​Creative miracles

​Creative miracles

John 9:6 “When he had thus spoken, he spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and he anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay,”

Bible scholars said, what Jesus did for this man is called a creative miracle. It was said that the man actually had no eyeballs. It was a very pathetic and hopeless situation by human standard.

Friend, there might be situations in your lives that have defiled answers and have become “impossible”. Professionals and experts might have given the prognosis saying there is nothing that can be done but I am glad to let you know that beyond science, beyond human wisdom and knowledge, there is still a place to go.

What man calls and end is what God calls a bend. There is an alternative to science, it is the place where you can never say never. That place is the Hand of Jesus. There is no finality with him. 

My reasoning has always been that; if a common man can create a car, engines, electronics and didn’t forget to create spear parts, how much more God?

As a matter of fact man got the idea of manufacturing “spears” from God. Our Father has spears of everything he created and can always pull it down for us when needed.

Never let a man give you a prognosis of finality. No man can act beyond his knowledge and what science can do. God created the doctor, scientists and even the pastor and prophet. 

As a pastor, God had thought me to always respect people’s faith and agree with them because I am not the miracle worker He is. So I simply agree with people in faith and I’ve seen hopeless situations turned around for good.

Hear this:

Job 33:12 “Behold, [in] this thou art not just: I will answer thee, that God is greater than man.”

God is greater than man. Know that and never forget it. God is greater than man by all standards and nothing is impossible with HIM!

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