We all find ourselves in the position from time to time hoping for the miraculous. Whether it's a loved one who is sick, someone hurt in an accident, a financial breakthrough or a relationship restoration, we all hope for a significant change beyond our control. Sometimes we simply hope. Other times we pray. We may even find ourselves worrying more than we are hoping and praying. Abraham and Sarah wanted a child so badly they took matters into their own hands only to discover that wasn't what God promised them. Moses tried so hard to lead the nation of Israel and when they found themselves looking for water, he skipped what God told him and instead did what he knew would work.
God wants miracles for everyone. He proved this when Jesus fed over five thousand people miraculously. We are all tempted to help God out a little and do what we know will work, but we end up missing the complete blessing. I know it's hard, but we must trust, believe, pray, hope, give and be obedient. Your miracle is coming. God is paying attention and it is just for you. I pray blessings over your home and may God continue to guide and protect you while you wait for your miracle. If there is anything we can do to help, please contact me. Lastly our doors are always open for visitors. If you haven't been to the church in a while or ever, come on in.
Philip Lukens is the senior pastor of the Carr Community Church. To receive updates please enter your e-mail address below and click subscribe.
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