More Oklahomans turning to different source for healing

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OKLAHOMA CITY - When people are sick, they usually go to the doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

But more and more Oklahomans are turning to a different source for healing.

Across the county, and right here in Oklahoma City, healing rooms are offering comfort for those who have given up all other hope.

The "Word" is the inspiration behind thousands of these "healing rooms."

Including one inside a nondescript office building in Oklahoma City.

Every Saturday morning, a team of "Prayer Warriors" engage in a spiritual battle.

When all else fails, they pray for healing for everything from common colds to cancer.

They come by the thousands, grasping for Scripture.

Many say they leave here with miraculous healing.

Rose Worship and Healing Room is in Northeast Oklahoma City.

The doors are open to anyone needing prayer.

While donations are accepted, we are told there is no charge for the team to pray for you.

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