This video is of a woman walking after 23 yeears in a wheel chair. This is crap. Did anyone ask her if she has been to the doctor? And if "GOD" healed her then why isn't she walking great? If anyone has any more details about this story please feel free to share. Thanks

 

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These 'miracles' are nothing more than highly improbably events happening.

Not no miracle here, just statistics.

Don't know why the video didn't take...... sorry
I just wonder why god waited 23 years to heal her.  She's not walking great because god is a drama queen and that way it adds more drama to the whole story.
Why did god allow the drunk to crash into her in the first place and then put her through 23 years of life in a wheelchair? Oh, I know to test our faith.
Is it walking if two stronger looking guys are holding you up on each side? I see people in wheelchairs all the time. They just don't feel like walking, even though they can if they were not lazy. Even though I don't think that is the case here.
She must have listened to Thor telling her that he would get her out of the chair "tomorrow" for 23 years. What a joker that dude is.
I love how God will heal some woman who couldn't walk, but when it comes to Africa, well thats just out of the question!
Exactly what I was thinking

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