To experience the miraculous we cannot demand it from God by using some magical incantation. Neither is a life of study required. A seeking heart makes the connection.
As long as we live on this earth, our constant approach to God will be that of persons in need. Prayer is not only a call for help. It is first and foremost an acknowledgement that everything we are and everything we have comes from God..
In contemplative meditation, loving is more important than thinking, listening more important than asking, being more important than doing, and a deep and attentive silence the most important of all.
God is always “on the air“ and it takes only a listening heart to hear His voice and understand the message He speaks. Too often our hearts are set for transmission only, and incoming calls are not received.
Nothing is as personal as prayer and it should be as unique and special as the one who prays. There are as many ways of praying as there are people who pray.
Have you ever prayed and felt like nobody was listening? Feeling and seeing the presence of God.
Have you or someone you know experienced a healing miracle? Have you ever known someone who performed a healing miracle? Many healings can be rationalized as coincidental, but then there is this one.
God used Anna breaking up with me, the worst pain I ever experienced, to help me rebalance myself spiritually and emotionally, and at the same time giving me the best spiritual experience of my life – my own Pentecost.
AN ASTONISHING & UNDENIABLE SPIRITUAL HEALING We rarely hear of spiritual healing and when we do we are often left with questions. Rev Tim describes a life-threatening burn incident that was miraculously healed within one hour.
How Long Must I Wait God?/Spiritual Meditations Do you have a prayer that has been met with no response? You may decide that this is a ‘no’ from God, but perhaps it’s a ‘not yet’