TO THE BIBLE: 2 Corinthians 5:17

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.”


Whenever we minister to the sick at the Healing School, I get amazed just like anybody else watching the miracles happen. You may say, “But Pastor Chris, you’re the one praying for the sick. How come you’re amazed at the miracles?” Of course, I always expect miracles to take place as we pray, but I’m not the one who performs the miracles; it’s the Lord Jesus Christ. So I get excited as I watch Him open blind eyes, unstop deaf ears, loosen dumb tongues, cause the lame to leap and walk, etc. But I try to maintain my composure, because I realise there are still other people I need to pray for.

As I think about these great manifestations afterwards, I can’t but exclaim: “Jesus is alive! He’s the same yesterday, today, and forever!” But of all the miracles we see, the greatest is the salvation of the human soul, wrought through the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

This is the miracle of miracles! Nothing can compare with the supplanting of the sinful human nature with the divine life of God. Being born again isn’t just about a change in lifestyle; it’s an absolute change of your essence through a divine rebirth. You’re instantly transformed as you receive the God-kind of life, and you suddenly become awakened to the Fatherhood of God. What a miracle that is!

Go Deeper: Hebrews 13:8; Romans 8:11


Dear Lord Jesus, I love you, and I’m glad to be a joint-heir with you. I’m glad that I’m born again! I thank you for the miracles and wonders you make possible in my day through the Holy Spirit. They all testify to your awesomeness, love and kindness towards humanity. I bless you, Lord!


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