Updated: Mar 10
Over the years I’ve seen incredible miracles and I’ve also seen tragic things happen. From someone praying over an empty eye socket and there was an eye at the end of it, to a baby dead for a few days, brought back to life - I was a spectator in both instances.
God doesn’t answer every prayer, that is a poignant point. We don’t fully understand His ways, thoughts, timing or action. However, we are encouraged to believe for miracles.
Acts 5:15 says ‘people brought the sick into the streets and laid them on beds and mats so that at least Peter’s shadow might fall on some of them as he passed by’. (NIV) The outcome was a miracle. Peter has surrendered so much that his shadow could heal the sick. I pray for that, for the countless situations I’m aware of, Lord Jesus, anoint us all to heal, Amen.
There is no doubt, the more we are surrendered the more miracles we see.
Father, help me to dig deeper into surrendering my life to you, to understand your ways and power, Amen.
Sometimes I list down all the people I know who are sick and then pray. I often phone them (believer or not) to say, I want to pray for you. I’ll keep doing that in faith until my promotion heaven.
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