Has anyone ever asked you why miracles happened during the time of the Bible but don’t today? How did you respond? Do you have stories of the miracles God has done in and thru your life? Have you shared them with others to encourage them and so that they might be saved?
Whenever I am facing a challenging time there are always people who will say “good luck with that”. My usual response is “luck, I don’t need luck, I need a miracle.” Miracles to get something delivered at work. Miracles to have healing of the sick or injured. Miracles of wisdom and discernment to know what to do or what is necessary to answer God’s calling. Miracles of obedience to do what is right, what is necessary, and what is true. Miracles of unity to come together for a greater good. Miracles that impact lives of family, friends, and community. God’s is able to do exceedingly more than we could ever ask or imagine. With God all things are possible! Impossible is not a word, it’s just and excuse not to try.
Will you believe God? Will you trust God? Will you reach out to God? Will you call out to Him?
Will you let God you that you may share the story of the one and how God performed a miracle?
The God of Miracles — Day 178: Bible in One Year 2017
Psalms 78:9-16, Acts 17:1-21, 1 Kings 16:8-34, 1 Kings 17, 1 Kings 18:1-15
Today’s devotional speaks to the points…
- Receive the miracle of God’s provision … Psalm 78:17-31
- Believe the miracle of the resurrection of Jesus … Acts 17:22-18:8
- Experience the miracle of fire from God … 1 Kings 18:16-19:21