When I was born I was born with my right eye turned in. The corrective surgeries ended up damaging some of the muscles and nerves. For all of my life I have had sight only in my left eye and over the last dozen years or so my sight has dimmed. For the most part this has been fixable with stronger perscription glasses, but now I have just about maxed out the range of what corrective lenses are capable of doing. At this juncture in my life I am faced with inevitably going blind. If I said I wasn't terrified at this prospect one could call me a liar. Now this is something I have brought to Christ in prayer knowing that there is documented proof he has healed the blind. I have tried claiming the victory and the healing and yet my sight continues to degrade. Mind you I will pray earnestly about receiving the healing, so expecting it that when I wake in the morning I will not reach for my glasses so I can check and see if God healed me while I was sleeping. Now I just dont get it? Am I lacking faith (because I find myself doubting)? Am I missing something I have not surrendered over to God? Has God simply answered this one with "no"? I am not really sure where to go with this. - - - - Dravenhawk
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