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When I was a child, I was troubled with nighttime bed wetting
When I was a child, I was troubled with nighttime bed wetting. Despite the burden of this problem upon my mother and father, they handled it in a very Christian manner. This problem was also personally embarrassing and frustrating, and both my parents and I prayed for healing. While this difficulty did not yield quickly, it was permanently healed with the assistance of a practitioner. Needless to say, my exercise of normal control over this bodily function was cause for great rejoicing to God within our family.
In elementary school, I experienced symptoms of what appeared to be scarlet fever. With the prayers of my parents and a practitioner, this was healed within twenty-four hours. When one of my fingernails was crushed while I was playing, a call to a practitioner brought immediate change. The pain subsided and the injury healed without leaving a trace. On another occasion, one of my forearms was burned on an electric stove. The pain was quite piercing. But when my father placed a call to a practitioner, the pain vanished while he was requesting prayerful treatment for me. My prayers, along with those of my parents and the practitioner, rapidly brought renewed skin. Today there is no evidence that I was burned. Separate instances of gashes—one to my face near my eye and the other on my scalp—also healed quickly through reliance on God. No resultant mark remains from these.
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