Acts 14:8-9 ERV “In Lystra there was a man who had something wrong with his feet. He had been born crippled and had never walked. He was sitting and listening to Paul speak. Paul looked straight at him and saw that the man believed God could heal him.”
I believe in miracles!
Here, we’re examining the case of a man who had never walked. Maybe Paul was teaching about how Jesus restored the sight of a man of about 40 years who was born blind. But notice that Paul saw that the man had faith to be healed. There was something about the man’s countenance or body language that got Paul’s attention even without a verbal communication!
Instead of wearing a long face and sending wrong signals around, seeking sympathy, complaining to everyone willing to listen, you can get God’s attention with your faith! The word that does miracles is the same word that brings faith; therefore, whenever you want a miracle, spend time meditating on the word, injecting faith into your spirit! Express your faith through your words and your actions today. Your miracle is on the way!