People say the day of miracles are over. That is not a true statement. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. He changes not.
He performed miracles in the Old Testament, and he hasn’t changed. He healed blind eyes, people who were deaf, he raised the dead, he cleansed the leper, he healed the woman with the issue of blood.
God performed a miracle for my sister-in-law this past weekend. Believe me, it was nothing less than a miracle. I give God all the glory. He is an awesome God.
I know we are living in the days of miracles. Jesus says signs shall follow them that believe. We shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. We will cast out devils in Jesus name.
The word cancer doesn’t scare Jesus. Sugar doesn’t scare Jesus. Heart troubles don’t scare Jesus either. Yet, we see it all around.
Jesus is surely the healer of our bodies. He created these bodies, and he knows how to take care of them. Isaiah 53 tells us he was beaten for our body. The blood was shed for us. He paid the price for our sins.
God is still in control. We must believe who he says he is. He is able to do whatever we ask him to do. Look at Jesus, not man. Asking it shall be given. Seek and you will find. Knock and it will be opened unto you. Whatsoever you ask in his name, he will do it.
Yes, Jesus is my savior. He is my healer. He delivered me from my sins, and he is my soon coming king. He has gone to prepare a mansion for me. He is a God of miracles. I’m looking to see more miracles today. Blind eyes opened, deaf to hear, the dead raised. Jesus whoa reveal his glory to his people in the last days. Expect miracles, church. God wants to perform miracles today.
Yours in Christ Jesus,
Rev. Teresa Reid