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Miracles Happen Today by Lynn Gipson
John 11:4 – But when Jesus heard it he said, “This illness does not lead to death. It is for the glory of God, so that the Son of God may be glorified through it.”
Some say miracles of the bible don't happen anymore. I beg to differ. I am a miracle, having survived the past four years after I was told I was certain to die soon.
But that's not the real miracle. No, the real miracle happened in the hospital room after I woke up from brain surgery. A warm, comforting, loving presence that enveloped me and told me not to worry, everything was all right. The real miracle is God's saving grace, and the fact that I found Him.
I am a miracle because after a life of fear, anxiety and resentment I am today without those things. I am today full of hope, love, mercy and faith. I live to love God and accept His love in return. I am happy for the first time in my unhappy life.
The real miracle is that Christ is alive in me so that I might live to tell others of His miracles, and testify to all He has done for me and will do for others.
Lynn lives in Mississippi and loves the Lord. She has one amazing son and two grandchildren. Accept Jesus Today! Christian Writers Wanted Free Christian Content DaybyDay.org
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