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    11/05/2005 5:23:11 AM PST · by xzins · 6 replies · 164+ views
    Assist ^ | 3 Nov 05 | Jeremy Reynalds
    SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS (ANS) -- As a Christian parent, Dr. James Mahoney prays for his children when they are sick or hurt. In church, he prays and asks the Lord to heal sick friends. “So doesn't it make sense that when I walk into my medical practice each day, I should pray with my patients?” Mahoney wrote in a recent article. “And shouldn't the way I practice medicine give patients every opportunity to get well?” That notwithstanding, some Christian physicians and patients still have a hard time mixing their faith and their medical practice, Mahoney wrote. He added, “Since prayer costs...
  • Information from Deacon Gene: Is Homosexuality Curable?

    08/30/2005 4:27:46 PM PDT · by sionnsar · 11 replies · 785+ views
    Drell's Descants ^ | 8/30/2005 | Deacon Gene
    Doesn’t seem to addres lesbians but only male homosexuals; interesting nevertheless:Dear Friends, This is a list — not complete, but very good — on the social science journal articles that report that homosexuality is curable. Would that Frank Tracy Griswold would read some of these articles.Deacon Gene1930- Stekel publishes, “Is homosexuality curable?” (Psychoanalytic Review) 1952- Poe publishes, “The Successful Treatment of a 40-year Old Passive Homosexual” (Psychoanalytic Review) 1958- J.A. Hadfield publishes, “The Cure of Homosexuality” (British Medical Journal) 1959- Albert Ellis “A homosexual treated with rational psychotherapy” (Journal of Clinical Psychology) 1960-Christianity Today prints a roundtable discussion on “American’s...
  • 'There is Nothing You Cannot Be, Do, or Have'

    08/12/2005 12:52:18 PM PDT · by TBP · 6 replies · 525+ views ^ | Arthur Goldwag
    An AIDS patient writes a letter to the HIV virus, forgiving it for the harm it’s done him and thanking it for inspiring him to live a fuller life. A recovering alcoholic reminds herself to “let go and let God.” Parents pray to see their son as “the perfect child of God” rather than call a doctor to prescribe medication for his earache. A collective of incorporeal beings sends this message to a best-selling author: “There is nothing you cannot be, do, or have.” What do these people have in common? All of them are heirs of the religious philosophy...
  • Prayer Has Proven Power

    08/10/2005 8:30:38 AM PDT · by TBP · 7 replies · 253+ views
    I AM Spirit ^ | Spring 2005 | Judi Lee Taylor
    Because the universe is an energy system and has an inherent order, there is always a response to prayer. This is not belief, supposition, or simply wishful teaching. Prayer has been extensively studied and proven in double- and triple-blind studies. Prayer is energy, and has definite action observable in the external consensual world. There are numerous reference materials on this fascinating subject. Dr. Harold Koenig, an associate professor of medicine at Duke University and the country's leading authority on faith-and-medicine studies, performed academic research that shows that prayer has beneficial health effects, primarily for the person who does the praying....
  • Healing Power of Prayer Doubted in Patient Study

    07/17/2005 8:43:34 AM PDT · by Crackingham · 29 replies · 538+ views
    LA Times ^ | 7/16/05 | Brad Wible
    Prayers from distant congregations did not affect patients' recovery from coronary artery procedures, but bedside therapies using music and touch before surgery reduced stress and offered a slight advantage in survival, scientists reported Friday. The study, published in the Lancet medical journal, looked at 748 patients at nine U.S. medical centers. Patients were randomly chosen to receive off-site prayer, bedside therapy, both treatments or none. "This is a test of whether medicine can help people do what they've already been doing for thousands of years in virtually every culture in the world," said Dr. Mitchell W. Krucoff, a cardiologist at...
  • Prayer request:FReeper injured from bike crash(Vanity)

    07/03/2005 8:11:02 AM PDT · by Jackknife · 122 replies · 1,326+ views
    7-3-05 | jakkknife
    Fellow Freepers, I need your prayers. Living in the Atlanta suburbs, I use my mountain bike, along with public transportation, to commute to and from work. I use sidewalks to stay out of traffic, when it is convenient. I consider myself a pretty good rider, and wear my helmet all of the time (almost). Last Thursday, as I was on my way to the Lindbergh MARTA station, I made a manuever off of the sidewalk to go around two pedestrians. Upon my transition back onto the sidewalk, I made an error in approaching the curb (too parallel), my back tire...
  • Former actress works to overturn Roe vs Wade

    06/19/2005 12:45:32 PM PDT · by Coleus · 23 replies · 1,678+ views
    Spero News ^ | 06.06.05 | Matt C. Abbott
    Former actress works to overturn Roe vs Wade Spreads new evidence of the physical, emotional, and psychological damage to women who have experienced abortion   Monday, June 06, 2005 by Matt C. Abbott Caron Strong is a former actress who has appeared on TV and in film. She's the mother of a young daughter, Cayla, her pride and joy. Caron recently became the national director of mobilization for Operation Outcry: Silent No More (, an organization "working to overturn Roe v. Wade in light of new evidence of the physical, emotional, and psychological damage to women who have experienced...
  • Veterans Claim Help

    06/09/2005 3:51:31 PM PDT · by aft_lizard · 114 replies · 1,732+ views
    8 June 2005 | Chris H
    I am sorry to post a vanity. But FR has some of the greatest people on this planet, and we have many Veterans here. I have been battling depression ever since I got injured in Iraq. My can do's went to can nots. My injuries were broken knee, hip injured left knee, left shin, both hands,lower back and loss of consctiousness(sp?). I had been dealing well with it and the VA had prescribed me Paxil which only made me feel worse so I stopped taking it, per Doctors instructions. Last week on Thursday I had a total meltdown mentally, I...
  • International prayer research office created

    06/03/2005 11:05:55 PM PDT · by TBP · 3 replies · 211+ views
    Science & Theology News ^ | September 2004 | Michael Levitin
    BARCELONA, Spain — At the inauguration of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, one of the largest and oldest prayer ministries announced the opening of the Office of Prayer Research, a think tank dedicated to broadening our knowledge of the scientific effects of prayer. Members of the spiritual thought movement, Unity, stressed the importance and ambition of their new prayer center, located outside Kansas City, Mo. “Throughout history, when science and religion have come together, there has typically been more clash than collaboration,” Unity President Tom Zender said, adding that at the Office of Prayer Research, “men and women of...
  • Severely Injured Troops Relearn Living Skills (Pride comes forth. Tissues recommended)

    05/26/2005 5:04:28 PM PDT · by AZHua87 · 1 replies · 322+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | May 25, 2005 | rudi Williams
    WASHINGTON, May 25, 2005 – "It smells good in here already," a visitor to "Fort Independence" said as she walked into the kitchen where amputees sharpen their culinary skills at Walter Reed Army Medical Center here. Fort Independence is a mock apartment set up in the hospital's occupational-therapy department to train newly disabled patients how to cook, get around an apartment safely, clean, and other skills they need to relearn to live alone after being discharged from the hospital. What the visitor smelled was "my grandmother Fairbanks' pot roast recipe," said Marine Capt. Jonathan Kuniholm, who lost part of his...

    04/23/2005 10:38:19 AM PDT · by Quix · 1 replies · 118+ views
    Gathering In The Jewels Yolanda Ballard Apr 15, 2005 Extreme measures must be taken in order to bring about a restoration of heart. Many have been trying by their own strength to heal that which was wounded years past. I want you to know that the only way to bring about a healing is by listening to the still small voice in your heart and obeying Its direction. In order to listen you must be quiet and still and be able to rest in the assurance of knowing that it is I who has started a good work and that...
  • Fog...

    04/13/2005 6:04:03 AM PDT · by Just Kimberly · 10 replies · 269+ views
    Just Me - Everday ^ | 4-13-2005 | Just Kimberly
    Wednesday, April 13, 2005 Fog... At 6:30 a.m., on a cool Spring morning, I set out to take my youngest child to school. I say child as though he is still in fourth grade - but the truth is - more a young man, at the tender age of sixteen - now worrying about his driver's license and of course, a girl. I get him safely to school - after maneuvering through the foggy back roads of our home county - luckily I know every bump in the road, and the car sort of steers itself. He is busily talking...
  • Alleged Miracles Attributed to John Paul

    04/11/2005 4:36:04 PM PDT · by churchillbuff · 151 replies · 2,667+ views
    yahoo/AP ^ | Ap 11 05 | NICOLE WINFIELD,
    VATICAN CITY -- An American Jew cured of a brain tumor after attending Mass with Pope John Paul II. A Mexican boy stricken with leukemia who recovered after a papal kiss. Even a cardinal who regained his ability to speak after John Paul touched his throat. AP Photo AP Photo Slideshow: Pope John Paul II Italian newspapers have been rife with reports of alleged miracles attributed to Pope John Paul II, fueling speculation he may soon be put on the path to sainthood. Vatican rules, though, are clear: For a miracle to be considered in the saint-making process, it has...
  • Cardinal Marchisano Says Pope Healed Him

    04/11/2005 5:58:51 AM PDT · by NYer · 22 replies · 1,291+ views
    Zenit News Agency ^ | April 10, 2005
    VATICAN CITY, APRIL 10, 2005 ( A cardinal who worked closely with John Paul II says that he was once cured of a serious throat condition after the Pope prayed for him and touched the affected area. Cardinal Francesco Marchisano, archpriest of St. Peter's Basilica, revealed details of the incident on Saturday, the second day of the nine days of Masses celebrated for the Holy Father's eternal rest. The Italian cardinal, a friend of Karol Wojtyla's since 1962, spoke of his previously unpublicized healing during the Mass he celebrated in the basilica with Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz, the Pope's personal secretary....
  • Pope’s private secretary witness to “miracle”

    04/10/2005 1:51:12 PM PDT · by NYer · 80 replies · 3,284+ views
    Khaleej Times ^ | April 10, 2005
    VATICAN CITY - The private secretary of the late Pope John Paul II saw the pontiff perform what could be claimed as a miracle, one of the key stages to becoming a saint, Italy’s La Stampa newspaper reported Sunday.It quoted Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz as relating how an American who was seriously ill received communion from the pope, and was cured.The incident happened in 1998, but Dziwisz, who was John Paul II’s closest confidant for 40 years, spoke of the incident three years ago to reporters, who revealed it Sunday.According to the report, Dziwisz told how an acquaintance had asked him...
  • The Holy Father Performed a Miracle in Mexico in 1990

    04/07/2005 2:14:13 PM PDT · by Macoraba · 64 replies · 1,273+ views
    Pope John Paul II, while on a visit in Mexico in 1990, has reportedly healed a boy with cancer? The boy who was diagnosed with leukemia, was declared terminally ill by doctors. He is now 19 years old and is in good health. During the Pope's visit, his parents pushed themselves through the crowd and presented their then 3 year old son to the Pontiff's arms and asked the Pope to bless him. Then John Paul whispered something to the boy. To the doctors' surprise afterwards, he was now cured from the dreaded disease. The doctors attest to the miraculous...

    03/24/2005 4:14:32 AM PST · by Robert Drobot · 27 replies · 766+ views
    Self | 24 Mar 2005 | Robert Drobot
    Patron Saints of Desperate, Forgotten, Impossible or Lost Causes Saint Philomena Martyred at about age 14 in the early days of the Church. In 1802 the remains of a young woman were found in the catacomb of Saint Priscilla on the Via Salaria. It was covered by stones, the symbols on which indicated that the body was a martyr named Saint Philomena. The bones were exhumed, cataloged, and effectively forgotten since there was so little known about the person. In 1805 Canon Francis de Lucia of Mugnano, Italy was in the Treasury of the Rare Collection of Christian Antiquity (Treasury...
  • Hundreds Come To Cleveland For Hands-On Healing

    02/21/2005 12:44:33 PM PST · by missyme · 42 replies · 1,058+ views ^ | Feb 21st,2005
    CLEVELAND -- A team of Cleveland faith healers has achieved an astonishing rate of success in treating thousands of seriously ill people, NewsChannel5 reported. Many are calling these healings, miracles. It's a phenomenon that's even impressing Cleveland doctors. As Ted Henry reported, this word-of-mouth Catholic ministry has somehow managed to escape broad public attention, until now. Faith healers meet in churches all over Greater Cleveland, and on a recent Sunday morning the faith healing team was at St. Ignatius High School where there was standing room only. The hands-on healing service frequently runs nine hours. Even though it was not...
  • John Paul II's Secret

    02/12/2005 9:14:02 AM PST · by Salvation · 32 replies · 1,351+ views ^ | Not given | Antonio Gaspari
      JOHN PAUL II'S SECRET   What is the source of John Paul's strength and charisma? Contemplative prayer and the Mass, says the man who was his private secretary from 1988 to 1996 by Antonio Gaspari John Paul II's emotional impact on those around him can be profound. Those who meet with him or listen to his words often are deeply moved, even breaking into tears. This was apparent during his recent pastoral visit to France. It was apparent in Denver, Colorado, in 1993, for World Youth Day. It was apparent in Manila in January 1995 when 5 million...
  • Primetime Live tonight to show "John of God"

    02/10/2005 1:20:31 PM PST · by missyme · 10 replies · 907+ views
    Religion News ^ | Feb 10th,2005
    For more than 30 years, millions of desperate people from around the world -- the sick, the crippled, the terminally ill -- have made a pilgrimage to the remote high plateaus of central Brazil in search of a cure. They travel to see a man who is said to have miraculous healing powers and can supposedly perform surgeries without pain or even anesthesia. His acolytes call him "Joao de Deus" or "John of God." In an hour-long report, "Primetime Live" co-anchor John Quinones travels to Brazil to find out whether these incredible stories can possibly be true, whether "John of...
  • Prayer request - My Mom is in the hospital with congestive heart failure

    02/04/2005 9:25:56 AM PST · by macbee · 88 replies · 1,061+ views
    2/4/05 | me
    My Mom is 84 and was just admitted to the hospital on Wednesday with congestive heart failure. They did an echocardiogram and she shows damage to at least one and maybe two valves. Diagnosis would require more and rather intrusive testing which would have its own side effects and would likely require analgesia and anesthesia. Medically, however, they have gone about as far as they can go to assist the heart in its work. If she is to improve, she would need surgery on the valves, which would also have significant side effects.
  • Richard Gere: "Saddam Hussein and Us, We Are Not Separate" (AARP)

    02/02/2005 7:17:59 AM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 87 replies · 2,567+ views
    MRC ^ | Wednesday February 2, 2005 | BrentBaker, Brian Boyd
    Asked on CBS's Early Show to explain "Healing the Divide," actor Richard Gere bafflingly replied that "the world is a symbolic representation." Gere incomprehensibly elaborated about the group he supports: "You and I are not separate. The Iraqis and us are not separate. Even Saddam Hussein and us, we are not separate. We're all in this together. All deeply connected. And when we can start bridging that divide -- the primitive, ignorant divide of that -- then wars go away. All wars go away." No mention of bringing democracies to nations, a proven way to avoid wars. In a graphic,...
  • To the Afflicted (And Broken hearted)

    01/30/2005 6:38:45 PM PST · by xzins · 17 replies · 296+ views
    To the Afflicted If I were to ask this audience what Christ came into this world for, every one of you would say to save sinners, and then you would stop. A great many think that is all Christ came to do - to save sinners. Now, we are told that He came, to be sure, to "seek and save that which was lost"; but then He came to do more. He came to heal the broken hearted. In that eighteenth verse of the fourth chapter of Luke, which I read to you last night, He said that the Spirit...
  • Faith Healing & The Sovereignty of God

    01/25/2005 8:54:53 AM PST · by Gamecock · 215 replies · 1,755+ views
    Modern Reformation Magazin ^ | 1998 | C. Everett Koop
    I don't know how many operations I performed in my surgical career. I know that I performed 17,000 of one particular type, and 7,000 of another. I practiced surgery for thirty-nine years, so perhaps I performed 50,000 operations. I was successful, and patients were coming to me from all over the world. And one of the things that endeared me to the parents of my patients was the way my incisions healed. No one likes big scars, but they are especially upsetting to mothers when they appear on their children. So I set out early on to make my...
  • Hinn healing: The plot thickens

    01/24/2005 10:20:39 PM PST · by Gengis Khan · 187 replies · 3,561+ views
    The Times of India ^ | MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2005 11:10:25 PM | SMITHA RAO & HEMALI CHHAPIA
    BANGALORE: For three days now, the city has groaned under the weight of the Benny Hinn show. Many of the apparently healed have justified the need for the mega event despite the multitude of problems. But the jury is still out on whether Hinn is a fraud or someone with connections to the Lord. Questions on people's minds regarding Hinn's healing methods and utterances indicate that all may not have been above board. Sample these: Why were only those cured allowed on stage? Colonel Samuel (retd) suffers from immobility of the right side of his body. Hoping for a miracle,...
  • Gregoire: 'Healing to be done'

    01/07/2005 3:04:26 PM PST · by Josef1235 · 45 replies · 1,391+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 7 January 2005 | David Ammons
    Friday, January 7, 2005 · Last updated 2:34 p.m. PT Gregoire: 'Healing to be done' By DAVID AMMONS AP POLITICAL WRITER OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Gov.-elect Christine Gregoire on Friday pledged to tour the state to begin a healing process after an election that deeply divided voters and the political parties. "It's my job to help the state of Washington heal," she told a Capitol news conference called primarily to introduce an initial round of key appointees. She is keeping outgoing Gov. Gary Locke's chief of staff, Tom Fitzsimmons, for at least six months and his budget director, Marty Brown, will...
  • KERRY: 'I'm Going to Learn' - First, the blame. Then, the healing

    01/02/2005 3:16:23 PM PST · by crushelits · 73 replies · 1,949+ views ^ | Jan. 10, 2005 - issue | Evan Thomas
    First, the blame. Then, the healing. In a new book, NEWSWEEK talks exclusively with John Kerry about why he lost—and looks at his plans for another run. It was a little after 7 p.m. on election night 2004. The network exit polls showed John Kerry leading George Bush in both Florida and Ohio by three points. Kerry's aides were confident that the Democratic candidate would carry these key swings states; Bush had not broken 48 percent in Kerry's recent tracking polls. The aides were a little hesitant to interrupt Kerry as he was fielding satellite TV interviews in a...
  • Democracy demands division

    12/03/2004 8:43:01 PM PST · by Americalover · 14 replies · 233+ views
    Last Sunday the priest at my church gave the sermon of a lifetime, and it has stayed with me all week, likely much longer. I brushed on it in another thread but would like to open a general discussion regarding the issue. The essence of his point was that Christ's message was to forgive, but we have lost that lately, this has infected us most notably politically. Within America families are divided about politics, behaviors that would have been shunned even five years ago are ordinary, social order is threatened. He said that democracy requires a fierce opposition to be...
  • God Said It, That Settles It

    11/10/2004 9:43:40 PM PST · by Southern Sounder · 30 replies · 550+ views
    Increasin Faith ^ | 11/10/2004 | Southern Sounder
    If my life does not match up with what God's Word says about my life, the problem is not God's Word. The problem is me. For generations now the church has been systematically molding and shaping scripture to fit the experiences of man. We no longer look to God's Word as our absolute source of truth, but rather we look to our life experiences and put our faith in these, and then make God's Word fit these experiences. Let me give you an example. All through scripture we read of God as a healer of the physically infirmed. He is...
  • Iowahawk: Healings, Whoa-whoa-whoa, Healings

    11/08/2004 10:58:26 AM PST · by IowaHawk · 7 replies · 491+ views
    Iowahawk blog | 11/7/04 | David Burge
    Five days and counting, and our long awaited national healing is still having trouble gaining traction (hat tips: Blair, Ace, LGF, Treach). In the fervent hope that they will help our progressive fellow citizens find the will to endure another Bush dystopia, here is a fresh batch of "healies." Previous reasons to be cheerful can be found here and here). Bush may have won the Wal Mart vote, but you mopped up at Whole Foods and Dean & Deluca. In the next election, you can win back the hearts and minds of swing shoppers with money-saving store specials on organic...
  • The Main Reason we should vote for Kerry/Edwards

    10/13/2004 7:33:11 AM PDT · by Roger from TI · 19 replies · 1,827+ views
    Me ^ | 10/13/04 | Me Ha,Ha!
  • Silent No More

    09/14/2004 5:27:29 PM PDT · by Jeff Chandler · 183+ views
    Virtue Media ^ | Sept.14, 2004 | Tom Peterson
    Available October 15, 2004, VirtueMedia's newest film commercials, produced in partnership with the Silent No More Awareness campaign. Version will be available in :60 second and :30 second formats for television, and as a :60 radio ad.
  • Albanian (Muslim) child healed by prayer of Christian priests

    08/20/2004 1:00:32 AM PDT · by Nennsy · 9 replies · 494+ views
    Glas javnosti | Aug 18th 2004 | Petar Pasic
    August 18, 2004 ERP KIM Newsletter 18-08-04Glas Javnosti daily, Belgrade, August 12, 2004Child healed by prayer A few hours after keeping vigil over the sarcophagus of Holy King Stefan of Decani, a nine year-old Albanian girl seriously ill with depression was completely healed by Petar PasicThe miraculous recovery of an ailing Albanian child has taken place in the monastery of Visoki Decani, one of the greatest Serbian holy shrines. This unusual event, which has nevertheless occurred countless times during the monastery's long history, was described for us by Fr. Sava (Janjic), the deputy abbot of Decani Monastery.Medication didn't help"Today our...
  • Faith heals, but can't answer 'Why?' (Charley)

    08/18/2004 11:36:39 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 6 replies · 377+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | August 19, 2004 | ROBERT STEINBACK
    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- It isn't among the first questions you ask after a disaster bulldozes your life; it comes after, ''Are my loved ones safe?'' ''How bad is the damage?'' and ''Is help on the way?'' But it might be the most difficult to answer: Why? Why, one asks, did this catastrophe happen to me? Hurricane Charley didn't have to stomp on Charlotte County like a celestial boot, prying off roofs, uprooting trees, smashing windows and gouging out homes as if with a cosmic trowel -- but it did. What, one asks, did I do to deserve having my...
  • Prayer Heals, But Doctors Don't Know Why

    08/02/2004 10:41:48 PM PDT · by TBP · 5 replies · 278+ views
    Unknown Country ^ | July 28, 2004 | Whitley Streiber
    Does prayer really help heal? Medical researchers investigated the role played by prayer in both physical and emotional healing. The results? Prayer can help—but only if you believe it can. Researcher Randall Fitzgerald writes in Phenomena Magazine that prayer studies in the past have produced mixed results. In this new study from the University of Texas Health Science Center, 86 male and female patients were assigned to either be prayed for or to non-prayer control groups. Two-thirds of them were church members, and each one filled out a questionnaire about how much they believed prayer could heal. Eight volunteers from...

    07/09/2004 11:29:58 AM PDT · by TBP · 43 replies · 573+ views
    Religion News Service ^ | July 8, 2004 | INTA
    From Sunday, July 18 to Friday, July 23, 2004, the 89th International New Thought Alliance (INTA) Congress will be held at Sheraton Premiere Tysons Corner, Vienna, VA. This year's theme is "The Power of One: Coming Together as Love." INTA Congress programs on prosperity, healing and interfaith will include individuals from all New Thought movements coming together for dialogue, support and growth. Highlights include spiritual leaders Mary Tumpkin, Walter Starcke, and best-selling author Iyanla VanZant among many others, along with outstanding local and national musicians and an interfaith service. Highlights include an Interfaith Service on Sunday July 18th and a...
  • Unity Launches `Office of Prayer Research' Linking Science, Faith

    07/09/2004 11:13:28 AM PDT · by TBP · 4 replies · 156+ views
    Religion News Service ^ | July 9, 2004 | Adele M. Banks
    Unity Launches `Office of Prayer Research' Linking Science, Faith (RNS) Unity, an interdenominational organization known for its emphasis on prayer, has announced a new Office of Prayer Research that will be a resource to foster scientific research on the effects of prayer.
  • The Incredible Power of Choice

    06/16/2004 11:30:17 AM PDT · by Frapster · 29 replies · 152+ views
    Today Series | 6-15-04 | Jeff Floyd
    The Incredible Power of Choice “I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. So choose life in order that you may live, you and your descendants, by loving the Lord your God, by obeying His voice, and by holding fast to Him; for this is your life and the length of your days, that you may live in the land which the Lord swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, to give them” (Deuteronomy 30:19-20 NAS).After spending the greater part of my...
  • Update on Hubby

    06/13/2004 6:00:43 PM PDT · by ETERNAL WARMING · 43 replies · 543+ views
    NA ^ | Jun 13, 2004 | EW
    Hi Everybody! I'm late in updating you but things have been hectic around this house as you can well imagine. Norman is home with me and doing very well. I'm not sure when I updated you last, so if some of is a repeat, just skip over. Norman had another dream in the Nursing Home. In his sleep, he heard a loud voice say: Rise and be healed in the name of Jesus. It was so startling, it woke him from a sound sleep. He started breathing better. He went from 16 liters of oxygen to 14, the next day...
  • Dial 1-800 FORGIVENESS? Hot line offers callers sense of redemption

    06/03/2004 7:26:23 AM PDT · by the_devils_advocate_666 · 3 replies · 256+ views
    The Dominion Post ^ | June 3, 2004 | AP
    NEW YORK (AP) -- One sad voice says ''I'm sorry I was ever born.'' Another says he's sorry for turning his back on true love. Another confesses to an affair. These are the callers to the apology hot line, a college student's effort to offer solace to troubled souls. Critics worry the line might help people avoid the face-to-face closure needed for true healing. ''You might get something off your chest, but how really honest is that to the person you're trying to apologize to?'' asked Kevin Irwin, a Catholic University of America theology professor. The hot line's creator, 20-year-old...
  • Update on Hubby..Guess what?! I'm bringing him home!!!!

    04/19/2004 6:12:55 PM PDT · by ETERNAL WARMING · 61 replies · 143+ views
    na ^ | April 18, 2004 | na
    Update on Hubby..Guess what?! I'm bringing him home!!! I went over to the nursing home today to take Norman his noontime power drink and had some very good news awaiting me! I can bring Norman home on Friday! I can't believe it! His breathing has improved so much, he's gone from 16 liters of oxygen and today is down to 2! 2! Unbelievable! His doctor said that his latest xray revealed even more improvement. When asked what that meant, he said he'd rather not comment until Norman has another CATScan! I'm beginning to wonder if not only have his lungs...
  • HAPPY EASTER FREEPERS! Update on Hubby...a celebration of HIM

    04/10/2004 10:55:12 PM PDT · by ETERNAL WARMING · 23 replies · 207+ views
    Me ^ | April 11, 2004 | Me
    Title: HAPPY EASTER FREEPERS! Update on Hubby...a celebration of HIM It is with gratitude and love, I tell you of the miracle that is my man. My husband has been improving so much, I'll be able to bring him home to me where he belongs in two weeks time. To say that I am grateful, is an understatement. I thank the Lord this Easter time. I honor Him and praise Him for this miracle and affirmation of His abundant love for me. Norman was dying, yet he now lives, thanks be to the prayers and comfort of the believers! The...
  • Easter TV Special Documents Stories of ‘Miracles’ and Changed Lives from “The Passion”

    04/03/2004 1:11:37 AM PST · by miraclesofthepassion · 1 replies · 577+ views ^ | April 2, 2004 | Anne P, Sharp
    LOS ANGELES, April 2, 2004—Jody Eldred Productions today announced it has just completed filming and is in the final stages of production on an inspirational documentary called, “Changed Lives: Miracles of The Passion,” which will air nationwide Easter weekend. With rave reviews from Diane Sawyer on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and Joe Scarborough on MSNBC’s “Scarborough Country,” this one-hour T.V. special was shot in High Definition and documents the true stories of people whose lives have been forever changed by Mel Gibson’s incredible motion picture “The Passion of The Christ.” “I knew instantly that people’s lives were going to be...
  • Biblical Compassion vs. Liberal "Compassion"

    04/02/2004 11:22:16 AM PST · by TBP · 31 replies · 217+ views
    The Bible, and a speech | Long ago, yet very recently | TBP
    I was out at an event the other night and I heard an interesting story. It comes from Acts. At one point, Peter and John (whose names stand for faith and love) were going to the Temple. There was a man in the community who had been lame from birth. Keep that in mind -- he was lame from birth. Now, every day this man was carried to the Temple and was laid outside the gate to beg for money while his family went inside to worship. Well, here come Peter and John, and the man asked them for money....
  • Biblical Compassion vs. Liberal "Compassion"

    04/02/2004 8:59:52 AM PST · by TBP · 4 replies · 168+ views
    The Bible, and a speech | Long ago, yet recently | TBP
    I was out at an event the other night and I heard an interesting story. It comes from Acts. At one point, Peter and John (whose names stand for faith and love) were going to the Temple. There was a man in the community who had been lame from birth. Keep that in mind -- he was lame from birth. Now, every day this man was carried to the Temple and was laid outside the gate to beg for money while his family went inside to worship. Well, here come Peter and John, and the man asked them for money....
  • Healing Hydrogel

    03/31/2004 5:11:47 PM PST · by PeaceBeWithYou · 8 replies · 155+ views ^ | 29 March 2004 | Phil Sneiderman
    Researchers at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland have created a new class of artificial proteins that can assemble themselves into a gel and encourage the growth of selected cell types. This biomaterial, which can be tailored to send different biological signals to cells, is expected to help scientists who are developing new ways to repair injured or diseased body parts. "We're trying to give an important new tool to tissue engineers to help them do their work more quickly and efficiently," said James L. Harden, whose lab team developed the new biomaterial. "We're the first to produce a self-assembling protein...
  • IRAQ OIL: Mother OF All Scandals: List of all Business Deals

    01/30/2004 3:06:20 PM PST · by PureSolace · 23 replies · 1,958+ views
    Healing Iraq ^ | 1/29/2004 07:47:23 PM | zeyad
    Oil Coupons Numbers next to names are in crude oil barrels. Algiers: 1-Abdul Majid Al-Attar/ 6 million 2-Abdul Kadir bin Musa/ 6 million Austria: 1-Hans Kugler/ 3 million 2-Arabian Austrian Association/ 1 million Bahrain: 1-Kadhim Al-Darazi institute/ 2 million 2-Ali Al-Muslim institute/ 3 million 3-Concrete contracting Co./ 2 million Bangladesh: 1-Mawlana Abdul Mannan/ 43.2 million Belarus: 1-Liberal party/ 6 million 2-Belarussian Communist party/ 7 tons 3-Belminal Co./ 14.2 million 4-Belfarm/ 4 million 5-Presidential office secretary/ 6 million 6-Lada Co./ 2 million Brazil: 1-Fuad Sarhan/ 10 million 2-8th of October Movement/ 4.5 million Britain: 1-George Gallaway/Fawaz Rzeiqat/ 19 million 2-Mujahiden-e Khalq/...
  • Rev. Rice rebels against today's material world (Joyce Meyer Ministry and others pulled off air)

    01/26/2004 3:44:47 PM PST · by Terriergal · 53 replies · 904+ views
    St Louis Post-Dispatch ^ | 01/15/2004 | Sylvester Brown, Jr.
    <p>"Life in the Word does not mean life in the streets."</p> <p>These words were plastered on signs carried by homeless women outside the Edward Jones Dome in late October. Inside, TV evangelist Joyce Meyer held her International Women's Convention.</p> <p>Perhaps the homeless need to pick their venues more carefully. More than 15,000 women were expected to attend the three-day event. They spent big bucks, dressed up in fancy duds, and came downtown for an evening of spiritual uplift. Being confronted by the homeless must be a bit of a downer. The Rev. Larry Rice said he heard that Meyer's security officers had hustled the homeless women out of the area.</p>
  • The Sermon by the Sea

    01/09/2004 9:00:50 PM PST · by TBP · 20 replies · 785+ views
    Religious Science (Science of Mind) | 1959 | Dr. Ernest Holmes
    In his final "Sermon By the Sea" given in 1959 at Asilomar, California, Ernest Holmes shared with us his vision of the outcome of global well-being, the human species and Earth transformed by the consciousness that he had articulated as Science of Mind. His Sermon is a prescription for planetary resurrection, a prophetic, millennial assertion of the role of Religious Science in bringing about the world's rebirth: [Science of Mind] is the most direct impartation of Divine Wisdom that has ever come to the world, because it incorporates the precepts of Jesus, and Emerson, and Buddha, and all the rest...
  • The healing powers of God: a new, old concept

    01/09/2004 8:42:42 AM PST · by the_devils_advocate_666 · 9 replies · 173+ views
    The Dominion Post ^ | January 9, 2004 | George R. Plagenz
    The day may be coming when you will call your doctor in the middle of the night with an ailment and he will tell you, ''Say two prayers and call me in the morning.'' Doctors who believe in the power of prayer are increasing. The cover story in a recent issue of Newsweek magazine carried the headline ''God and Health: Is Religion Good Medicine? Why Science is Starting to Believe.'' In the Nov. 10 article, Newsweek's Claudia Kalb wrote that many of today's doctors are beginning to ''embrace the God they banished from the clinic long ago in favor of...