Seeing is believing, they say, but not with miracles. There are people who see miracles who deny it. Just ask Jesus! And if people denied it when Jesus, who they could see, did a miracle, how are people going to react when God, who we cannot see, does a miracle?
We have to have the eyes to see it and not everyone does.
There was a time I didn’t believe God still did miracles. If something seemed like a miracle, I was eager to find ten reasons why it wasn’t. What a shame!
God is doing miracles all the time, whether we agree that he does them or not…whether we acknowledge him in what happened or not…it is what he does.
One thing I have learned, the more I trust that to be true the more miracles I see. And I don’t know if God is doing more of them because I am more open to them or if he is doing the same amount but they just become more obvious.
What is your experience with this?
We need a generation who expects miracles…who prays for miracles. We need a generation who expects them and leans into them. This generation will replace business strategy with fasting and prayer. The power that drives the church into the next 100 years will be God’s power rather than the power we ran on the last 100 years…our power.
So buckle up. Humble up. Fast and pray up. And then pay attention!