Jesus Heals and Performs Miracles

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Luke 8:26-56, Matthew 9:27-38

I’ve never witnessed a miracle like the ones described in these Scriptures. I have not seen someone lay hands on a blind person, and with a word, restore their sight. I have not witnessed someone on their deathbed rise as if they had just taken a nap. 

Yet, I have witnessed different kinds of miracles. I’ve witnessed the miracle of people turning from darkness to light. I’ve seen friends heal from wounded identities only through the power of Jesus’s love. Even my own experience of being saved by Jesus is a miracle. Jesus is in the business of healing people physically and spiritually. Just because I have never seen lame people walk again doesn’t mean I don’t believe Jesus can do it. I know He can. Yet, for many of us, we are waiting for our miracle, and that can cause us to doubt if Jesus is the true healer.

For much of my life, I have wrestled with anxiety. When I became a mom, the anxiety got worse. There was a season where I was afflicted with panic attacks regularly. At one point, I even called 911 to come and help me because I thought I was having heart failure. Since that time, Jesus has done a lot of healing in this area, but there is still this voice in the back of my head that reminds me it could rise up again unexpectedly. What will trigger the next attack?

Some of us have family and friends we have prayed for hoping they will receive the gift of Jesus into their lives. We are still praying for them… 

There are others of us who have wrestled with our love life, our health, our job status, or our fertility. We are still waiting for these unmet desires to be fulfilled…

The bleeding woman could not marry, could not take part in the community, and could not afford any more treatments to help her. She was desperate for relief! And with one touch of Jesus’s robe, she was cured. But was the actual touching of Jesus’s robe some sort of magic? No. “‘Daughter,’ [Jesus] said to her, ‘your faith has saved you. Go in peace’” (Luke 8:48).

A synagogue leader asked Jesus to heal his daughter and Jesus told him to do what? To “only believe” (v.50). 

Jesus saw two blind men and asked them, “Do you believe I can do this?” They answered, “Yes, Lord,” and Jesus healed them by their faith (Matthew 9:28–30). 

Today, it is by faith that we are saved. I don’t have a fluffy, cute answer for the miracles we are waiting on, but I have faith in Jesus as my rescuer. For He saved me from the gravest thing, my sin. And He restored my soul. This is a miracle. Some may see our condition as a curse, but may we see it as an opportunity to look to the cross, have faith, and “go in peace” (Luke 8:48). 

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  1. Brandy Deruso says:

    Lord you are good thank you Lord
    I can do all things but fail my God got me covered I shall not be moved I shall not falter I shall not give up cause he covers me in Jesus name no weapon formed against me shall not prosper! I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me! Hallelujah! I’m a winner. I’m a conqueror the blood still works thank you Jesus! Glory!

  2. trina beckwith says:


  3. Farrah M says:

    Praying for you Elin. I had preeclampsia, also, and I know the fear and anxiety it can bring. God is with you and your baby. He will protect you both and restore your health. ❤️

  4. Terri Baldwin says:

    “Daughter, your faith has saved you. Go in peace. “

  5. Vicki Sherfy says:


  6. Lehua K. says:

    My husband and I just watched the Chosen episode with Jairus and the bleeding woman… the timing is so perfect with today’s reading and what I’m currently going through! @Churchmouse, what you had said about abiding and not rushing through devotionals to check them off, really spoke to me. Thank you. God has been telling me to re-read “The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry” and I haven’t opened it yet, but I did listen to a few episodes from the podcast that John Mark Comer co-hosted on the topic.

    @Alison Lynch, what you said struck a chord with me as well. I wrote in my journal: “Do not let your unbelief ruin this beautiful season of growth. The harvest is coming.” Thank you. Praying for you and your baby.

    Also praying for the other requests shared.

    I know I’m a few days behind so my comment might get lost in the shuffle, but for those who see this, please pray for my anxiety around my job. It’s my supervisor’s last week and I’m replacing him next week, and I’m dealing with the grief of losing his guidance, the anxiety of filling his shoes, and the uncertainty of how much my raise/promotion salary will be and when. My husband and I have a side business as well that we want to grow this year, and this promotion has been quite a distraction from that. Thank you for your prayers.

  7. Samantha Collier says:

    I needed the reminder of the woman who was healed just by touching His robe. I have faith in Jesus but I need that same faith about life issues. Scripture is so beautiful and reassuring.

  8. Samantha Collier says:

    I was wondering the same thing, thank you for the explanation.

  9. Alexus Cehelnik says:


  10. Julianna Schmidt says:

    I just love that He had compassion on the crowds because they were harassed and helpless. Sometimes when I have those feelings I think they are my own fault and I have to make some changes before God can help me. This is a nice reminder that that isn’t the way Jesus works. So thankful for a God who has so much love for His people❤️

  11. Debby Blake says:


  12. Jessica Morales says:

    My mother-in-law is in the hospital and we’ve been praying for her salvation for years and years. I have Isaiah 59 written next to her name on my prayer list, “Indeed, the Lord’s arm is not too weak to save, and his ear is not too deaf to hear,” but todays reading was such a good reminder of that too. I do have faith He can save her. But oftentimes I look at her life and think she’s too far gone. But then I’m reminded that if not for God saving me, that would be my life too! Today was a good gut check of “Do I really believe that?” Like, do I fully have faith that with everything she’s said and done and the people she’s hurt and the life she’s wasted, that she can truly be saved. My faith might actually be the size of a mustard seed some days, but I do believe. And when I don’t believe, I pray, “Lord help my unbelief!”

  13. Allison Bentley says:

    Something that stood out to me today in the Matthew 9 miracles is Jesus asked them to keep silent. I thought the whole point was to “go and tell”. I’ve never noticed it before and it made me dig further. What I found was interesting and makes sense. Jesus was already dealing with large crowds and having trouble moving around so these miracles were just drawing more people making it harder. Also it’s right there in Matthew 9:34 – it gave the Pharisees the scapegoat- He is ruler of Demons. Jesus knew they would use it against him and they did! Always good to dig deeper with your questions! Prayers for a peaceful weekend to you ladies!!

  14. Rachel Marineau says:

    Excellently written devo today. Lots to remember regarding which miracle in our lives is the most important of all (removing our sin) while we wait in belief for the healing of others ❤️

  15. Shanna Morgan says:

    Luke 8:47… in a crowd full of people and chaos, in the midst of commotion and healing, fully surrounded, each person deep in their own troubles and seeking Jesus, it says that she was not hidden. It AMAZES (and confuses) me that with literally every single thing that was going on, scripture says she was not hidden-she was fully seen, known, and called out by Jesus. In the midst of her suffering, pain, isolation, frustration, and desperation, He stops. Not because He has to but because He wants her to know that her miracle was no accident, that her healing was not a whim, and that in the midst of her being a part of a chaotic crowd and even with her “trembling”, He sees her. CRAZY! AND ON TOP OF THAT! He is not upset when He is met with deri

  16. Tara B says:

    Also, after the people told, He was unable to stay in some of the towns due to enormous crowds.

  17. Tara B says:

    @victoria Redig – I looked up your question and found this…From

    “Jesus did not want people focusing on the miracles He performed, but rather the message He proclaimed and the death He was going to die. The same is true today. God would rather that we be focused on the healing miracle of salvation through Jesus Christ instead of focusing on other healings and/or miracles.”

    I had heard this before, but wanted to be certain. I hope it helps. I have asked the same question years ago and thought this was a great answer.

  18. Tara B says:

    @victoria Redig – I looked up your question and found this…From

    “Jesus did not want people focusing on the miracles He performed, but rather the message He proclaimed and the death He was going to die. The same is true today. God would rather that we be focused on the healing miracle of salvation through Jesus Christ instead of focusing on other healings and/or miracles.”

  19. Tara B says:


  20. Kathy Sites says:

    @Victoria Redig…I am not a Bible scholar so this is just my thought. Jesus came to bridge the relationship gap between God and man. His first and foremost mission here was that he was the Lamb of God to take away the sin, to be the blood sacrifice. People needed to come to Him to be saved eternally not just healed in this world. He was/is more than just a side show miracle worker. People needed to follow Him into eternity not just show up once and a while for a healing or miracle. Like I said, not a Bible scholar but in my years of studies and devotions this is what I think may be the reason. People the show up for just the healing become like the seed on shallow ground. They grow fast but then there is no real foundation so the relationship doesn’t last.

  21. meg alba says:

    Praying!!!!! Delivered our third baby in March and had some scary moments.

  22. Chelsea Wilson says:

    Our faith can move mountains! Today was a great reminder to not give up on believing Jesus can heal anyone! Even my grandparents whom have been shown from the Bible how to be saved many times. Jesus can save them, I need to only have Faith that Jesus can do what He says, what more could I ask for?

  23. Victoria Redig says:

    Can anyone tell me why Jesus says to tell no one after He raises the girl from the dead and after He heals the blind men? Isn’t that the opposite of what He has asked of people to this point? Todays reading confused me.

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  26. Chandra Libby says:

    A great reminder from scripture that our faith is what gives us all that our Father has to offer.

  27. Michelle Patire says:

    Taylor where do you live?? I live in the Poconos and my sister works at Jack Frost!!! It did rain today. Unusual for winter here!

  28. Mercy says:

    @Elin A: praying for your safe pregnancy and smooth delivery. God takes you this far not to leave you. My 3rd baby was delivered 40w+2, I was super on edge and incredibly uncomfortable. I am praying for your peace and strength in these last few days. Please keep us updated.
    @Alison Lynch: praying for strong faith to go through this trial. May God go before you and clear out every obstacle in your favour.
    @Mari V: may the peace of the Lord be with you as you wait through the many hassles and ongoing unknowns of the car accident. It is rough Mari, your beloved car was robbed from you through this accident. May the Lord compensate in due time.
    @Gramsiesue: praise God for baby Jack and mommy all safe and sound.
    @K: praying for your friend’s marriage and court battles. Heartbreaking.
    @Rhonda J: such beautiful way you count your blessings, even the handicap/limitations, such a humbling gratitude. Praying for the class and your leading/teaching with your friend.
    @Libby K: may your mental anguish be healed by GOD …according to YOUR faith.
    @Kenya Rafferty: what you shared made stop on my track. Praying for guidance, may the Lord show you your true identity in Him vs. the wounded identity that causes us to please men/people- a trap. Bless your mama heart.
    @Seaching & Kelly Neo- love you dear sisters. I can’t thank you enough for inspiring me to intercede for others! Such a gift you shared and taught.

    Have a lovely weekend she’s.

  29. Mercy says:

    The Gardarene man with the legion of demons was healed in today’s reading, a life was saved from indescribable shame and torment. The Gardarene swines subsequently plunged to their death off the works of unclean spirits. “Gardarene” gives a clue from the town’s name- meaning “moving rapidly without control”. And the result of moving rapidly without control is tragic- death. Living in the rapidly moving society (works of demons) the frantic busyness that embedded into lifestyle, that is considered the culture norm, I am reminded of the shocking consequence from today’s scripture of the Gardarenes. The spirit of restlessness is the work of darkness- demons can never find the place of rest (Matt 12:43) and they cause their victims to perish physically and spiritually. Take heed!
    I had never witnessed the casting out of demons and healing UNTIL I joined my online congregation of Revelation Church (in Simi Valley California). The Lord still casts out demons and heals today through His disciples, and I am thankful to witness this every week. I watched a live service where a legion of demons were cast out of a lady and they talked back to the pastor before being cast out (videos on their church youtube channel). This is a prophetic church that functions strongly and unapologetically in the spiritual gifts of healing, miracles and deliverance. I thank God for leading me to witness such miracles.
    With God anything is possible. Be blessed dear sisters.

  30. Elin Almkvist says:

    Thank you so much for these words. I am pregnant with my second child and since Tuesday I have been so worried for mine and my baby’s health. It’s such a responsibility to be a mother. Last time I got preeclampsia in week 40+3. Now a doctor I have never met before recommends me to take a prescription pill to prevent me from getting it again.. but the pill would be putting my baby and me at risk for other really serious conditions. Please pray for me and my baby.

    I love this community so much, I have gotten prayed for before and God is so good, loving us, listening and answering our prayers ❤️

  31. Elin Almkvist says:

    Thank you so much for these words. I am pregnant with my second child and since Tuesday I have been so worried for my and my baby’s health. It’s such a responsibility to be a mother. Last time I got preeclampsia in week 40+3. Now a doctor I have never met before recommends me to take a prescription pill to prevent me from getting it again.. but the pill would be putting my baby and me at risk for other really serious conditions. Please pray for me and my baby.

  32. Jo Ann K says:


  33. Churchmouse says:

    Kelly (Neo), thank you for asking about my daughter’s friend’s little boy. He is fibrin to speak and is able to move an arm and a shoulder. He is able to walk though he requires quite a bit of assistance. His family asks that we pray that he will be able to walk on his own. They are amazed and grateful for how much healing has already occurred. His name is Lewis.

  34. Kimberly Z says:

    Today’s devotional has brought me a lot of piece and comfort. In a long season of waiting Gods promises are so much bigger than our own. Satan truly is the master manipulator. Learning to trust Gods promises can be uncomfortable if I’m being totally honest. I heard somebody say the other day that if you don’t like challenges than you like irrelevance and that’s so true. Praying for you guys to all have a great week.

  35. Dorothy says:

    I don’t know how many of you have the books or are reading some of the same parables in the other Gospels but Matthew’s version is slightly different. I remember from last year when a friend and I chronologically read through the Bible. Matthew has a legion of demons in two men instead on one — Mark and Luke both have one man with a legion of demons. I guess how things are remembered are different by everyone.

    The other thing that struck me about this story is how unlike all the other crowds and people, this crowd asked Jesus to leave and they didn’t follow Him. I have wondered why? Were they scared of Christ or the Jewish leaders or just plain scared or what? Maybe Christ needed to say, “Don’t be afraid,” (another common phrase in the Bible).

    Be blessed and don’t be afraid for God, Christ and the Holy Spirit are with you ALWAYS AND FOREVER sisters. Have a great weekend.

  36. Traci Gendron says:

    JO -I would rather walk each day with Jesus in faith and not know all the answers, than to walk through life alone. Agree 100%!

  37. Cindy Hanna says:

    In 3 of our 5 days of reading this week I noticed how Jesus was filled with compassion for the suffering of the people. In one instance it’s a leper who sought him out. On another it’s a widow passing him on the way to bury her only son. (She didn’t ask him to do anything but he acted in her behalf restoring her son) Today’s reading has him looking out over a crowd and again being filled with compassion. He loves us so much. He repeatedly worked himself to the point of exhaustion trying to help the despair and distress he encountered. What a loving savior Jesus is to us all. Take heart dear sisters…. He sees you.

  38. Jennifer Stevens says:

    Though I’ve read the story of the man possessed by Legion many times, today it struck me that Jesus had what seemed like compassion for Legion after they begged not to be sent into the abyss but into the herd of pigs. Jesus permitted them, and they obeyed. So much to consider here.

  39. Denise N says:


  40. Alison Lynch says:

    Wow such an amazing reading today! For the last four years I’ve tried to have a baby with my husband. We tried everything – yet month after month I cried as my period came. Finally in November I prayed for Jesus to restore my fertility. I told Him I could no longer do this without Him. I put a sticky note prayer next to the story of Sarai and asked God to please bless my womb. The next night I took a pregnancy test on a whim and it was positive!! God had healed me!! However we found out when we went to confirm the pregnancy at the doctors that I had type 2 diabetes and it would be a high risk pregnancy. In fact at my first ob appointment the doctor told me I will miscarry because my A1C was too high to have a viable pregnancy or carry a healthy baby to term. However, the song Same God has became my anthem and reminded me if God has blessed all these people, including myself with a true miracle, He will not turn His back on me now. I struggle daily with my faith that this pregnancy will succeed in a full term healthy baby however I am now ten weeks and every ultrasound we’ve had has shown a healthy growing baby. Please pray for my faith, that I remember that God has blessed me with a miracle and not let my unbelief ruin this beautiful time in my life.

  41. Erica Chiarelli says:

    Our faith saved us, our faith will heal us. Yes, it’s only by God’s grace, but He puts principles in place. We don’t always see it when we want but it’s part of walking by faith & not by sight.

  42. Twila Senter says:

    Hi Jo Ann, my understanding of why Jesus told the man healed of demons to go and tell others what Jesus did for him, is because the decapolos was a Gentile region of ten cities. This region sent Jesus away, but Jesus left behind an evangelist to tell the good news. In Judea Jesus didn’t want news about him to spread because the people had the misunderstanding that Messiah would deliver them from Roman rule. He didn’t want to people to push that issue before it was time for him to go to the cross

  43. Mari V says:

    Happy Friday! Good morning ☀️ BEAUTIFUL SRT she’s! May I never see my current situation (car accident and left with no car at the present moment) as a curse. I don’t want to see it that way I see it as “life”. Though my daughter and I were not physically hurt, I still feel heartbroken. A lot went into me getting that car. One of the things I’ve always told my children (late teen/young adult) while we’re still living on this earth, we are and will face many disappointments because we live in a fallen world full of fallen people. I am “that” fallen people. BUT, It doesn’t stop me from pressing forward, or blaming God, and I try not to blame others as well. It’s simply just called “life”. Most likely, my car is now considered totaled, but the adjuster, the person inspecting my car, even the other adjuster from the other party has said to me that it was a “blessing” that we were not severely injured. I found a very encouraging to hear from them. I will count my blessings that God still has me here for my children. Even though they are older. As of now, single mom, they still need me. Please and I see this again please pray that I would be wise as I’m going to start the process of getting another vehicle. I don’t like the headache that comes with it. Please pray I would be wise and once again, I’m trusting in Jehovah Jireh to provide.

  44. Cindy J says:

    It stood out to me that as Jesus “was going” “as he went on” “as they were going out “ “continued going.” May I truly see people with a heart of compassion in my goings. May I not be so self focused that I miss the kind words or deed that someone may need in my goings.

  45. Foster Mama says:

    Thank you to @VICTORIA E and @MERCY and anyone else who was praying for us….I felt it the eventual calm during the testing. And we found out Baby’s hearing is worse in some ways and better in others than we thought (if that makes sense).

    @ MERCY, your words really struck me, phrased in a way that took me even deeper in my conviction (literally had just spoken with an old friend about it!) about my response to my thoughts and my (decreasing, thank Jesus) compulsion to please others.

    “Take heed. And not just the audible voices and words of people, news, TV, music lyrics etc. that we hear, but take heed the voices inside our head. Take heed- beware what voices these are.”

  46. Regina Clinton says:

    Lord, strengthen my faith

  47. Michelle Patire says:

    Thank you again for your prayers! <3 I take them to heart.

    @Rhonda J– I am praying for your new small group. That's beautiful that you are doing this :) I pray God's wisdom and covering while He brings many to you that need encouragement in this area. May they know God cares deeply for their physical pain. May they feel comforted and seen by Him in this special way. May you see His power and might work in this group!!! In Jesus's name, amen!!

  48. Nicole V says:

    Tracy thank you for this comment. You are right Satan is a master manipulator and I have recently been struggling with a wounded identity. I pray that the Lord will help me fight this battle in the moments and am thankful that he’s already won!

  49. Kenya Rafferty says:

    Deep deep faith brought healing to all these people? Where do I still need more faith? What am I waiting on and trying to fix on my own? Probably my relationship with Josie in this new season. I want so badly to prove to her that I can still be a good mom and I want to see her acknowledge that I’m trying. Yes, I want my theee year olds approval. I guess I need to be seeking God, and not even his approval, but just his presence instead. Do I have faith that he can heal what I feel has been broken?

  50. GramsieSue says:

    Jairus and the woman both came to the feet of Jesus for healing.

    We may not have strong faith, but we do have a strong Savior, and He responds to even a touch at the hem of His garment.

    Jo, I loved your comment: “I would rather walk each day with Jesus in faith and not know all the answers, than to walk through life alone. We can go in peace, knowing He is with us and has saved us, and THAT is abundant life.”

    Praying for you Gwineth52, even your post was sprinting along. Praying you can slow your pace and abide.
    Lara-Turiya I also have to fast from social media periodically. It becomes such a time-waster, and many times I come away frustrated and tired.
    Hugs to all and prayers for a blessed weekend. And yes, Madi and Baby Jack are home and doing well. I now have 9 grandchildren to love on. ❤️

  51. Rene Savage says:

    Yes! This was a great episode. You can also watch it on the new Chosen app or YouTube

  52. Alexis Adams says:

    Such a good word, thank you!

  53. Peggy Pappas says:

    If anyone watches The Chosen, season 3 episode 5 that was just released covers this reading of Jarius and the woman who was, bleeding 12 yrs. I urge you to watch it now that you’ve read this scripture as it’s a beautiful portrayal of our Saviors compassion and love. You can view it on Angel Studios App which is free to all. It touched me powerfully. .

  54. Ramona says:

    Thank you, Rachel from Texas.

  55. Ramona says:

    Jo Ann K, I had the same thought, why would Jesus tell them not to speak of this. The only explanation I have found was because He needed the knowledge of Him to slow down. It still doesn’t make any sense to me. Anyone have an answer?

  56. Rachel from Texas says:

    @Rhonda J. I just watched that episode LAST night & then todays reading. Ah. It is SOO GOOD.

    @Jo Ann K – from what I have heard/read it’s all about what town Jesus’ is healing in. His hometown rejected him – so he did not want news of what he was doing to spread there as it would have lead to his arrest & death earlier than planned. It was also about timing – often in the book of John (I think) he states “my hour/time has not yet come”. He came with the Fathers plan and time line was important. Hope that helps!

  57. Susan Crocker says:


  58. K says:

    Jo, that is beautiful. Thank you! Praise God!
    Ladies, my friend that I mentioned right before Christmas is going through more with her ex. They are headed back to court. He sent an email accusing her of things that aren’t true. This struggle has been going on for at least 9 years. Her boys are in the middle. She said that one of the boys was crying when he came to get them. Please pray for this family! There has been so much hurt, pain and anger. Please, please pray for them. There isn’t peace for them or the boys. I am asking that they truly be drawn by God’s mercy to Him and be changed and saved even today.

  59. Kristin Sparkman says:

    Yes @jo I believe. @Libby K. Praying for you. It is so hard to let go of anger when it feel justified. But God.

  60. Jo Ann K says:

    Why did Jesus tell some people not to tell and then told others to “go back and say what God has done for you?”

  61. Tracy Mccullough says:

    What a great phrase she used in the devotional- “wounded identities”. So many people have allowed the world to define who they are and can no longer see who God created them to be. Satan is a master at deception and sin. Thank you Jesus for having the compassion to come down to our level to save us and redeem us. May I always remember that you have already rescued me from the worst – my sin condition – and now I walk in faith and belief that you will restore all things.

  62. Sharon, Jersey Girl says:

    Yes Jesus, I believe. You are able. ❤️

    Have a wonderful weekend my She sisters!

  63. Rhonda J. says:

    Good morning She’s!

    “Our condition as an opportunity!” resonates with me, but is worded better than I usually put it! I have always known that my handicap has worked for me in my career as a blessing. It has given me added knowledge I could not have from a book, it has given me understanding and empathy, and a special connection I could not otherwise have with my clients over the years, and even with other people I met randomly. I don’t know that I looked at it as a “gift,” I would much like to be healed instantly- my spine made straight, the long rod and screws disintegrate, and the constant pain vanish- But God…for now it is still an opportunity to give the glory to God! He is my daily bread and sustainer. Starting in February at church, a friend and I are teaching a “struggling with chronic pain” small group, I would love for my sisters here to pray that the class will be impactful and helpful for those that attend and that I can be lead by the Holy Spirit to have discernment and wisdom in guiding the class.

    It was really neat to see this reading today of the bleeding woman and the healing of the 12 yr. old girl played out in the chosen episode this past week! Highly recommend you watch it!! So good. Also this season in episode 2, the question was raised by a disciple that was not healed from his disability. That episode touched me in such a personal way!

  64. Jeanie Mclellan says:

    Jesus, Thank you for saving me at the cross and restoring me. I am so blessed

  65. Libby K says:

    If the faith of a woman touching Jesus’ robe can heal her, how much more can He heal the mental anguish I’m experiencing at this moment? Healing mentally has been a journey for me and I thought I had walked through it all. We’re doing a fast and praying for 21 days at church currently and on DAY 2 (DAY 2, y’all!) He brought this struggle with my mother to the forefront. It’s so difficult. I’m angry because I’m sick of being the one who adults and works through her neglect, but He asking me to. I don’t want to give the anger up because I feel like I’m entitled to it, but I know that He’s gently asking me to. Please pray that my heat will be softened and humbled.

  66. Sharon Smith says:

    May may belief be stronger than any unbelief . I lift up my doubts to You my Father and Lord. May I be filled with belief and restoration ! Faith in You and Healing by Your hand

  67. Taylor says:

    @Erica Christian thank you for your comment today. It really resonated with me and challenged me that even if things don’t turn out the way I want them too, He is still good, I am still loved, and He is still working and has my best in mind. My word for this year is Abundant. The definition that came with the word was “more than enough”. How fitting for this season of life to challenge me to see how I truly have abundant life even in the waiting. That I have more than enough and that I AM more than enough because of Jesus.

    I pray everyone has a blessed weekend <3 I am hopefully going snowboarding with a friend tomorrow, but the Poconos have been hit with warm rain so praying the slopes are open tomorrow!

  68. Lisa A says:

    Help me have faith for emotion healing.

  69. Summer Stevenson says:

    Jesus I believe !!!!!

  70. Elaine Morgan says:

    I believe dear Jesus! ❤️

  71. Christine F says:


  72. Searching says:

    Lord, may my faith be strengthened. Help me to see and be thankful for the everyday miracles that can only be from you, and to remember that you only want the best for us.

    MARIA BAER – I too go through periods of feeling disconnected, praying for the both of us.
    CHURCHMOUSE – thank you for your words for thought
    GRAMSIESUE- great news about baby Jack, and thank you for reminding us that the Lord is indeed in control. Trying to remember to pray for His will, especially when I think I know the best way that situations should turn out.
    DOROTHY – praying for you and for Finley
    AG – I’m the same way, praying for calmness in your presenting
    ALISA W – I get up extra early to be able to start with the Word, although I know that’s not the answer for everyone. And even then there are days when I’m thinking it’s not enough. Praying for wisdom in prioritizing life.
    FOSTER MAMA – just saw your request, hope the hearing test went well
    MICHELLE PATIRE – praying for guidance and wisdom
    TAYLOR – thank you for your testimony of slow and & quiet deliverance. Isn’t it wonderful to look back and see God’s work in our lives? A good reminder that He is always working in our waiting.
    DEVIN HOWELL – praying for your recovery
    TINA ❤️

    The Word before the world – thank you to the sister that posted that. I neglected to note the name but will not forget the words

  73. Victoria Flores says:


  74. Aimee D-R says:

    Father, reward my faith, forgive my doubt. In Jesus name, Amen

  75. Susan Lincks says:

    I know Jesus saves daily.

  76. Erica Christian says:

    Jesus is so good, even if. Even if nothing goes the way I hope, He is still good. His plan is good. His timing is good. I trust Him with my future because He holds it in the palm of His hand! My salvation is my miracle.

  77. Kelly (NEO) says:

    My eyes have not seen, but my ears have heard missionaries’ reports of healing of disease and even raising the dead all for the glory of God. The miracles still point people to salvation through Jesus.

    Thank You Lord for the miracle of my salvation.

    AG – peace to your presentation today

    DOROTHY – praying for little Finley

    CHURCHMOUSE – how is yoir daughter’s friend’s little boy?

    MARI V – what is the word about your car situation?

    GRAMSIESUE – how’s your grandbaby and daughter’s recovery?

    ARINA – how’s the new job going?

  78. Andrea P says:


  79. Devin Howell says:

    I have always empathized with the woman who touched the hem of Jesus’s robe, but since I had so many similar issues in recent years, that tie to her is even stronger! But, her FAITH! That one touch, if she could just reach out one…more…inch…and she KNEW Jesus could heal her! I would love to say I would be the same way, but as I’m home healing from surgery on a broken kneecap, I see where my faith is lacking day by day! This study, and becoming reacquainted with Jesus’s life and miracles, is reminding me what a miraculous God we follow and serve!

  80. Karen Johansen says:

    Amen, Jo!

  81. Jo says:

    I would rather walk each day with Jesus in faith and not know all the answers, than to walk through life alone. We can go in peace, knowing He is with us and has saved us, and that is abundant life- that is the miracle at work in my life! “Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me, Your rod and Your staff they comfort me”. Ps 23:4

  82. Rachel_espinoza says:

    Yes I want to see my struggles as opportunities for faith too