Miracles by Faith

I’m always searching for new pastors and church sermons to listen to. I don’t know how I came across this church or sermon, but when I saw the sermon title, ‘Miracles of Faith’ I knew I wanted to listen.

What does it look like to receive a miracle?  A miracle starts with something that is beyond our ability. It’s not a miracle for me to make dinner, because that is something I am capable of doing. But, having a baby when doctors told us it is not possible without medical intervention will definitely be a miracle. It requires God to do something way beyond what we can do. Bible.org defines a miracle as a less common way of God’s working, and that it is done so as to arouse people’s surprise.

Reflecting on scripture, each and every person who asked Jesus for something was desperate or had a desire for something. They all asked Jesus, because they knew He was the only one who could meet their desire. A miracle involves a desire for something. 

So, what do you do when you realize you have a desire and you need a miracle? Focus on God’s word concerning your situation.  Faith comes from hearing and hearing from the word – Romans 10:17. When you find the word that applies to your situation you can operate in faith on that word.

A miracle not only requires us to know the word of God, but to act on the word. We are called to act on the word and release our faith by speaking the word of God. I love the freedom that comes from knowing God’s word. We have had such a peace throughout our whole journey, because we know what the word of God says about fertility. We speak those promises over our bodies and our situation and walk in faith that they will come to pass. When you have the opportunity to believe and act on the word of God you will see it manifest and a miracle will take place.

Don’t accept your trial or sickness and be content with it. Christ wants to deliver you, heal you, free you, and He wants to bring you a miracle. Study His word because when you know His word, you know His will, and when you know His will, you can walk by faith in the promises that He has given you.

Have Faith in God. Miracles Happen

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20 Comments
  • Rebecca
    Posted at 05:56h, 22 October Reply

    I love listening to sermons too!! Do you listen to Allistair Begg? He is one of my favorites to listen to everyday!
    🙂 Rebecca

  • Cheryl Smith
    Posted at 07:48h, 22 October Reply

    This is so true, Caroline. I am so thankful Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. We still serve the God of Abraham and Sarah, Who opened Sarah’s womb in spite of all odds; the God of Moses Who rolled back the waters of the sea, just so His people could cross over and escape their ruthless enemies; the God of Joseph, Who fulfilled His promises to him, even though it took 22 years for them to come to pass; the God Who became flesh and lived among us to be a personal, human Example of what He can do. He still opens barren wombs, He still heals all manner of sickness and disease, and He still answers prayers. Praying for your miracle often, dear friend. Keep believing! God is going to bring this to pass, in Jesus’ name!

  • Mel @ there is a higher hope
    Posted at 08:47h, 22 October Reply

    I can’t wait for your miracle, Caroline! It’s coming!

  • Tania // Run To Radiance
    Posted at 09:15h, 22 October Reply

    This is really, really good, and incredibly timely. The Lord totally spoke to me through your post, thank you!

  • Tanya @ the sky and back
    Posted at 10:12h, 22 October Reply

    I hope you get your miracle soon! In the meantime, I admire your peace and your faith as you wait.

  • Elisha
    Posted at 13:47h, 22 October Reply

    wow How crazy is it that for two weeks in a row we have hit on the same topic without even knowing. God must be up to something and trying to speak into someone today.

    waitingforbabybird.com

  • jennifer prod
    Posted at 15:56h, 22 October Reply

    such a beautiful post, and i love how you emphasize knowing/understanding the word to truly recognize a miracle <3

  • Evangeline
    Posted at 16:53h, 22 October Reply

    AMEN! I know that your miracle is coming and that you and Colby will enjoy the ride! 🙂 I appreciate all the encouragement you give to rely on the Word.

    http://www.makeroomformommy.com

  • Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom
    Posted at 21:49h, 22 October Reply

    I love that idea, that prompt to act on the word. What a powerful truth and something that I don’t claim enough in my life.

    Thank you for this wonderful reminder Caroline!
    xoxo

    • Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom
      Posted at 21:41h, 23 October Reply

      Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop.

      I’m still praying for your miracle my friend.
      xoxo

  • Brittny
    Posted at 09:50h, 23 October Reply

    Your posts are always so beautifyl and encouraging! I love this one about miracles! Praying for a miracle for you!

  • Jen
    Posted at 13:59h, 23 October Reply

    I remember once listening to a dear friend explain the difference between enduring trials and enduring them well. Because there is a big difference. Lovely post.

  • Dawn
    Posted at 14:00h, 23 October Reply

    I wish we lived closer to each other because I seriously wan to come and do a bible study with you on fertility! I am one of those people that has a heck of a time deciphering the Bible, but I do try to figure it out. I have a study Bible and that helps.

  • Chelsea
    Posted at 15:25h, 23 October Reply

    Preach preach preach girl! I am so glad we serve a God who performs BIG miracles. To Him be the glory!

  • Kelli {A Deeper Joy}
    Posted at 19:27h, 23 October Reply

    Love this 🙂 Praying for your miracle!

  • Angela
    Posted at 20:46h, 23 October Reply

    Amen! Praying for your miracle, friend!

  • Amy
    Posted at 10:52h, 25 October Reply

    This was beautiful. I love how transparent and strong your faith is; this is my first time visiting your site but I know it won’t be my last. And I so know it’s true: miracles do happen and they happen every day.

    So happy to have found you via the #SHINEbloghop

  • Ashley
    Posted at 11:19h, 26 October Reply

    Miracles are far beyond what we can comprehend. We saw a miracle not in the ways we had hoped but God then gave us another miracle. He is with us through it all far past what we know! Love your sweet spirit and your choice to walk by faith. Many blessings to you!

  • Lisa
    Posted at 21:21h, 29 October Reply

    Your sermon recommendations are always great. Downloading now!

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