|(Redeemer, in Monroe)|
I'm reading C.S. Lewis's How to Pray.
Here is a miracle he experienced, and recorded.
"I have stood by the bedside of a woman whose thighbone was eaten through with cancer and who had thriving colonies of the disease in many other bones as well. It took three people to move her in bed. The doctors predicted a few months of life; the nurses (who often know better), a few weeks. A good man laid his hands on her and prayed. A year later the patient was walking (uphill, too, through rough woodland) and the man who took the last X-ray photos was saying, “These bones are as solid as rock. It’s miraculous.”"
Lewis, C.S.. How to Pray (p. 2). HarperOne. Kindle Edition.