Miracle


#1

I am asking for a miracle - that the Blesses Virgin intercede with Jesus to heal a painful hip. What troubles me is that I also believe one should accept what God sends you and even offer up the suffering you have been given either mentally or physically. Should I continue to pray for this miracle to happen. I believe miracles are possible.


#2

[quote=plant]I am asking for a miracle - that the Blesses Virgin intercede with Jesus to heal a painful hip. What troubles me is that I also believe one should accept what God sends you and even offer up the suffering you have been given either mentally or physically. Should I continue to pray for this miracle to happen. I believe miracles are possible.
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Sure, keep praying for a miracle, but until you are healed, unite your suffering to those on the Cross. Here’'s a great prayer when you are in need of a miracle. (keep praying to Jesus and Mary too!)

O HOLY SAINT ANTHONY, gentlest of Saints, your love for God and charity for His creatures made your worthy when on earth to possess miraculous powers. Miracles waited on your word, which you were ever ready to speak for those in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by this thought, I implore you to obtain to me … (Here mention your request.) The answer to my prayer may require a miracle; even so, you are the Saint of Miracles. O gentle and loving Saint Anthony, whose heart was ever full of human sympathy, whisper my petition into the ears of the sweet Infant Jesus, who loved to be folded in your arms, and the gratitude of my heart will ever by yours. Amen.


#3

Keep praying it works!

Last thanksgiving I had a relapse of an ailment I thought I’d never get again. I was devastated. I didn’t know how I’d get through it again. I didn’t know if I had the strength. I went to church every morning for a few weeks and prayed. I prayed at night at home.

I knew the pain, I knew it back. But then It subsided, and then the tests came back negative. But NO ONE will EVER convince me that it hadn’t returned. I am convinced that my prayers were answered. I sat in awe of what had happened.

Prayer works.


#4

Hey, I would deffinetly keep praying for a miracle of healing. The power of prayer is incredible. I’ve had many health situations at mearly the age of 15, I had to get surgery to break my tooth off of the jaw bone, because it was fused and would not budge. I prayed really hard for healing but I still needed the surgery, I was a little set back cause I didn’t recieve the healing. It wasn’t until after the surgery that i realized god had Spirtually healed me, and I was able to have the surgery and be stronger then i ever could have imaniged. Just remember not to put God’s mysterious and amazing ways of working, into a box. When we predict how God is going to work we tend to be dissapointed, when what he has planned can be SO Much better. I would deff keep praying for a miracle, but let God decide how he is going to give it to you, I gaurentee you that it will be better then what you have in mind, or maybe your exact prayers will be granted, its up to God!

I will pray for you
God Bless


#5

Yes, it’s important to keep praying.

It’s also important to remember that God’s ways are not our ways. The healing he provides to you may not be physical, but spiritual. It also may be physical in time, but we must leave it in His hands.

God will never do anything to harm our souls.


#6

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