I've often wondered why faith healers, especially ones regarded as genuine can't help an injured soldier re-grow his amputated leg and other more externally noticeable issues.
All the healing seems to be internal, which is a bit of a fraud because many different diseases can go into remission naturally anyway, thus negating any sort of divine intervention.
Being a former pentecostal attendee I watched a lot of failed healing. Recently I met a guy who claimed to be a healer. I asked him to fix the varicose vein n my right thigh, he said it does not work that way. If that's the case what on earth is the point? If faith healing really works it would put doctors out of business.
Now before someone says you need to have faith in the first place before you can be healed, this seems like a fallacy to me. Surely if god does love us and wants us in heaven then healing people would be a great recruitment tool.
Scotland The Brave