Everyone seems to be in agreement that experiencing a miracle from God is rightfully called a supernatural experience. A divine appointment. Everyone, that is, but me.
I just can’t go along with this logic. I do admit it sounds so right that some might say it’s common sense. And yet, again, I still must disagree.
The way I see it is, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit God-created us in His image with the intent to walk with us, talk with us, and have a real personal one on one relationship with us.
He desires fellowship with us and wants us to be merciful, gracious and kind givers so he can spoil us beyond our wildest imagination. In doing so He still requires that our character will remain humble, peaceful and filled with the love of Yeshua even as we’re being spoiled.
He wants to laugh with us, cry with us, dance with us, sing with us, joke with us, dine with us, and travel to see all the wonders He created in this world for us, with us.
He really wants to see us smile with genuine Thanksgiving.
We have the same desire within us, for Him. We long for, and some of us search our whole lives for, this connection with our heavenly Abba, Father.
When we say yes and receive His Spirit inside us, through the Sacrificial blood of Yeshua, we no longer need to search.
Connected to God we are home. Walking with God, experiencing miracles, is where we are meant to be, where we belong and long to be and to me, that’s, the most natural place to be and way to live.
Seems to me, that to walk apart from God is more supernatural and walking with Him is natural. That’s just my humble opinion.
Until next time may God-bless you and keep you as you seek Him with your whole heart.