I know a man who was once very sick and angry who later became a well, kind and caring person. Not only I but many others know this man and have seen the changes.
His restored health and improved behavior were the result of prayer. It’s an approach that is on the rise but remains something neither a medical researcher nor a trained psychologist would be able to document with quantitative proof – despite the clear evidence of change.
Such experiences beg the question whether life experience is at least as valid as clinical research and trials. To actually experience the benefits of prayer usually adds credence to prayer. People who have used prayer to maintain or improve their physical health with effective results look to their life experience rather than statistical data for the proof of prayer. Click here to read this article.
This blog by Katie Brown was published on the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette on November 3, 2012.
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