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Walking In Miracles

Walking in Miracles
by Margaret D. Mitchell
Week of December 11, 2017

"You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples."   -Psalm 77:14 

        Every time the Lord performed miracles in my workplace, I feltl like a small child standing along a roadside watching the biggest parade ever in total awe.   

        And just like the people who stood at the city gate of Nain in Luke 7:16, where Jesus raised the dead son of a widow, I see Jesus’ heart reach out to help His people in whatever area they need. I watch Him heal people’s bodies, removing all symptoms of pain and giving them all kinds of breakthroughs. I never know what Jesus will do or whom He will touch on a particular workday. 

        What a joyous surrender it is to have the God of the universe guiding our every step in His perfect will to reach the hurting and the lost. What better way to demonstrate to an unbeliever that Jesus is the Messiah than through miraculous acts of love? Or to convince a stray sheep that Jesus still holds them dear in His heart? What better way to build a believer’s faith? 

        Miracles are the heart of God manifested from heaven to earth. Is this not what we are commissioned to do as Christians, the will of God on earth? Jesus and the Holy Spirit are our links, our empowerment.   

        Most of the miracles in the New Testament were performed in the marketplace, as Jesus and His disciples went forth. I believe the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) is a model for all Christians, not just “missionaries.” It is a daily walk, a journey until eternity. 

        Won’t you invite the Holy Spirit to use you in this way? Then ask the Lord what’s on His heart today, who needs prayer in His marketplace and to give you divine appointments. Then step forth in faith, expecting God to show up and do miracles. His love will amaze you.

And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love.
Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in him.

1 John 4:16
Margaret D. Mitchell

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