Text: Matthew 15:21-28
Theme: How to Attract your own miracle
Title: I can get it if I want!
# We are living in a world with many troubles, mankind spends her entire life time looking for solution to her troubles, they have been able to get solution from some problems while there seems to be some that looks like there is no solution. This brings back creation to a place of faith and believe in God to help them handle the impossible situations they got. All over the world, there is this believe for a miracle, some want miracles in their health, financial life, academics, homes and marriages, social and emotional struggles, physical and spiritual battles, destiny recoveries and a lot more. The need for a Miracle cannot more be over emphasized. Miracles exist and are possible but the problem is to attract them to your own situation and problem. Genuine miracles come from just one source and that source is our lord God in Heaven.
# A miracle is an unusual happening that is caused by a divine agent or a deity. When this happens, it’s beyond natural comprehension and leaves people marvel, wonder, surprised and amazed. The evidence of a miracle is never depicted. In lay terms, when a blind man receives his sight, lames work, cancerous and viral diseases healed, demonic possessions delivered and the dead raised to live by the power of God then we call it a miracle. Any happening that beats human imagination and methodology is call a miracle.
# Miracles bring relief, miracles bring joy, miracles can change your state within a twinkle of an eye. Miracles can turn your story around, miracles can change your condition overnight. Miracles can solve problems in a second that have existed for decades. Miracles increases our faith and gives us the assurances that God is still in our midst and he still has concern for us.
# we just read from the book of Matthew being the first book of the New Testament and one of the books of the four gospel or synoptic writings but not the first of the Gospels because Mark is the first. Matthew was a tax collector who later became a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ and was instrumental in giving us an account of Jesus ministry life on earth. Here in this chapter, he is accounting to us the story of a Canaanite woman who needed a miracle, but was not qualified to get one , then she did some things that attracted one for her and she got what she wanted. What did she do?
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