In recent years, there has been much debate about what constitutes a Miracle. Some people argue that anything that cannot be explained by science must be a Miracle.
Others argue that only those events that are supernatural can be classified as Miracles.
However, we believe that Miracles are those acts of God that serve as reminders of His power and love for us. They are not simply events that defy explanation; they are divine interventions that touch our lives in powerful ways.
Miracle work is simply when the Holy Spirit moves in a way that is beyond our understanding to bring healing.
Throughout centuries, we see God doing miracle after miracle, and even great teachers from the past like Jesus, Buddha, or Rumi were telling their disciples that they will do even greater works than they did. When we think about what Spiritual Masters had done while they were on earth, it’s hard to fathom that we could do anything greater.
But when we understand that it’s not about our power or might, but the Spirit of God living in us, then we can begin to step out in faith and expect miracles to happen.
Miracle work is not something that we can conjure up on our own; it’s something that happens when we are yielded to the Holy Spirit and open to His leading.
As we step out in obedience, He will show up and do what only He can do. Miracle work is a beautiful display of the power of God at work in His people and it’s something that I believe we will see more and more of as we allow Him to take control.