Have you ever sat with someone in need or someone you could help, and realized that you were called to be the instrument of a miracle for that person?
I have had a number of those situations happen recently. In the moment, I am struck with the opportunity to be the instrument of a miracle for that person. To act on God’s behalf.
The person is often stuck and lacking in something that will help move them forward. Oftentimes, it’s providing an opportunity, a resource, support, or helping them provide for themselves.
So often the “wonders” that we and others pray for, are the wonders we can work with our gifts and resources, and God working in and through us.
Jesus told His disciples that they would do these sorts of wonders that He used to do, and even greater ones. Do we truly understand the power we have to work miracles for others in our everyday life with the help of Christ in us?
So ask yourself: Are you called to be an instrument of a miracle for someone today? How does Jesus want to work through you? Don't miss your everyday opportunities to be part of the wonder-working God's beautiful, miraculous, and restorative work in people's lives.