Tinnitus Miracle Review – Discover the Truth

If you’ve had to live with the grueling symptoms of tinnitus for very long, you’ve likely spent some time doing research on a way to relieve the ringing in your ears. In this Tinnitus Miracle review, I’ll reveal whether the claims made by Thomas Coleman, author of Tinnitus Miracle, hold any truth as well as explore more about who Thomas Coleman is. I’ll also detail what the program includes and share a list of pros and cons that I found.

First of all, who is Thomas Coleman. Like many people, Thomas went to his doctor after he first began experiencing tinnitus to find out what it was and how to make it stop a course in miracles. Also, like many people, he felt many different emotions after the doctor told him that he had tinnitus and that there isn’t really a cure. After 12 years of dealing with this condition and his never ending search on a way to end it, he finally stumbled upon the answer, so he claims.

So what is included with Tinnitus Miracle and how will it end your tinnitus? The main book, Tinnitus Miracle is divided into four parts: the introduction, an explanation of what tinnitus really is and why it affects so many people, the three step treatment plan, and an appendices section. Also included are some optional books on relaxation, yoga, and how to sleep better, all of which compliment the main course a course in miracles online. I believe what makes this course stand out from all the other courses on tinnitus remedies is that it is built around you. There is a six step questionaire designed by an ear specialist to help you pinpoint the specific cause and severity of your particular condition. Armed with that knowledge you can then carry on throughout the rest of the course tailoring the 3 step treatment plan to you.

We, as Christians, frequently, and vainly, ask God for specific things, much like a child asking Santa Clause for certain gifts on Christmas. Why, therefore, would a person ask God to move a mountain, if there is no need for moving it? What if the removal of the mountain would cause effects on the earth that the person, wishing it to happen, hardly realizes? In other words, Christians frequently demand things of God that are not good for them, instead of saying in their prayers, “your will be done.” For example, let’s say that a Christian farmer knows that his house and farm are going to be flooded by a mighty river that runs adjacent to his land. A mountain happens to jut up beside the river forty miles from where the farmer lives. The Christian farmer has prayed hard to God for something, in the Lord’s infinite wisdom, that will save his farm, but says in his final words, “your will be done dear Lord, one way or the other.” Five hours later, an earthquake occurs and mountain suddenly and mysteriously crumbles and falls into the river creating a natural dam, which causes no other human beings to be injured or killed, and restrains a flood from occurring. Was it a miracle that caused the mountain to move? Was it the will of God? The unbelievers will claim that the mountain crumbled because of geologic conditions, but the believing Christian farmer, who humbly prayed for “something” to happen knows quite differently that it was the will of God. Living in accordance with Jesus’ commandments, not fearing the impending mortal crisis, letting-go of human pride, and trusting, and having complete faith in the Lord to work in his life gave the farmer the miracle from God.

Dedicating our lives to Jesus requires a firm commitment to regard the will of God as infinitely more important than our own will, to let go of worldly concerns that fuel our pride, and to let Jesus take over and rule in our lives. Such dedication requires daily nurturing and fervent prayer to God in order for it to stay alive and well in a Christian’s life, and for it to engender miracles throughout that person’s time on earth. Ideally, true dedicated Christians will continually hope that the commitments they have made to be Christ-like will endure the earthly afflictions that will inevitably come upon them; and that one day those miracles, both large and small, which have have occurred in their lives because of their enduring faith, will cause them to proclaim the words spoken anciently by Job, “I know that my redeemer lives.”


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