“As in the days when you came out of the land of Egypt, I will show them wonders” (Micah 7:15).

Do you feel as though all the doors of the blessings are closed for you? Do you lament in a state of helplessness? Today God promises you that He will make you witness miracles. His Name is wonderful!

When the Israelites came and stood on the shore of the Red Sea, they lamented without knowing what to do. In front was the sea and at the back was the Egyptian army. On both the sides were tall mountains and they had no way to move ahead. They were engulfed with fear and turmoil. God who had said that He would make witness miracles told Moses, “But lift up your rod and stretch out your hand over the sea and divide it. And the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea” (Exodus 14:16).

The ordinary rod in the hands of Moses turned into a rod doing miracles. Today, God has also given a rod in your hands. It is the Scripture; it is the promises. You put God’s authorities and power to use through those verses of promise. And this brings a series of miracles.

Hold firmly, the promises given to you by God. “For all the promises of God in Him are yes and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us” (II Corinthians 1:20).

Though Elijah was a man of suffering like us, he did great miracles and wonders. He closed the sky to prevent raining. Then he commanded the clouds to rain. What was the reason? He knew that the One who promised was the true God.

Dear children of God, there are promises given by God for every situation. Certain covenants are also there executed by God with our forefathers and their descendants. Thsse things are written in the Scripture in order to help us. Those verses of promises are the ones which enable us to witness miracles in our lives just like the rod of Moses.

Hold on the promises and begin to pray. Seek from Him with the Spirit of adoption, “God, do what you have promised.” Solomon prayed that way. He prayed, “You have kept what you promised your servant David my father; you have both spoken with your mouth and fulfilled it with your hand, as it is this day” (I Kings 8:24).

In the whole of the Scripture, you might have repeatedly read that He is truthful and He is the one to do miracles. God let none of his words fall to the ground (I Samuel 3:19).

To meditate: “I have spoken it; I will also bring it to pass. I have purposed it; I will also do it” (Isaiah 46:11).

Daily BreadJoshua Jebadurai