Last week I received a Prayer Letter (likely one of millions massed mailed for the month of July) proclaiming that Jesus would “Bless someone in this home spiritually, physically and financially.” who followed its instructions. Hey, it even came complete with a paper Church Prayer Rug which stated:“This St. Matthew 18:19 Bible Prayer Rug is Soaked with the Power of Prayer for you. Use it immediately, then please return it with your Prayer Needs Checked on our letter to you.” It must be mailed to a second home that needs a blessing after you used it. Prayer works. Expect God’s blessing.
But not so fast! You'll also need the power of their Miracle Prayer Cross (which didn't come with the Prayer Letter), but (thank God) it can be ordered.
If the reader still has doubts, believers only need consider the Jews (and few gentiles) healed in the Gospels by Jesus or the Wonder Workering Christians in the New Testament (especially the Book of Acts) both of whom often used gimmicks much like this to heal others.
Still need more proof, then perhaps personal testimonies will convince all the Doubting Thomases.
Here's my Church Prayer Rug with its miracle proof by none other than Jesus Himself!
[Notice the recurrence of the world "checked / check" in this letter. Even God knows the power of a good subliminal message. This is a true barter system: If a Christian really wants God's blessings, then God really wants the Christian's money!]