If God works miracles some of the time, why doesn’t he work them all the time?
Almost four years ago Ray and Marlene Pritchard began to pray, “Lord, do things we’re not used to.” This message tells how God answered that prayer by redirecting their steps in some amazing ways.
Sometimes God sets us aside for a period in order to prepare us for greater work in the future. God never wastes anything—not even the “down times” of life.
If God works miracles some of the time, why doesn’t he work them all the time? We must learn that miracles are not about us. Miracles are about God.
1 Kings 19 tells us how God met Elijah at his lowest point. From this story we learn four principles that will help us when we feel like running away and giving up.
It’s time to pray, “Lord do things I’m not used to.”
Are we willing to obey God even when it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense?
God must bring us to the end of ourselves so that we learn it’s all about him and not about us.
There is a time to think and there is a time to decide.
Our greatest victories and worst defeats often go hand in hand.
If you keep your eyes open for God, pretty soon you’ll see him everywhere. Who can trace the path of the Lord? No one can. It is enough to know that we belong to him.
Nothing of God dies when a man of God dies.
If hell is real, it ought to break our heart.
It does not matter whether or not people understand us or think we are even sane as long as we are true to God.
We need some Elijahs who will care more for the King of Kings than for the kings and queens of this dying world.
Whose side are you on?
It’s time to make up your mind!