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  • Did you know that miracles still happen?

    Today..
    Right now..
    As we speak..

    I personally am one who witnesses and prays for these miracles. Though not nearly as actively as some. These miracles can only be explained as acts of God. I want to take a few posts to share these with you. And hopefully inspire you to recognize that the God that this Sunday's holiday originates from is real and is active today...

    Have you ever seen someone who seemed to have one leg longer than the other? Sometimes, that is a result of genetics, other times it has to do with a misalignment in the hips and spine. The only fix to the latter, is extended amounts of chiropractics.

    Or...

    Something I truly never expected... Some new friends I had met who were from Australia, were visiting the States. They were truly passionate about Jesus and had many testimonies of God performing miracles. Now they wanted to perform one for my close friend who had a misaligned hip. It caused him back pain, which was a bad thing because he was a professional dancer.

    They sat Him down in a chair, held his legs out, and snapped a picture...

    Then they began to pray, It was not a crazy spell that they prayed from a book, or in a foreign language. It was similar to this. "Thank you Lord, I ask that this leg would grow out, and that the hip would align, and the spine would all fall in place in the name of Jesus."

    And you would never have believe what happened, Except that they prayed, he snapped another picture. After about 5 minutes of praying, my friend's legs were the same length and all back pain was completely gone!

    I witnessed this miracle before my very eyes. And that is only one...
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