I serve a living God who heals not just emotional wounds, but who literally performs miracles in pursuit of the hearts of mankind. He reveals Himself this way sometimes.
When I was ministering in Myanmar exactly two years ago, I prayed for a Buddhist woman who was incapacitated by broken bones in her ankle. A Japanese pastor's wife and myself prayed for a miracle and God responded in under 3 minutes with an inexplicable miracle, the kind of life event that is so profound the woman immediately gave up her familial belief in Buddhism for our global God of creation, the God of the Bible. She joyfully surrendered her life to Him, to this miracle working God of love.
Although I know that adversity precedes greatness, nonetheless, I still sought divine healing throughout my daughter's entire childhood for her brain chemistry challenges. I sought healing because she was suffering, and who willingly embraces hardship for our children when there may be a way out? I wanted a way out: for her, for me, for our entire family. I wanted a powerful testimony of deliverance.
"We have this treasure from God, but we are only like clay jars that hold the treasure. This is to show that the amazing power we have is from God, not from us." (2 Corinthians 4:7 ERV)