If you’ve ever wondered if or how prayer “heals” this short video might be worth a look. [Video]

In this video, you may hear some explanations that run counter to what you think about prayer. And about God too. We hope it will remove some of the mystery that surrounds prayer that heals.
Christian Science Chaplain Sharon responded to a call to help a woman in prison who had collapsed on the floor and was in much pain. Yes, prayer was used and yes, a quick “healing” resulted. But what we think you’ll find interesting is the very simple explanation offered by Chaplain Sharon to describe to the woman how her healing came about.

As always we’re interested to hear what you think. So we invite you to leave a comment and tell us your own story (or share what inspires you) for others to read.

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7 thoughts on “If you’ve ever wondered if or how prayer “heals” this short video might be worth a look. [Video]

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    Marilyn McDonald Reply

    Beautiful and God-inspired work, Sharon. Thank you for your clear, healing thoughts.

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    Linda Bulla Reply

    Wow, what a brilliant and concise explanation!!! An explanation that is easily understood.

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    Joanna Reply

    Inspiring healing, such a tender and sincere expression of humble surrender to God’s power!

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    Alex Cook Reply

    So beautiful! And what a clear and cogent explanation. Thank you!

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    Jan in New Mexico Reply

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful healing, Chaplain Sharon. And for the explanation of how you pray for inmates. Beautifully shared.

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    MF Reply

    So grateful that there are human “angels” who share God’s Message with his children in need. I loved the analogy of the car “only” running of gasoline and needing “activation” in order to function properly.

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    Robin Kadz Reply

    Thank you for sharing these healings regularly with us. It is thrilling to hear them! Good work all you Prison Chaplains!!

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