A disabled jobseeker who claims to have been healed by the power of Jesus Christ finds herself in a peculiar predicament – she’s annoyed that she’s lost her disability benefits.

Jenny Smith, 36, from Smalltown, USA, had been receiving government assistance for her disability for years. However, after a fervent prayer session at her local church, she claims to have experienced a miraculous healing that restored her mobility and alleviated her chronic pain.

“I was just praying for some relief from my condition, and suddenly I felt this warmth flood through my body,” Smith recounted. “Next thing I know, I’m walking without my crutches and feeling better than I have in years!”

While Smith’s newfound health is undoubtedly a cause for celebration, she admits that she’s encountered an unexpected hurdle – the loss of her disability benefits.

“I mean, don’t get me wrong, I’m thrilled to be healed,” Smith hastily clarified. “But now I’ve got bills to pay and no disability checks coming in. It’s like, can’t a girl catch a break?”

Smith’s story has ignited a firestorm of debate among politicians and religious leaders alike. Some argue that her healing is a testament to the power of faith and divine intervention, while others question the validity of her claims and the implications for the welfare system.

“I’m all for miracles, but this seems a bit convenient,” remarked one skeptical observer. “I mean, if Jesus is healing people left and right, what’s next? The unemployment rate plummeting because everyone’s suddenly able to work miracles?”

As Smith navigates the complexities of her newfound health and financial situation, one thing is clear – miracles may have unintended consequences, especially when they come with unexpected bureaucratic headaches.