Miracles Are Meant to Increase Our Faith, Not Sustain It.
We should expect miracles from the Lord because He is sovereign and good and will always save his people. However, we shouldn’t look to live our lives off of miracles. Miracles are divine interventions (emphasis on interventions). They are supposed to increase our faith, not sustain it. If we are always looking for the Lord to work a miracle in our lives, perhaps we should reflect on how we view the Father.
In Psalm 103, we see that the people of Israel knew the deeds of God, but Moses knew the ways or character of God (Psalm 103:7). The Israelites only wanted God for what he could do for them. And then when the Lord came through for them, they turned away from Him, forgetting what He’d done.
Let’s not be like the people of Israel, only desiring the hand of God and the miracles of heaven. Let’s seek after the heart of the Father.
I am praying for you and whatever miracle you are believing God for. If it is His will for whatever you are needing to come to pass, I stand in agreement with you for that very thing.
Peace and blessings in abundance!
Britnee Bradshaw is a free-spirited, Old Navy-wearin', coffee-shop lovin', wife and momma. She serves in the worship ministry with her husband at their home church in Glendale, AZ and writes with the sole purpose of pointing others to Christ. You can catch up with her on her blog or via social media @b_brdshw!
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