The miracles of a mother’s love

Many of us grew up in that wonderful safe environment, at home, so dear to our mothers. We experienced the warmth and words of encouragement that our mother so generously showered on us, usually on a daily basis.

When we cut ourselves or had stomach aches, she was there ready to comfort us and take the pain away. A mother’s love is powerful, but is it powerful enough to heal?

I remember moments when my son, then a little boy, would run to me crying.

“Mommy, my head hurts.”

I can still remember his loud screams.

“Mommy my tummy hurts.”

I would place my hand on his head or stomach while visualizing and imagining a brilliant light flowing in and around him. With the intention of healing him or taking away his pain, I prayed that he would feel better.

I don’t remember a time when that method didn’t work. Usually, she would relax and, within a couple of minutes, with a smile on her face, she would be gone. Running to play, I often heard him yell at me,

“Thanks mommy.”

There was one time when I had to make what seemed like a close decision. My son, a baby at the time, had a high fever and my husband, in-laws and I were very concerned.

I held him close to my side on my bed and touched his forehead gently. Imagining the fever chilling and whatever it was causing it to fade away, I prayed.

I continued to do this for what seemed like hours. When she noticed that the fever went up to 104, my mother-in-law got angry and upset.

“You have to take him to the hospital right now.”

She screamed.

Although he was worried, he knew very well that a hospital could be a dangerous place, especially for a small baby. I have heard stories of children who received the wrong medication or contracted an infection, and their condition became much worse after their stay. That was not the option he would choose.

His fever went down and we later learned that having a fever was natural, often working as a healing mechanism.

Sherry Hansen Steiger, author of ‘Miracles of a Mother’s Love,’ writes of an experience she had when her six-year-old daughter had her fingers slammed shut by a car door, which had been locked by her babysitter. The hospital X-rays confirmed that her son’s fingers were crushed, but after holding her hand and praying for her son, to the doctor’s surprise, the boy’s hand healed immediately.

“I asked the babysitter to join me in prayer as I placed my hand on Melissa’s crushed fingers. When the doctor returned, he was shocked to see that the girl was healed. “It’s a miracle,” he exclaimed. A miracle. ” 1

There are stories of mothers who had strength beyond their imagination when they fought to save their children from carjacking and drowning. There are even documented miracles that her love was strong enough to save her son from death’s door.

Posted in Mail Online Health by the Foreign Service, headlined “Miracle mom brings her premature baby back to life, with two hours of loving hugs, after he was pronounced dead.” It tells the story of little Jamie, a twin, born to Kate and David Ogg.

After being told that their premature son did not survive the birth, they handed the child over to them to say goodbye. Two hours later, miraculously, the baby still in her arms “began to show signs of life.” two

The healing miracles that come from a mother’s love for her children go far beyond what we know to be scientifically or medically sound. If there was a formula for a mother’s love and it could be put into a bottle, we would never have to worry about being sick.

1 Miracles of a mother’s love, Sherry Hansen Steiger

2 article from dailymail.co.uk/health Miracle-premature baby-pronounced dead revived by mothers touch.

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