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Day 113/365

”... please, if you’re able to do something, anything—have compassion on us and help us!” Jesus said to him, “What do you mean ‘if’? If you are able to believe, all things are possible to the believer.” When he heard this, the boy’s father cried out with tears, saying, “I do believe, Lord; help my little faith!” (‭‭Mark‬ ‭9:22)

I’m sure that all of us are praying (and believing) right now for GOD’s supernatural intervention over many things, and because we’re like children who can’t wait and always want everything ‘now’ and as therefore ‘we have need of patience’ (Heb 10:36), we need to keep in mind that: ‘God is not a man, that He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent. Has He said, and will He not do it? Or has He spoken and will He not make it good and fulfil it?’ (Num‬ ‭23:19‬)


Think about it, we’re not trying to somehow conjure up some geni who will perform a magic trick. We’re not even trying to persuade a fickle demi-god with sacrifices. We’ve come ‘easily’ to the Throne of ‘Grace’ where our Heavenly Father sits, to ask Him to intervene for us as we need a miracle.

For the record, Merriam-Webster defines a miracle as “an extraordinary event manifesting Divine intervention in human affairs.” ... miracles are supernatural in nature, and they're typically seen as instances where God chooses to momentarily set aside natural law for the benefit of the miracle recipient.


Over the course of many years on this Blog, I have been blessed to record many such answers to prayers - many miracles, so much so that my heart (and I hope yours too), has been strengthened in the belief that when GOD speaks, He will always make it good and fulfil it.

(Jesus speaking), “Don’t yield to your fear. Have faith in me...” (Luke‬ ‭8:50‬) ❤️🙏🏻❤️

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