I felt God was challenging me on this. I was reading through the so-called proof of persons written testimonies on being healed in Curry Blake’s JGLM website.
I found myself disbelieving what was being said. My mind flashed back to the time when a British minister exposed Todd Bentley of being a liar and a flase prophet and healer by not checking to see if the false testimonies were true. To those that write to the minister saying that God used them to heal them, is it not nice that the busy minister trusts those that have written in?
It got me thinking. I’ve seen people delivered from demons and seen people healed. I have also seen prophecy fulfilled and people giving words of knowledge to those who they nothing about. These were accurate. I was there. But that does not mean you will believe me.
But my testimony isn’t enough, is it? And here I am demanding someone like Bentley or some supposedly other ‘self-proclaimed healer’ to prove that they are actually healing those with God’s power. For someone reason we read the bible and believe the miracles of Jesus. But we don’t seem to believe that our sisters and brothers have healed someone through God. When should we believe our brothers testimonies? How much evidence must they give until anyone is convinced?
What type of evidence should they give or report on to make those who are critical (like myself), believe? Is the personal testimony of the person enough? Or would we (or just me) be just as skeptical as the pharisees?
Would a signature of the person healed be good enough? Video footage? Interview? At what length would you go to to prove that God used you to heal someone? Was there ever a time where people believed what the Christian next to them said? I am very curious to hear some of your thoughts.