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Most Amazing Miracles, Signs and Wonders — 4 Comments

  1. YES LORD I BELIEVE & I RECEIVE! Help those who are struggling with unbelief and doubt.  Thank You Lord that You are moving NOW like Never before as You Expose & deal with our enemies! Glory to God! Thank You Pastor June❣️

  2. These are some of the sweetest words I have ever heard the Lord say.

    I am so amazed when people try to rebuke what the Lord speaks through a willing vessel as if the actual person was writing a book or giving their opinion.

    We need more messages from the Lord on doubt and unbelief.

    Thank you my sister keep listening to the LORD and speaking HIS words.

  3. In Mark 9 there is a story of a father and his demon possessed son. The father said he had faith but admitted to having doubts too. He asked for help with those doubts. We read that Jesus did heal his son. He didn’t say, “Well, I’m sorry but unless you have perfect never doubting faith, I refuse to help you.” 

    Then there is the story of Peter. He went walking on the water and then got distracted by the waves and started getting freaked out and lost his faith and started to drown. I never once read anything about Jesus just passing Peter on His way to the ship. I never read it saying, “And Jesus, when He had passed Peter, entered into the ship and said, Verily, verily I say unto you. Whosoever of you shall not have perfect faith shalt surely drown in the bottom of the ocean.” or And the disciples said, “Where is Peter?” “Oh, he’s by now somewhere in the bottom of the sea..” Instead Jesus saved Peter despite his imperfect faith. He rebuked him. However, he didn’t let him drown.

    On another note there are a group of people with Scrupulosity that can cause doubts (mind you unwanted ones). That is these doubts are not the fault of the person. Telling such group of people that if they do not have perfect faith, that Jesus will not help them or save them or anything, will only increase their doubts even more. What would help is, “Take that father who had faith but still had his doubts. Jesus helped him. He will help you too.” That will increase their faith. Telling them that, “Well, if you ever doubt, Jesus won’t help you.” To someone with Scrupulosity won’t help matters.

    Also the whole thing would be unfair seeing how Scrupulosity is a form of OCD and is not the fault or willful choosing of the sufferer. Therefore
    it is not the same as someone who doubts of their own free choosing. 

    The Body needs to learn about such things and take it seriously. Sadlly some will just blow it off as “of the devil” or “you didn’t believe enough.” or some other form of “this is all your fault you have this.” condemning stance.

    • Miracles will happen, but the “mighty miracles” require a different kind of belief:

      “And he did not many mighty works there because of their unbelief.” (Matthew 13:58 KJV)

      On those citations that you mentioned, all people envolved had faith, even “little” (with doubts), or “vacillating” (on certain moment not believing on the supernatural things — even in the direct eyesight of the messiah — that we can overcome with faith on him). And yes, none of them was cast out, for sure (John 6:37)!

      To the “mighty”, to the “most amazing” ones, it’s necessary a different kind (“level”) of faith. It’s not faith on miracles that others haven seen, but a faith on the new, “unprecedented”, that anyone haven’t seen (or belive that is possible). To conquer that, it’s necessary to “guard your doors” (eyes and ears) to the voices and influences that form an atmosphere of unbelief.

      To grow the faith on anothers, or even “maturate” , the “spectacular, the unprecedented, the awesome” have to happen (John 4:48); a kind of miracle that was never seen, with belief on the things that can’t be see (a belief on the great authority and power of our kingsman-redeemer on the unseen). An exemple to change the “little faith” (and it’s not a condemning condition); to grow this “new kind of faith” on those that will hear about this “new kind of miracle” (John 4:46-54 KJV).

      “So the father knew that it was at the same hour, in the which Jesus said unto him, Thy son liveth: and himself believed, and his whole house. This is again the second miracle that Jesus did, when he was come out of Judaea into Galilee.” (John 4:53-54 KJV)

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