The healing effect of unconditional love

A crowd was following a man who had helped many people recover from disease. Suddenly a sick woman elbowed her way to him and managed to touch the edge of his clothes. In spite of the multitude, he stopped. The woman must have touched him lightly, weak as she was because of a loss of blood that had been plaguing her. But he acutely sensed her request for aid. And at once, she felt that she was well (see Mark 5:25–29).

The rules of healing are available to anyone, unconditionally.

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June 11, 2001

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