The crunching was all gone and she was moving her shoulder and she was all excited.Then I go home and I’m like, “I wonder if this actually stuck.He would poke her on the hand – “Can you feel that?” “No, can’t feel that.” He’d pray some more and ask, “Can you feel that? ” So he would pray some more and at the end of 20 minutes, all the feeling was back in her left arm.Perry Marshall, I am so excited to tell you, they are telling everybody they can’t wait for you to come back! ” Now, I’ve got to cover 10 of these things in 50 minutes, which is kind of insane, so I don’t have time to go any more.The church that I attend, a Vineyard Church, we practice this. I have a few friends who actually go to the emergency room every Tuesday night and they pray for people, and trippy stuff happens sometimes. You know a lot of the people talk about Christians living by faith.
She had an indentation in her head from the surgery.
She had been having seizures ever since the surgery and she had no feeling in her left arm. So Jeremy’s like, “Okay, Perry, start praising God, start praying for this lady!
” I’m like, “Okay, me Robin, you Batman, I’ll do whatever you tell me to do,” and we started praying.
He’s in China for a couple of years and he basically turned into an agnostic and came within spitting distance of becoming an atheist, which really shook me up. “There is no scientific evidence whatsoever of any miracles ever actually occurring.” And I’m like, “Uh…let me ask my sales manager and get back to you.” I hate it when people ask ‘elephant in the room’ questions.
Bryan is a very smart guy, and one of the questions that he asked was this. I know Greek, I know Hebrew, I know Aramaic, and when I read the New Testament I do not see any reason whatsoever from the text why we should not have miracles today. Now, if you’ve been in any strand of Christianity for any length of time, you will encounter miracle stories.