Michael Daly CJ Blog

A Companion of Jesus

New Blog Site

Hello dear friends. I have transferred my previous blog to WordPress, which I hope will be an improvement and give everyone more scope. It will take a little while for me to get used to the mechanics of this site, so please bare with me. I hope you approve of this upgrade and look forward to your comments.

Michael Daly CJ

June 2010


June 17, 2010 - Posted by | News


  1. Michael.

    I identified with what you wrote about forms being filled in and the healing ministry of today vs 2000 + years ago. I am concerned about all the information needed to “get to the healing” part. Sometimes I think, well these people are just trying to be sure what and who they are dealing with. Maybe they just need to get the whole picture before offering the healing part of their ministry. But all that detailed, written down information, where does it go? How protected is it really? In a fictional book I read recently the main character expressed the idea that the Jesuits were the first information gathering network of the world, begging the question of where did they gather this information? And the answer being the confessional. On the other hand I had gone up for prayer one Sunday in a less formal group of people who believed in the healing power of prayer. The next Sunday the lady who had prayer for me complained that she had been under spiritual attack since then, refering to a huge arguement she had gotten into with her daughter. It made me feel afraid to go up for prayer again there. Even guilty somehow of something? Just for going up for prayer!!!

    I yearn for the true light of the Gospel. I believe in the power of prayer. I do not believe that God is a “magic jeannie bottle” that can be rubbed the right way and you get anything you want from Him. I have prayed for others and seen those answers in the positive. I have prayed and seen temporary relief, I have prayed and seen nothing happen. I still believe in the power or prayer. I don’t understand it all yet but I do believe. Your insights have endcourged and confirmed that what God can do is not limited by what man thinks He can do or how. Thanks for helping me to hang in there.

    Beth Ann

    Comment by Beth Willis | June 27, 2010 | Reply

  2. I just love it – I have just “landed” on the new website – its beautiful – wonderful – glorious – thank you so much.

    Comment by Sylvia | August 27, 2010 | Reply

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