It has been recently revealed in a report that many children from Queensland have healed people of their illnesses, with the power of miracles bestowed on them by God. These kids are from the Pentecostal group called the Culture shifters and they have claimed to have treated people suffering from multiple sclerosis or even cancer.
It was revealed that children from this group have helped many people, by randomly approaching them on the streets and then healing them of their illnesses. His has raised speculative brows form many people, ranging from parents to doctors. They are of the view that people suffering from any sort of medical conditions need to visits a doctor and not go ahead feeding on the beliefs of young children, who aren't even sure of what they are doing.
The experts are of the view that though people across the world aren't particularly enthusiastic about faith healing, people from Queensland have surely seen a lot of interest in the matter. The group is slowly growing and it currently has about 160 members. It is led by Grant and Emma Shaw from the Christian Outreach Centre. There are more and more people hearing about the healing powers bestowed on these young children and coming t experience them same on their own.
"There can be situations where people blame the person themselves for not being healed and say 'You don't have enough faith' and 'You have some secret sin' and that can be extremely damaging", revealed the Flinders University Department of Theology, Professor Andrew Dutney. This might tend to worsen matters at times and this is why it is essential that faith and healing are kept away from each other and treated as different entities.
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