I have often wondered if people truly want to see a miracle, if they sincerely want to see anything outside of their own self – proclaimed good? Why is it such a threat for us humans to actually witness miracles, to admit to them, to behold them and for some; to simply even believe they are an option?
We love to speak of them. Many like to fantasize, to think about miracles, consider them; about God healing their illness or ones angels swooshing into their life to create a miracle of change. It appears though; our faith can be short lived. If God does not take care of our request in the timeline we deem appropriate; we tend to give up on the spot.
In A Course in Miracles, it states; ‘Be vigilant only for God and His Kingdom’. If we are truly being vigilant for God, would we not welcome miracles in our every day life? If we are vigilant for God, would we give up so easily? Would we give up at all?
Being vigilant for God means we denounce all that is not of Gods Kingdom. It means we know, despite whatever else is being seen, whatever else anyone says in their negativity towards life; we are loved beyond measure and this too is good and this too shall pass. Being vigilant for God is having immovable faith in the yet unseen Divine Potential.
And He, (Jesus), said to them, “Because of the littleness of your faith; for truly I say to you, if you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move; and nothing will be impossible to you.” (Matthew 17:20)
In nearly twenty years of my healing ministry I have witnessed what I call hundreds of miracles. I have seen all kinds of mountains moved, released, and healed. Yet, because we see only through our own eyes, these miracles have not always been acknowledged by others. We all know Jesus had a hard time convincing people, even his own disciples, of the miracles which He performed.
I do believe that through our faith, the Great Mystery can heal us of any label our human egos place upon us. Does this always work? No, but that is only due to our level of faith; it is not because God is less than anything but perfect. Basically, it comes down to, ‘what are you willing to see?’ Are you willing to surrender to prayer and allow Gods healing love to soar through your body and harmonize all places of imbalance? Are you willing to be so vigilant for Gods Grace that you say ‘no’ to other people’s words of negativity, sorrow, and hopelessness; and know that God the Good is in the midst of you? My experience has shown me, that no matter how amazing the miracle is; unless ones human mind can fully understand and explain the actual facts of a process, many are unwilling and therefore cannot accept a miracle. My friends, our human minds are too finite and small to comprehend the infinity of Gods Kingdom, so stop trying and simply express your gratitude.
Jesus said, ” Verily, Verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father. (John 14:12) In this passage, Jesus is leaving with us that we shall do even greater than He showed us. It says that because He is now in the Kingdom and His Light is now magnified; you, through your faith in the works Jesus did, can be an instrument of an unexplained process which is beyond our human minds explanation resulting in something amazingly wonderful.
A miracle is something we cannot explain. A great and good happening which is beyond our human comprehension; and they happen every day. Just for today, ask to see all the miracles around you and watch what happens.