With the pandemic and all the other stresses of today’s world, many folks are facing more physical problems than usual.

There’s a wonderful reminder in A Course in Miracles that I really love:
“Miracles enable you to heal the sick and raise the dead because you made sickness and death yourself, and can therefore abolish both.”


That quotation above from A Course in Miracles may sound like a trip to the edge of sanity. Can you really heal the sick and raise the dead? The answer is simple: Yes.

You may believe others can do these things. For example, Jesus. And there is evidence other humans through the centuries have healed the sick and raised the dead.

You probably won’t find many of your modern scientists who would support these ideas. But that’s changing.

Our point here today is this: If one human can, and has, healed the sick and raised the dead, all can do it. The only thing preventing you from doing it is your belief you cannot.

It’s that simple.

You’ve heard us and others say many times you each were created in the image and likeness of God—whatever you perceive Him or Her to be. Therefore, you have all the powers of God. Jesus could heal because he knew he was God.

Despite the teachings of Christian leaders down through the centuries, Jesus was—and is—no different from other humans. The only difference was he knew who he was.

Once you remember who you are, you too will heal the sick and raise the dead—if you choose to do that. You are all miracle workers.

The truth is simple. It’s no more complicated than that. You are miracle workers.

Copyright © 2020 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray


In this short talk, Dr. Shawn McDowell, asks if miracles can exist in this age of science.

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