, the big idea of the Bible is to re-establish the Garden of Eden, to take us back to the way we were, and Adam and Eve they didn't struggle with bursitis or spinal issues or crick in the neck. So wherever there is a sickness, there is an opportunity for God to display his glory. 

An online healing prayer request to the Holy Land can go a long way to relieve pain and suffering. Read on to know more about the holy sites where you can send a prayer request. The Salvation Garden is the most reliable and sincere international prayer organization in Jerusalem. They virtually open the gates to you and Christians around the world, giving you direct access to the holy sites in Jerusalem. You can submit prayer requests online on their website and have them hand-delivered to your chosen site of worship in the Holy Land.


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About Nitin Kumar Advanced   Digital Marketing Company

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Created on Jul 13th 2021 13:19. Viewed 83 times.

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