Friday, February 02, 2007

Praise and Thanksgiving - Part Five

Shortly after my daughter's anointing for healing, the eye doctor called to suggest that she go to Shands Hospital in Gainesville for further testing and treatment, not knowing that she had experienced healing. We told the doctor about the experience, and he said he wanted to test her again, “just to be sure.”

The test was this morning. The doctor reports that her vision is now "within normal limits." In other words, she is healed! Unfortunately, this doctor played the skeptic, saying that the first tests had to be erroneous. He even discounted Amanda’s personal witness that she couldn’t see through most of that eye, the very reason we came to him in the first place. In not so many words, he called her a liar. Such unbelief is amazing!

Tell me, who is the blind one?

May God be praised!


pam halter said...

Jesus often said "he who has ears to hear, let him hear." I guess eyes are the same. We can "see" God and His miracles without spiritual eyes and only God can give them.

I'm thankful He still heals.

Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, Legossi told me about that...but we know, and more importantly, God knows. It's so awesome! I told everyone who had been praying for Legossi and they are praising God also :D

WayneThomasBatson said...

Ridiculous for folks to deny such a powerful healing. I don't understand how anyone in the medical field doesn't convert to Christianity in the first place. The intracacies of the human body--beyond words.

I wonder about the doctor who tried to explain it away...I wonder if maybe when he's all alone if he thinks about your daughter and your claims. Maybe it's a seed planted.

Clefspeare said...


You're right about doctors. They should believe in God's amazing power, especially an eye doctor! Whenever I think about the miracle of the eye, my jaw drops open in awe.