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Are you prepared for a health miracle?

Since miracles happen, can you prepare yourself to experience them? © Glow Images, model for illustrative purposes only

Most likely, you are not prepared for a miracle. I could be better prepared myself.

However, it appears that more and more people are now aware that the so-called miracle of spiritual healing is not only natural; it is reasonable. For example: a survey of American family physicians found that 99 percent of these physicians are convinced that spiritual beliefs can heal.

But what if we don’t have time to cultivate these six life-enriching practices? What if we need a miracle right now? Is hope lost?

Eddy became aware that there is always hope; that divine action, the healing Christ that Jesus demonstrated, is always ready to help, and especially available during an emergency. Just a second of prayer, of reaching out to God, can bring the whole power and tender care of the divine into thought and body.

My friend, Michelle, experienced this years ago when firemen were called because she wasn’t breathing and was comatose.

A doctor diagnosed an alcohol level of.5 in Michelle’s system, brain damage, and damaged, irreparable lungs. When we learned of her condition, Michelle’s family and I prayed.

A day later, the doctor released Michelle with his staff calling her “the miracle girl.” As she was walking out, the firemen who’d rushed her to the hospital were walking in. They’d returned to find out when she had passed away. They were overjoyed to see her alive.

Miracles happen. They do.

Since miracles happen, and if you’re not ready to receive them, perhaps you can prepare yourself. “Six things” might help.

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Keith Wommack is a syndicated health blogger and a Christian Science teacher and practitioner. This post was originally published on the Houston Chronicle. Follow him on twitter @keithwommack.

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