Lately, I have been reading a book
by Kathryn Kuhlman called: I Believe In Miracles.
I love books such as this one, because they help raise my vision and expectations concerning what is possible with God.
I absolutely believe that God works miracles today, even as he has throughout history.
When I discuss this topic with most Christians, the conversation often moves toward the concept of God working miracles through modern medicine.
I have great respect and admiration for the dedicated men and women who work tirelessly to help people become and remain well. Nevertheless, God’s ability to heal and perform countless other miracles is not limited to what can be accomplished as God works through people.
Indeed, there are wonderful inventions, techniques and procedures performed every day by professionals, many who pray for and acknowledge the hand of God working together with them as they do their best to help people. The best and smartest professionals in all walks of life know that they need divine assistance if they are going to succeed.
If you believe what The Bible says, you must conclude that God is just as willing and able to perform miracles today as at any other time in history. You can read this in many places throughout the scripture, but here is one worth remembering.
For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.
Malachi 3:6 (KJV)