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During my talk with God this morning, I was guided to the following:
“Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.”
– Mark 10: 27
Personally, this directly connects us to the post where we discussed spending time with God in prayer. When we face challenging times and are not spending time with God, it is easy (at least for me) to forget “all things are possible with God.”
Outside of the Bible, do miracles take place? I believe they do.
We talked about miracles this morning. I would like to see our pastoral community talk more about miracles. Not only those in the Bible, but those taking place within the congregation.
I believe I have personally witnessed at least one miracle. A young boy from our church was dying from a very rare illness, if they even knew that diagnosis for sure. It was a mystery. From day one until that boy left the hospital, there was a person from our church present and praying in his room. Let’s see, last I heard, he should be graduating college around this time!
It was then God and I talked about what can we personally do. I will save the writing for another time, but was guided to:
“If you can?” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes.”
– Mark 9: 23