Spiritual healing and cure— INSEPARABLE
What is spiritual healing? Should cure of physical illness through spiritual healing be expected only in random instances?
From the March 1999 issue of The Christian Science Journal
A Widely Held View of spiritual healing is that it can do much to heal the inner spirit of a patient—that it can resolve long-standing mental struggles, bring transformation of character, restore relationships, and give peace of mind—but that, while it may ease the patient's physical struggle, it cannot normally be expected to cure him. Many who hold this view acknowledge that a "miracle" is not totally out of the question.
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