You had faith. You held the promises. And yet you failed to receive the miracle. What went wrong?
Do you just chalk it up to “God works in mysterious ways”?
You shouldn’t. His ways have been revealed to us through His Word. Someone will point out that His ways are higher than ours, but when the Bible speaks like that it’s referring to His desire to show mercy to the wicked and unrighteous (see Isaiah 55:6-9). It means He gives grace when we wouldn’t! The “mysterious way” about God is that He blesses us even when we don’t deserve it.
“So why didn’t my prayer get answered?”
There may be a number of reasons. One reason could be because of unbelief. In our day and age, there’s lots of it around.
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Healing Scriptures. The Bible gives more than enough evidence to show that healing is available to ALL through Jesus Christ. He is not testing you with sickness. It is not a “blessing in disguise.” Jesus never placed cancer on anyone. He came to save, and to give life. The Gospels reveal Him dealing with […] Continue reading →
The Church is not a social club that happens to espouse good morals and values. At least it shouldn’t be. We celebrate a gospel of POWER. There is wonder working power in the blood of the Lamb! It conquers sin and changes lives! True Christians are in on this, yet many still come short […] Continue reading →
The fiery serpent in the wilderness was a shadow of what Jesus would accomplish on the cross: And the LORD said unto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole: and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looks upon it, shall live. And […] Continue reading →
What you expect in life often affects the way you live. At Christmas, families expect to get together, so they make all kinds of preparations. When the weatherman says there is going to be severe weather, people make the necessary preparations. What about the things of God? What has God said and do you […] Continue reading →
It’s our turn to do the miracles. We are not helpless- all things are possible to him who believes! So how is it then, that the church seems to be struggling? Why do we read of great exploits in the book of Acts, and then fail to see the same in our modern surroundings? […] Continue reading →
I used to struggle under the notion that the trials I was going through may be crosses that God wanted me to bear. A theology of suffering was presented and I was encouraged to believe that somehow God was getting glory out of my problems. Since then I have subscribed to a theology of victory, […] Continue reading →