Revelation Creates Miracles

You know of Jesus of Nazareth, how God anointed Him with the Holy Spirit and with power, and how He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him. Acts 10:38 NASB

Jesus told the people: I tell you for certain that the Son cannot do anything on his own. He can do only what he sees the Father doing, and he does exactly what he sees the Father do. John 5:19 CEV

What enabled Jesus to do all those miracles? He had a revelation of the Father. We have to remember that Jesus, although divinely conceived, left all His super powers behind and came in the form of a tiny human. He had to learn of God just as we do.

The journey He took to miracles in His ministry, is the same journey we must take. It’s a life of surrendered purpose. It’s an infilling of the Spirit of God, a contending for our identify (40 days in the wilderness). It’s learning to not just talk to God, but listen to Him.

It’s knowing when to step back and exchange perspectives. To allow the wisdom of Holy Spirit to lead you to a place of truth that nothing or no one can push you off from that solid knowledge.

Here’s the summary of miracles: when you know who your Father is and His ability to back you up, there’s nothing, absolutely nothing impossible for you. NOTHING!

Our problem seems to be that we want the miracles, but we don’t want to spend the necessary time getting to know God the way Jesus did. It was the same with the Children of Israel, they wanted to know God on a surface level, not on a personal level as Moses did.

Think of that the next time you see someone who needs a miracle. Imagine how things around you would shift simply in the knowledge of who you are. Trust in the God who is in you.

Until Tomorrow,

Sandy G

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