I need a miracle
The disciples walked with Jesus and He did many miracles. He healed the sick, raised the dead and brought sight to the blind. One day Jesus told His disciples “anyone who has faith in me will do the same things I do but they will do even greater things”. Just as it was prophesied Jesus was crucified on the cross, the word of God says that He mocked satan at the cross and made a public spectacle out of him. He took captivity captive and set the captives free. He took on a glorified body, walked the earth for forty days then ascended to sit on the right hand side of His Father and assumed the role of advocate for you and I.
Jesus was gone but in the name of Jesus Peter and John and the other disciples continued to show up in the colonnade. Therefore, the signs, wonders and miracles Jesus performed did not cease. For the miracle working power and the ability to do great deeds passed from Jesus to the church. In the church the power to perform a miracle still resides because God still divinely intervenes in human affairs. What I am saying is that there are occasions when God steps in, overrides the natural with the supernatural and does something beyond intellectual or scientific comprehension so that somebody can be blessed.
God knows that today somebody needs a miracle.
In the book of John 14:14 the word of God says “If ye shall ask anything in my name, I will do it.”
This simply means you have received an open invitation. You have been gifted with a legal warrant that in the name of Jesus your prayers will be powerful and effective. In the name of Jesus amazing feats and miracles will be done. He said anything you ask in my name I will do it. Go into the throne room not in your name but in the name of Jesus and ask God to do a miracle. Tell Him any way you want to bless me I will be satisfied. Whether it be spoken over me, whether it be by the laying on of hands, whether it be by medicines or paste put on my eyes. According to your word I have been given the authority to ask for a miracle. I right now today Lord need a miracle.
Rev. O. Hines