A few posts ago, i wrote about the Making of a Miracle. I have been silent since because i wanted my next post to be the testimony.
In a way, this is the testimony post. My miracle has come. Yet i cannot tell the whole story now because God is still perfecting that which concerns me. But I know i owe you guys a Modern Day Miracle story.
IN related matters, i was thinking about the story of Elijah and the widow of Sidon.
The Lord told him, “Get up, go to Zarephath in Sidonian territory, and live there. I have already told a widow who lives there to provide for you.” So he got up and went to Zarephath. When he went through the city gate, there was a widow gathering wood. He called out to her, “Please give me a cup of water, so I can take a drink.” As she went to get it, he called out to her, “Please bring me a piece of bread.” She said, “As certainly as the Lord your God lives, I have no food, except for a handful of flour in a jar and a little olive oil in a jug. Right now I am gathering a couple of sticks for a fire. Then I’m going home to make one final meal for my son and myself. After we have eaten that, we will die of starvation.” 1 kings 17:9-12
It is interesting to know that God sent the prophet to be kept alive by a woman who was waiting to die; in some ways, she was on death row. lol. the irony of it. which is why i am waiting a while before telling my miracle.
sometimes we need to walk through a door that is not open. just like Jesus did when he appeared to his disciples through the wall in the locked room. sometimes we have to obtain a miracle by risking everything else. td jakes preached a similar concept in his message “dangerous deliverance”.
God led the Israelites out of bondage through a dangerous path of rushing mighty currents.
Peter escaped a sinking boat by walking on stormy waters.
Joseph escaped death by being sold into slavery.
Daniel was promoted by facing a death sentence.
Ayomipo received his favor by revealing his disadvantage.
To be continued…