I declare in Jesus’ name that I believe in miracles. I know you are working all things for my good behind the scenes and in front of my eyes. I will see your wonders!


I wonder how many times you’ve had an encounter with God and you didn’t even know it. I wonder how many miracles King Jesus has done for you and you’re still saying, “I ain’t never seen a miracle. God doesn’t love me or he just doesn’t exist.” 

Can I be honest with you? That’s a you problem. That is not a God problem. It’s not that God has never done a miracle. It’s that you’ve never seen it. My friend, I want to tell you that you can repent and say, “Jesus, I’m getting with your program.”

Just because God speaks doesn’t mean you know it. And just because you know it, doesn’t mean you understand it. And you may understand it, but you don’t know what to do with it. And just because you know what to do with it, doesn’t mean you know what the outcome will be. It can be offensive, but let me tell you this: it’s worth it to work through the offense. 

Don’t assume that if God does something, you’re going to know it. Chances are, you’re not. Not unless you’re looking. When Jesus rose from the dead, he’s in situations and places they don’t know he’s there. And when he’s not there, they don’t know why he’s not. So it is with you and I today. 

We’re going through a time when the world is setting itself on fire and it’s like, “I wish God was here.” My friend, he is here! And when we can’t see him, we think he’s abandoned us and we say, “I’m done. Unless God jumps through this hoop and that hoop, I’m done.” 

Jesus show up in that place. He’ll also show up in the places you can’t see him and do amazing miracles you don’t know about. What if a reckless car miraculously ran out of gas before it came your way? What if that manager was put in place at that next level company so they could see your value and hire you for that life-changing job? 

My friend, believe in miracles. Look for them and know God is doing them all the time as he gets you to your destiny. 

And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. – Romans 8:28