Every church (Christian) that I have gone to has talked about God healing. Yet every church that I have gone to has lots of people in need of healing. And I usually see very little prayer for healing. Despite all that is written and all that is preached, it seems like there is in general very very little faith or actions based upon faith for healing. As a result, it seems to me that we have way way too many hurting (and I mean physically hurting) Christians. I think we (Christains) as a group should be embarrassed with ourselves for not seeking the Lord more. For both what He has to say to us and for His promises. He said if He people would humble themselves and pray. So do we? And if we did what could happen? So some quick testimonies. I saw a lady at church get off the elevator with a limp. I ask her if there was something wrong with her foot. She said she had fallen off a chair at work that day, and had twisted her ankle. I got another Christian lady (because my church does not want men laying hands on women), and she anointed the lady with the bad ankle, the presence of God fell. We all felt it. His presences brought tears emotional tears to the eyes of the lady who was hurting and she was healed. It was simple, fast, and someone was healed. Another time heard a word from the Lord about someone having problems with their stomach. I inquired of the person and it was confirmed. This also being a lady, I handed them a prayer card. The next time I saw the person, they said their stomach was healed. It did come back later though, so this time I had another lady anoint the lady and it went away. The next time I saw that lady it had not come back again. Three of us were praying for a lady that was going for heart surgery the next day. The presence of God fell very powerfully. We all felt it. The next day she went in for heart surgery and they wound up sending her home because they could not find the problem any longer. I walked into a room at church with a number of people who the pastor was talking to. He was telling them about 'words of knowledge'. I went to the back of the room next to another men I knew. Then the Lord ask me to pray. In front of us was a man sitting and listening to the message. The Lord ask me if I would pray on that man's shoulder. So when I got a change I asked the man if I could pray on his shoulder, and he said ok. So I put my hand on his shoulder to begin to pray and the man said, "not that shoulder, the other shoulder". I turn out that the man had pain in his left shoulder. We (my friend and I) prayed for the shoulder and it was healed. Not every time I pray for healing does it seem to happen, but it seems like at least two out three times there is a testimony from the person being prayed for that healing did happen. And sometime you just don't know. Like the person with the heart surgery, we did not know after praying. We found out later. With God having that type of record, which has to be better than I hear from people going to the Doctor's office, how is it that we as Christians are not all over this. How is it we have so many hurting people at church. It is just a case of His people not humbling themselves and asking the Lord to heal themselves and others?