This is from my friend Betty:
Wanted to share this with you:
Growing up I remember my family talking about a scripture that would stop bleeding. Of course, my family wasn't the most church-going folks, but they were God-loving, God-fearing Christians. They were also superstitious in saying only a man could read the scripture to a woman and vice versa, which I sincerely doubted. If God put it there, he put it there for our Faith and anyone who truly believed could use it.After I came to this area, I remembered to ask Daddy about that scripture. It is Ezekiel 16:6. (From King James Version:) "And when I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live"I have used it several times over the years saying it with Faith repeating at least 3 times to stop a heavy nosebleed, etc., and always, the bleeding stops. Today Heidi sent me a text message asking for me to share the scripture. Her boyfriend's frail grandmother had a severe nosebleed and they couldn't stop it. Now you know that Heidi is a veterinary technician and she definitely knows how to stop bleeding, (even though Grandma has only 2 legs, not 4)…...but they had no luck and were about to call 911. I texted them my version of the words (from my memory)....to both Heidi and Josh's cell phones, saying pray this with Faith, repeating it at least 3 times and Believe!
5 minutes later, she sent me a text back that the bleeding had completely stopped! Yes, Miracles still happen. That scripture is definitely worth committing to memory. Usually when you need it, it's in a hurry and you don't have time to Google for the scripture, and you don't have to say the words verbatim as long as you have the meaning.