Rick Joyner seems to be in a competition with Cindy Jacobs to see who can claim the most outrageous miracles. Scott Bailey has a run-down of Jacobs’ claims, and obviously she’s decided to go large:
She claims to do the same miracles as Jesus; has given us the most insane and ignorant explanation of Occupy Wall Street ever; has called on Christians to use their super-duper magic to literally take control over the weather, claims to have reversed a hysterectomy by prayer, and claims to have feed three thousand people with just three loaves of bread and still have bread left over! She also claims to have revived people from the dead: On an absolutely disgusting display “during the August 6th edition of her show God Knows, the self-proclaimed “respected prophet” channeled her supernatural powers live on air to revive a dead child, claiming to have done so in the past as well.”
How do you compete with that? Well, Joyner decided to get a little more subtle. It’s been a common charge that God will not heal amputees. There’s even a website about it. Joyner is now claiming that healing sessions have restores amputees limbs.
Apparently being interrupted is enough to stop a healing. Interesting. Maybe we now understand why Jesus couldn’t perform miracles in his home town; people just kept bothering him.
Via Joe. My.God.