Why We Have Forgotten How to Pray for a Miracle

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Tell me honestly--do you know how to pray for a miracle? How many times have your prayers for miracles been answered?

The reason many churches have forgotten (or take for granted) how to pray for miracles is because the prayers are seldom answered. Taking medicines seem more effective. For instance, your stomach went berserk and the pain is killing you. What would you do--pray for healing or take an anti-diarrhea pill?

You'd do both, wouldn't you? Why both?

Well, some people say just in case the prayer doesn't get answered right away, you have a back up solution to rely on--the pill. It's true--and most of us do this today.

What happened to supernatural faith?

Faith should grow and it grows only when often used in real life with the Word. Most churches today don't practice faith for healing and the supernatural acts of God. Through years and even decades of doing so, they have lost faith in it and don't know how to really go about it.

So, they rely on doctors and medicines instead. Nothing wrong with this, but look at this passage in the bible:
In the thirty-ninth year of his reign Asa was afflicted with a disease in his feet. Though his disease was severe, even in his illness he did not seek help from the LORD, but only from the physicians. [2 chronicles 16]
It's not God's will that we rely on physicians alone. We should be more seriously seeking God's supernatural help. I still have to see a church that majors in God's healing missions rather than medical missions. 

The church has to go back learning how to operate in God's signs and wonders, specifically how to pray for God's miracles and benefit from them right now--not after a week or month. We have to learn the principles in the bible, believe them with all our heart, and practice them.


This EBook Will Help You

This e-book, "How to Pray for God's Miracles in Your Life" will help you with the vital basics of this supernatural Kingdom technology. Then, we can be a spiritual church again like the Acts church was. 

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