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I don't know if he was a "Faith Healer" but a Virginia pastor who kept worshiping in groups died from the virus.  I'm not denying or saying that Christ/God cannot still heal people or perform miracles but as some have said "Don't put God to the Test" and God gave us a mind to use.   I do believe if specifically told by God that a person doesn't need to worry that God has the ability to protect His people but I just don't think that is the way it works, just say that God will heal people and then violate reasoning.  

Some though have not missed an opportunity as they have started asking their faithful to place their hands on their TV screen for healing or protection and then, of course, send in your offering to them.  I believe that Christians and believers need to exercise their faith but tempting God is yet another thing for Scriptures do predict such things will, and continue, to happen throughout time and until the end days.

Be as the Bereans ( Acts 17:11 )

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The "faith healing" RACKET, as practiced by money-grubbing con men (and con women) like Benny Hinn, Ernest Angley, the corrupt Roberts family (the late Oral R. and his corrupt spawn Richard),  Pat Robertson, and their odious ilk. They will continue to deceive the desperate sick and suffering who rely in vain on these charlatans.  It is gullibility and ignorance that supplies the modern practice of "faith healing" with its clientele.  And it is STUPIDITY verging on criminal that impels some disordered leaders of ultraconservative evangelicals to continue hosting large gatherings in crowded auditoriums (or "sanctuaries" or whatever they call their meeting spaces) without masks or adequate social distancing on the assumption that God expects them to come together and therefore will protect them and their alleged Constitutional right to assemble under such dangerous circumstances.  A fair number of super-spreader events have been spawned from this irrationality, and thus far the victims have not been relieved by "faith healing," which is not one of the therapies undertaken in intensive care units. 

 

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