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You are worthy of healing
The Christian Science Monitor
When I was growing up, one of my uncles used to stop at our house a couple of times a week to visit. My brothers and sisters and I loved seeing him. He didn't bounce us on his knee, buy us presents, or take us out for ice cream. We liked seeing him simply because he was kind. He was gentle and modest, a good man.
During one of his visits, though, he said something that made me sad. He and another adult in the family were talking, and he said that while he believed in God's healing power, he didn't think he was good enough to experience that power. I didn't have the courage to speak up then, but I remember thinking that if he wasn't good enough, nobody was!
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