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The Miraculous Healing of Delia Knox

Following on from my earlier post about sceptism and healing I just wanted to emphasise that I do believe that God heals today and give a verifiable case that I feel demonstrates this well.

Delia KnoxThis link about the healing of Delia Knox was published in the Daily Mail. It has stood the test of time and scrutiny from the press.

Delia Knox was paralysed from the waist down. In 2010 she was dramatically healed and has been walking ever since. A British preacher Nathan Morris prayed for her and the moment she first regains use of her legs was captured on video and become a YouTube hit.

Here is a quote from the Daily Mail article:

When she agreed to attend a meeting with preacher Nathan Morris, she had no idea healings were happening. She said: ‘I knew it was an evangelistic meeting but I didn’t know healings were taking place. To be honest I’ve stayed away from healing meetings… and rarely responded to altar calls. ‘But Nathan Morris called my husband forward and I had no idea what was going on. I didn’t want to make a scene when Nathan was praying for me.

‘Then all of a sudden I felt a voice which I knew was the Holy Spirit saying to me, “Get up”, and I felt feeling in my legs and then faith came on me to walk.

Please have a look and investigate the links. It would be great to know what you think.

Read the Daily Mail article here.

February 19, 2013 at 8:44 am
  • April 2, 2013 at 6:46 pmAngela walters

    Hi David,

    Do not forget the healing of Jean Neal at the NEC in 1988. She spent twenty five years in a wheelchair and is still going strong.
    Doctors would not call it a miracle until ten years had passed.

  • April 2, 2013 at 8:45 pmPeter Fry

    Lovely, isn’t it? I think her story contains an important message for me –sometimes people seem to receive healing quite passively—almost as if it is something done to them-and others are required to do something before the healing comes. She could have refused to get up, but thank God she did get up. There was an authoritative command. May God grant us the wisdom to know how to handle each situation and treat each individual with personal attention.
    Above all—-let’s not give up!

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