God still does miracles.
They may not always be easy to see or recognize.
But everyday miracles surround us.
When Jesus walked the earth, He performed miracles.
These were done as signs and wonders.
Then Jesus said to him,
“Unless you people see signs and wonders,
you will by no means believe.”
Everywhere Jesus went He did miracles
so those who saw would believe.
The apostles went about performing miracles in the Name of Jesus
after His death and resurrection for the same reason.
Today, everyone who accepts Jesus as Lord and Savior
have received a miracle.
A miracle of salvation.
Through the Holy Spirit, people are freed from the bondage
sickness, fear, and addictions.
Christians who receive the Holy Spirit “upon” them,
(different than the Holy Spirit in you),
are endowed with supernatural power.
But you shall receive power when the
Holy Spirit has come upon you;
and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem,
and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”
This power is what allows us to go through life
and be effective disciples for Christ.
In its most simplistic way, miracles can be as
simple as a sunrise, sunset, the smile of a newborn
or as complex as stars in the universe, or the way
our bodies are designed.
Miracles are answered prayer.
When we stay expectant, God will show up.