Is Having Faith in God Simply a 'Placebo Effect?'
And now, God has called it upon my heart to give you an opportunity to reconnect with God.
If you say this prayer, you will become a new person, and you will feel it. Others will even notice something 'different' about you.
"God, I'm sorry for my sins. Right now, I turn from my sins and ask you to forgive me. Thank you for sending Jesus Christ to die on the cross for my sins. Jesus, I ask you to come into my life and be my Lord, Savior, and Friend. Thank you for forgiving me and giving me eternal life. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen."
If you said this prayer, keep close to God, find a spirit-filled church if you'd like (helps with fellowship) and always know you're never alone. And remember, church can always be in your very own home.
Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you. I will help you. I will uphold you with my victorious right hand. --Isaiah 41:10
I am leaving you with a gift--peace of mind and heart. And the peace I give isn't like the peace the world gives. So don't be troubled or afraid. --John 14:27
I dare you to delve into your faith, into your Bible, into a new world that'll change your life forever. I also would love to hear a praise report if you found comfort in seeking God out before medication. I'm not saying medication is bad, but sometimes, faith or what some people would call the "placebo effect" is far greater than any pill.
If you're reading this and not feeling well, I pray that you find peace that transcends all understanding, and perfect health from head to toe. And of course, it all starts in our heads. Let Him heal everything. I'm choosing faith.