Peer-Reviewed Medical Journal Features Case of Spontaneous Healing of Young Man After Prayer in Jesus’ Name

A peer-reviewed medical journal published a documented case of spontaneous healing after prayer in Jesus’ name. A young man who wasn’t able to eat without a feeding tube for 16 years has been healed of gastroparesis.

The article, “Case Report of gastroparesis healing: 16 years of a chronic syndrome resolved after proximal intercessory prayer,” was published in the April edition of the Complementary Therapies in Medicine.

The case report explains how at the age of two weeks, a male infant was hospitalized after forcefully vomiting and underwent a pyloromyotomy, a surgical procedure in which an incision is made in the longitudinal and circular muscles of the opening from the stomach into the small intestine.

After not improving with medical therapy, he was diagnosed with gastroparesis and required both a gastrostomy tube (g-tube) and a jejunostomy tube (j-tube) for feeding. It was many years later, as a teen, that he experienced healing.

“In November 2011, he experienced proximal-intercessory-prayer at a church and felt an electric shock starting from his shoulder and going through his stomach. After the prayer experience, he was unexpectedly able to tolerate oral feedings. The g- and j-tubes were removed four months later and he didn’t require any further treatments for his condition as all symptoms had resolved. Over seven years later, he has been free from symptoms,” the abstract explains.

The young man, who no longer has gastroparesis, is now 23. While his symptoms were severe during the 16 years he battled the disease, he was reportedly able to live a “normal” life.

His family members were Christians who believed that miracles occurred in the biblical era but no more, a view known as cessationism. When he was healed, they were attending a nondenominational church that held that view.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter