I am a firm believer in miracles. Your waking up today is, in fact, a miracle just as someone leaving this physical life and entering into their reward. Miracles are in every day things like the birth of a baby or water slowly carving canyons as it ebbs and flows. I believe in miracles in the ”here and now” nature such as blinded eyes being open and deaf ears hearing. I believe in the miracle of cancer leaving one’s body, whether by divine intervention or by the assistance of medicine. Miracles happen, but more often than not, miracles are slow and steady; miracles are a process. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There are seven steps in the process of realizing your God-ordained and God-anointed miracle, remember your alphabet. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ • ACCEPT God has a miracle in your path and has purposed you for the pursuit and fulfillment of it. • BELIEVE God will see you through the waiting and will give you the strength to carry the burden of the weight in waiting and in carrying the anointing of a miracle. • CONFESS your miracle to the darkness of doubt, fear, and complacency because the darkness has no place in the process of miracles except for burning up as fuel for your journey towards your destiny. While you confess, do not forget to CONFIDE in your tribe the miracle which God has sent your way so they may go before you to the threshing floor of prayer to make proper preparations. • DAILY DIE to your selfish will and choosing his will for you, realizing that his ways are always higher. • EVALUATE and EVOLVE yourself, adjusting to become who you are meant to be. • FAITHFULLY FORGE towards your miracle. It will not always come easy, this blessing God has for you, but in those times when rest is required be sure to FOREGO the work and wait in the peace of God for anything else will be futile. • GRACEFULLY GIVE in to the miracle for which you have waited. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Remember seasons are occasionally accumulative and not linear by design, and can occur repetitively and exponentially.
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