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Eye healed during church service
One Wednesday evening years ago, I was ushering at the weekly testimony meeting at my local branch Church of Christ, Scientist.
The meeting had just started when I felt something abrasive in my eye. It was puzzling, because I knew nothing had flown into it. So, I went down the hall to look in the mirror to find out what was going on. I saw that there was something foreign deep in the eye.
My first thought was not a helpful one: “This is going to require surgery.” That threw me momentarily, but on the heels of it, I found myself turning to God in prayer as I headed back to the lobby. This purposeful shift in thought brought me back to my natural trust in God for healing.
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