Hold on tightly to your faith so that you do not miss your faith. Sometimes we pray for other for miracles but we look at ourselves that we have no miracles. It’s feels empty, clueless and faith recking. But only perseverance will prevent us from missing our miracles.
Jesus is not here to judge us or punish us or angry with us, but He wants to love us and wants our best for us. We might have drifted away or grow cold with God, He always wants us to have the best, so that we can be a blessing to others. As told in the scriptures below that even the King of the Jews foresaw the miracles that yet to come from Jesus. Luke: 23. 8. Now when Herod saw Jesus, he was exceeding glad: for he was of a long time desirous to see him, because he had heard concerning him; and he hoped to see some miracle done by him. Indeed, Jesus has done many ‘miracles’ in today’s definition I.e. helping the sick and lappor, opening the eyes of the blind, raising the dead during his few years of discipleship, yet none of it was not mentioned as ‘miracles’ in the Bible. Because what he did was expected of a Messiah and a Savior.
The ingredients needed for God to yield Miracles in your lives requires the accompaniment and working of the Holy Spirit. The second ingredient is to have faith that the Holy Spirit will take care of us provide we are willing to obey him and do as instructed. The ingredients for God’s miracles is recorded in Galatians: 3. 5. He therefore that supplieth to you the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you, [doeth he it] by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith?
On this Good Friday, we acknowledge that Jesus is the hope of our lives and anchor of our lives and the God of breakthrough for miracles. Because Jesus is the person who is beside you always, no matter whatever your circumstances and situation. And he is forever the hope in your heart.