I needed to hear this encouragement right now. I’ve never considered this aspect of Jairus’ perspective before. Thankyou, Sarah.
Excerpt from Sarah’s post: “A miraculously answered prayer reveals God’s power, but a long-suffering believer, steadfastly trusting in Christ, reveals His worth.”
God is still a God of miracles. Though it may look different than when Jesus walked the earth, we still hear of God’s divine intervention all around us – tumors that miraculously disappear, a hardened criminal surrenders their life to Christ and has a powerful ministry to the unsaved, an unborn child who’s been declared “unfit for life” is born perfectly healthy, and hard to reach cultures are coming to Christ through divine intervention.
Yes, God still reveals His power and supremacy through these miraculous acts. However, it’s likely that many of us haven’t experienced a life-altering miracle in our own lives (other than the miraculous regeneration of our hearts). Although there are times that we can clearly see evidence of God at work in our lives, there are also seasons when it seems as though prayers are being answered in everyone’s lives but ours.
Over the last decade or…
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