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Miracles Don't Happen To Me

Miracles happen every day? The past month, I have been praying for a miracle. (The miracle is too personal to write here). I've been crying myself to sleep because I'm hurting alot. So miracles don't happen.

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Ken hood, why would God give a hundred dollars for you to get away braking the law? that does not make sense.
Was it God putting that money there? if it was, why did you allow SIN to steal Gods blessing?
---Andy on 5/4/09

getting ready to go to town I found $100 strangely in my wallet . I drove in , was picked up speeding & fined $100 ! Note I did not pray . This was since I accepted all humans will finally enjoy endless life so it must be true .! Corinthians 15 : 22 ,26
---ken_hood on 5/2/09

for god to call you out of darken and into the light is a miracle in itself. its also a miracle that you accepted god into your life. you have to remeber that we were on our way to hell and we were seperated from our creator. the bible says dont be happy because the demons are subject to you, but rejoyce that your name is in the book of life.
god has given you another day to praise him and worship him. everyday you go to work, on the way there god kept his hands on you. you could have been killed in an accident, heart attack, stroke. rejoyce and give the god the glory he could have died in your sins before you were saved, give god the glory.... god bless
---batieste on 3/13/09

YES, miracles do happen! Stop your crying. Evidently what you are praying for is not God's will, at least NOT NOW. So dry UP!
---catherine on 3/13/09


Thank you. Don't worry, I am not easily offended. Since there is a thin line between inspired confidence and presumptuous arrogance, it's easy for me (and others as well) to mistake one for the other. And on these blogs, there is much of both. (For example, a false prophet who says he is a prophet sounds much like a true prophet who says the same thing).

I have been saved 32 years, and have read the Bible through several times, and studied it much and gained much wisdom from it. (I am not saying this to brag, since none of us has the right to do so, and doing so can lead to presumptuous arrogance - something also common to the immature who think they know everything, but have not yet learned how foolish that belief is.)
---StrongAxe on 3/12/09

StrongAxe - I apologize if I hurt you in any way with my statement, I was just sharing with you what God has shown me throughout the years. Please do yourself a favor, and not only read and study the Bible, but also ask God to reveal His mysteries, secrets, and wisdom to you. I guarantee that you will grow so much spiritually. God bless.
---Leslie on 3/12/09


I don't presume to claim that I am more spiritual or mature than others - I leave such judgments to others who are in a better (and less biased) position to do so than I am.

However, in matters about which the Bible actually speaks, I usually quote scriptures rather than personal opinions - so others can easily see whether or not what I say lines up with the Bible or not.

In matters about which the Bible does NOT speak, however, your opinion is as good as mine, since neither one of us can claim that what we say lines up with what the Bible say (since it says nothing).
---StrongAxe on 3/10/09


Yes. You are definitely right in this case.

That is why I pointed out that many people are confused about the two uses of "wait" (because it often comes up in discussions such as this), but I did not single out this particular passage as one of those to which such confusion applies :)
---StrongAxe on 3/9/09

Miracles do happen every day. Many miracles occurred during the time it took to read this message.

You are a miracle yourself. Your unique design and personality is a miraculous formation of God within you.

Sometimes life can get us down. We seek for miracles that are not the will of God. Faith is simply trusting the Lord. We make demands of Him and when He says no we get bitter.

Trusting that the Lord knows what is best for us is the foundation of faith.
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---Pastor_Richard on 3/7/09

StrongAxe: That is an interesting distinction. You might be onto something. Food for thought and prayer:).
---jody on 3/7/09

I want to make a suggestion. Find a verse that applies to what you are asking for. Post that verse everywhere so you constantly see it and it gets planted deep inside you. This helps fight doubt which causes you not to recieve. Remember from daniel the angel had to fight the prince of persia to bring daniel that answered prayer
---Julie on 3/7/09

Hey, Judy, maybe you need to stop looking for a miracle and just be a miracle to someone else. That will revolutionize your spiritual life.

To those who have been saved for x amount of years.....
The years only tell how long you have been on the road not how far you have gone.
---Elder on 3/6/09

StrongAxe - I have been saved 21 years, however, the number of years does not matter. You can be saved 50 years and still act and understand like a 15 year old spiritually. I have asked for God's wisdom and understanding of things, as well as His secrets and mysteries. I probably know more than you spiritually, however, that is not important. What is important is that what I have said lines up with the Bible. The Holy Spirit will teach you what are God's secrets and mysteries, the Bible says. All of them line up with the Bible, because Holy Spirit ALWAYS lines up with the Bible. Ask God to reveal these things to you, and you will see I am right.
---Leslie on 3/6/09


Probably, according to what you say, many "waiting" passages could be misunderstood.

The scripture I used was

Isa 30:18 And therefore will the LORD wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: for the LORD [is] a God of judgment: blessed [are] all they that wait for him.
---Donna66 on 3/6/09


I was born again 32 years ago. How long have you been born again?


There is a common confusion in the English language spoken in the US. Many people do not know the distinguish "wait for" and "wait on". For example, when I go to a restaurant, the server "waits on" me, but I "wait for" the food to arrive. So "waiting on the Lord" refers to devoting your entire attention to make sure that the Lord's wants and needs are met - rather than waiting for time to pass. (Of course, often "waiting on", may also include "waiting for", but that is not its prime meaning).
---StrongAxe on 3/6/09

StrongAxe - You CAN know the difference between a "No" and "Wait" answer. When you become "born again", the Holy Spirit now dwells inside of you. The Holy Spirit speaks to your spirit on these things. You will know what the answer is because Holy Spirit will reveal it to you. These answers are ALL very much Biblical. Scripture speaks of these thing throughout. Read the Bible. Many people were told "yes" by God. Many people were told "no" by God. Many people were told "wait" by God. In fact, the Bible says when you wait on the Lord, you will renew your strength.
---Leslie on 3/5/09

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Waiting on the Lord is VERY scriptural. It is commanded many times in Scripture. Americans, especially, don't ever like to wait for anything.

Isa 30:18 And therefore will the LORD wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: for the LORD [is] a God of judgment: blessed [are] all they that wait for him.

Many times a Christian isn't sure if he should wait or accept "no". I say, if you wait, God will eventually let you know if the answer is "no".
---Donna66 on 3/5/09

Hebrews 10:38 Now the just shall live by faith: but if any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure in him.

(That also means they will die without it!)

Hebrews 3:14-19 For we are made partakers of Christ, if we hold the beginning of our confidence steadfast unto the end, While it is said, Today if you will hear his voice, harden not your hearts, as in the rebellion. For who, when they had heard, did rebel? did not all that came out of Egypt by Moses? But with whom was he grieved forty years? was it not with them that had sinned, whose bodies fell in the wilderness? And to whom swore he that they should not enter into his rest, but to them that believed not? So we see that they could not enter in because of unbelief.
---exzucuh on 3/5/09


Many people use the "yes, no, and wait" line, but is there actually a scriptural basis for it?

In any case, if nothing happens, it's very difficult to tell the difference between "no" and "wait", so we have no way of knowing whether we should keep praying, or whether doing so is just a futile exercise of knocking on a door that will remain closed.
---StrongAxe on 3/4/09

God's answers are always in one of three forms: Yes, No, and Wait. Yes = your miracle is on the way. No = you are not able to handle it, or God does not want to give it to you, because you are not in NEED of it (ie: sports car, or big house). Wait = God is going to give it to you, but not now. Praise God as you wait - praise activates it. Your FAITH level also determines God's answer. If you doubt you CANCEL out your miracle. Speak ONLY what the Bible says (ie: need healing -speak "By His stipes I was healed" - notice that "was" is in the past tense, so if you were, you are (present tense).
---Leslie on 3/4/09

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Maybe you have just been praying for a answer to prayer. Miracles are instantaneous, or you are delivered from an addiciton or healing. But when I got healed from indrometriosis, it didn't just happen right away, God would heal me every month alittle bit for 6 months and then he healed me completely. If he had healed me right away, I would not have learned about standing on the word. God said "When you have done all that you can do, STAND" God also said "If you doubt, you will receive NOTHING from the Lord. Doubting God is not trustingt God and calling him a liar.
---Janine_Henschel on 3/2/09

**Pick at me, all you want to. For you are doing un to Jesus, not me.**

No, I'm not, and God assured me I was not, and He told me to tell you so.

Don't you just HATE it when others don't confirm your self-conferred spiritual superiority?
---katavasia on 3/2/09

yes God does work miracles today but you have to pray have faith, and put it in his hands and leave it there and claim it.keep praying ,sometimes miracles don,t happen right away ,some times god tests our faith and endurance to see if we truely believe he can work a miracle for us.tears is a language god understands so its ok to cry out to him.this gets his attention,he sees that you believe he has the power of answering your prayer.I've had God perform miracles in my life and believe me he can .Judy
---judy on 3/1/09

**For you are doing un to Jesus, not me.**

God warned me you would say that, and assured me that I'm not, and told me to tell you so.
---katavasia on 2/28/09

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I agree with mima that Jesus probably cried at the process he was witnessing around Him. Much unbelief.
---jody on 2/27/09


You say that I am picking at you, and that by doing so, I am picking on Jesus.

And as long as your words are your own (rather than quotes from scripture), I am questioning your words only, not Jesus's words. Especially since your words in the previous post directly contradicted his.

But you are right - arguing on here is pointless, it generally accomplishes nothing (since neither side ever convinces the other), and protracted argument just fosters an unfriendly atmosphere that either scares away outsiders, or even worse, brings us all under ridicule (see Romans 2:24)
---StrongAxe on 2/27/09

God warned me a long time ago not to get on here and argue. Pick at me, all you want to. For you are doing un to Jesus, not me.
---catherine on 2/27/09


You said Note: Lazarus was not dead brcause he was resuscitated, by Jesus. This DIRECTLY contradicts what Jesus said:

John 11:14
"Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus is dead."

Lazarus was not merely unconscious so that Jesus could resuscitate him, as people do today in emergency wards (even for people who have been clinically dead for up to 5 minutes). He had been in the grave for 4 days and started to rot.

To paraphrase Monty Python: Lazarus was dead. Deceased. Gone to his maker. Ceased to be.

Jesus did not merely recuscitate him - he fully raised him from the dead.
---StrongAxe on 2/27/09

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You still haven't answered whether or not you would have told Jesus to stop weeping or not.
---StrongAxe on 2/27/09

You must stop your nagging and picking....Facing the death of His friend Lazarus, Jesus did not react with a DETACHED RESIGNATION but was moved to tears of compassion by the pain death had left in its WAKE. Note: Lazarus was not dead brcause he was resuscitated, by Jesus.
---catherine on 2/26/09


Yes, Lazarus was a friend of Jesus's. But I ask again, would you have chastized Jesus and told him not to weep?

If the answer to this question is "yes", it means that you think you know better than God what he should do.

If the answer to this question is "no", it means that you're holding us mere mortals to higher standards than you hold God to.

In either case, the implications are not pretty.
---StrongAxe on 2/25/09

You will probably get lots of contradictory advice on this question. Miracles do happen, but not too often...otherwise they wouldn't be called miracles.
It is OK to cry to the Lord in your distress.
David did. But don't try to tell God how to solve your problem. We all have a tendancy to do this. Most often it's when we loosen our grip... and turn the situation over to God that the answer comes.
Concentrate on other things.

God knows you. He knows what is best for you...and what will bring you peace and joy, eventually.Psa 84:11 For the LORD God [is] a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good [thing] will he withhold from them that walk uprightly.
---Donna66 on 2/25/09

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One day while praying and pondering this question I believe the reason Jesus wept was revealed to me as being the unbelieve of the Jews standing by. And so for that reason I agree with this answer by Catherine.

"Jesus also wept at their unbelief".
---catherine on 2/25/09
---mima on 2/25/09


Probably because Jesus was fully human, just like the rest of us, and experienced emotions, just like the rest of us - including grief.
---StrongAxe on 2/25/09

"Jesus also wept at their unbelief".
---catherine on 2/25/09

**I don't tell God He tells me. He uses this word "must" a lot with me.**

God told me to tell you that you've been listening to an imposter.
---katavasia on 2/25/09

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Lazarus was a friend of Jesus'. He also, weeped to show His side of humanity. Note: There are other sides to God. There were other sides to Jesus who is God.
---catherine on 2/25/09

---StrongAxe post raises an interesting question, why did Jesus weep? He can not be weeping because Lazarus was dead simply because Jesus who knew everything knew that he was going to raise Lazarus from the dead, so again what was causing Jesus to weep?? Any ideas?
---mima on 2/25/09

(The reason you cannot get a miracle is that God knows before you ask, that you will give up and not believe as you have said, by your last statement.)

James 1:6-8 But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

Luke 1:37 For with God nothing shall be impossible.

Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

(Diligently seek him and endure to the end and be willing to accept his will in your life not yours. You will see a Miracle!)
---exzucuh on 2/24/09

To Strongax...I don't tell God He tells me. He uses this word "must" a lot with me. What do you suppose being Christ-like means. You won't ever, ever, know until you get close to Him. Christ-like, most have not a clue what those words means. Too many hypocrites! God is not into all this gooogle, oh you poor thing, as the false preachers-prophets proclaims.
---catherine on 2/24/09

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After Jesus was informed of Lazarus's death, Jesus wept. Would you also have told Jesus to stop his crying?
---StrongAxe on 2/24/09

Romans 8:28 And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who all called according to His purpose. Trust Him in this. Several times things have happened to me, but in time, they worked out for good. I stand firm on this wonderful promise. I've learned not to ask God why because I believe in this scripture. Also, when two of His children are involved, the promise is working for both of them. I was taught this by going through some situations with other Christians. The Father loves you and wants what is best for you. I pray your miracle is in accordance with God's will and that you receive it. See Phil 4:6,7
---Bob on 2/23/09

You must stop your crying. God wants you to learn to trust Him. If you are truly born-again you are required to suffer. In God's timing, you will see one. I must ask, what is God doing while you are going through such pain? You will pull through, if you truly belong to Him. Can't you feel His power? That too can hurt. Later He will help you to understand much more.
---catherine on 2/23/09

Just wait God will have a plan, you just need to have trust in Him and show Him that you have faith in Him and He will answer your prayers
---Fran on 2/22/09

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Wait God will have a plan, you just need to have trust in Him and show Him that you have faith in Him and He will answer your prayers.

Miracles do happen to ordianry people like me and u,
I started to pray to God recently for help and guidance in finding my faith. Then something happened to me, I began to see things differently, I began to find comfort in my Bible and faith was no longer something that I sneered at but something that I lived, something that mattered to me.

God works wonders everyday of your life, i know right now you may not see the good in people and things because of your problem (whatever it is) but in time you will see the miracles that God performs everyday.

Just have patience and keep smiling :)
---Fran on 2/22/09

Miracles happen, but you have to understand that God is your ultimate Father. As a child you might want to play with fire crackers or drink cherry flavoured liquor, but any decent father would say no, no matter how much you begged. Your Father in Heaven is even more so and by His standards, you will never be a "grown up".

May be you are asking for the wrong miracle. Change the question and ask God what He wants for you and put your trust in Him.
---lorra8574 on 8/30/07

Check with Peter Rookey and the Miracle Prayer he calls can find him on line.
He has prayed with many and many have had there prayers answered. i have. I was healed of a lump in my breast. My aunt was healed of Heart Arrhythmia. Praise to God and a 90 year old man I know he works through...known as " a man of Miracles"
God bless You! And never stop praising and asking God to help you and heal you!
---Lisa on 8/30/07

If God woke you up this morning,that's a miracle. Do you have food to eat,roof over your head? That's a miracle. Do you have a job,shoes on your feet? That's a miracle. Yes---miracles do happen everyday. You need to just look around. Someone is worse off than you. Learn to praise God for the little things.You will find thousands of little miracles he performs for you, daily. Be encouraged beloved. Give God the glory He so richly deserves.
---Robyn on 8/30/07

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Hi, I don't know if the original writer will still see this but I hope so. I received a most wonderful miracle but it was not at all the miracle I had asked for--it was BETTER! :) The miracle of acceptance and even thanking Him for what I thought He was denying me--believe me, that's a miracle in my life! :)
---Mary on 8/30/07

this is not true i know how you feel i am in great pain and also i have been praying for a miracle miracles come in different way and sometimes you must keep faith for a long time before you see the miracle dont give up hope it will happen in jesus times not in yours put the problem in his hands and trust
---susie on 8/30/07

Christian Science merged into Word Faith practices. It mixed error with Scripture.
God's Word is the original and we don't need to throw out miracles because error entered into the church. Mental exercises are not the same as believing God for a miracle.
---Gabrielle on 4/1/07

If doctors have told you there is no hope for you medically, get your affairs in order, you can always find HOPE in God.

..They cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and He saves them out of their distresses. He sent His Word and healed hem, and delivered them from their destruction.
Psalm 107:19,20
---Gabrielle on 4/1/07

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Cry out to God and ask Him to send His Word to you.
So shall MY Word be that goes forth out of My Mouth; it shall not return unto Me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I send it. Isaiah 55:11
When God sends you His Word, find Hope in it. Have faith in it.
---Gabrielle on 4/1/07

Just wanted to let you know I'm praying for you, judy.

---augusta on 3/12/07

Don't fret over not getting a miracle in the time frame you WANT it. God will give you your miracle when it is the right time. God knows what he is doing so just trust him. A lot of times I believe we miss out on our blessings because we don't have faith. You should not stress over it just pray to God and accept your healing right now even if you don't see it yet. I pray you find peace.
---A._Cobb on 3/12/07

I didn't know there was an earlier "Raine". I don't believe pain makes you stronger. Losing an arm or a leg doesn't make you stronger. It sends many people into depression. Similar to what catherine described, so much so, you can barely raise your head to speak. The Bible says when we are weak, He is Strong.
Miracles do happen.
---Raine on 3/12/07

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Miracles, Jesus is still at work. YES.
---catherine on 3/12/07

God knows what is best for us, so He does not always do a miracle. His ways are past understanding.
---Helen_5378 on 3/12/07

I thought of one a very good one. One night Satan was pounding my mind something awful. I layed down on my bed. I barely had the strength to ask God in the name of Jesus to help me. All of a sudden, I saw Jesus standing there and His hand was stretched out toward my head and it was like something [fire] perhaps beams, Anyways, Satan left instantly. I was so amazed, thank you seemed so shallow.
---catherine on 3/12/07

MIracles do happen and all prayers are answered. But beware, the answers are what God feels is best for you, not necessarily what you think will help.

Rethink what you are doing. Pray to God to guide you through this difficult time. Ask Him what He wants for you, and how you can accomplish this? You might wish to check out the Footprints poem (it is on the web too).
---lorra8574 on 3/11/07

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miracles do happen the greatest is the strength to cope when things go seemingly wrong,I am 60 in last 4byesars have lost both a husband and a daughter, am also deaf disabled and in pain,but GOD NEVER LEAVESXme,that is a miracle greater than jheraling greater than no bereavements look to god claim his strtength daily that is your miracle
---doree4573 on 3/11/07

Miracles are all around us, but it is us whom are blinded to see. God has a reason for everything he does. Remember in the bible that Lazuras was dead and Martha came to Jesus to tell him? Well Jesus said, Martha show me the grave, but she said, Lord you don't understand he has been there four days, he stinketh. remember God may have been four days late, but he was still on time. Don't give up on you seeking God on this, for he is always on time.
---Rebecca_D on 3/11/07

Sometimes we pray for what we want and forget to ask God if He wants us to have it. When my mother was deathly sick to the point of death, I asked Father, how should I pray? Should I pray and ask you to take her home? or should I pray and ask you to heal her? He began to give me scriptures on healing and I read them to her day and night. Ask Father God first if it's His will for you to have this. What specifically are you asking for? It may not be His will for you to have it at this time.
---Donna9759 on 7/25/06

Some advice that was once told me, the reason why a certain miracle doesn't happen is because I am not looking for it. So I learned to "look" for the miracle.
---Rebecca_D on 7/24/06

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Susie, my words of advice were for Judy and not for you. I was very much touched by what "you" wrote. I remember clearly how God dealed with me in my most troubled time. thank you for your words, it is always good to look to the past and remember how we got to where we are now, and the work God did for us then and doing now. It keeps our faith stronger and stronger.
---Lupe2618 on 7/21/06

3. our prayers many times are corrupted and we don't realize it, yet God does and as for me, I can look back and see the work that God did for me when I needed so bad. Susie is correct that sometimes it takes time for an answer. To others it could happen right away. Trust in the Lord and try very hard to not look at your circumstances but believe that in Christ, you will see the will of God for your circumstance.
---Lupe2618 on 7/21/06

2. many times we pray for a spouse that we love, and that does not come true for us. We are disappoint that God didn't answer our prayer but many times He knows why that person is not meant for you. He might be trying do allow you to meet someone that is perfect for you. Many cases people pray for a guy, and then find out it was the wrong guy. They mistake because of many reasons and later pay the consequences for not waiting on the Lord.
---Lupe2618 on 7/21/06

Susie, I am in full agreement with you. When I wanted a miracle in my life, I did not see one. At a time of distress we want things to happen right now. Our pain is so much that we know God is there but nothing is happening. As time goes by we look back as to what God was doing in our troubles and how we got through it all and we see the work of God as perfect for that circumstance. Do not be deceive as some teach that you get what you want. That is not God's way. you receive what knows it best for you
---Lupe2618 on 7/21/06

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Sometimes we ask for a miracle that is not in God's will. Sometimes he gives us the answer we want so that he can show us what we wanted was not what we needed. Sometimes he works a miracle quickly. Sometimes it takes years. But, God is always an on time God. I will pray for you to see what God's will is in this situation. God bless you!
---Susie on 7/21/06

What type of miracle would you want? The type that would ease your pain? Normally in our pain we neglect what is given us everyday - OUR STRENGTH! May you realize that your pain makes you more stronger!
---Raine on 7/20/06

Judy:The greatest miracle which we don't see is the one of Trust in Him.He knows our needs, & sees our pain,but he knows best & that is what you do not see.I do no know what miracle is it you seek, but I would advise you to pray for His will to be done, & ask for solace in your hour of need as that will bring you peace in your troubled mind & heart. His love is infinite & He knows best."Come to me all who are laboured --I will refresh."
---Emcee on 7/20/06

Judy, God has heard your prayer, and He holds each tear in His hand. Keep looking to Him. Ask Him to help you see the process, the work He is doing in and through you. He is always faithful and good to His children. Let the pain of the moment help you to look forward to the great joy of eternity with Him.
---daphn8897 on 7/20/06

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You are being put through the fire as David and his friends. Trust in the Lord with all your mind, soul and body; lean not on your own understanding why your miracle has not happened because your mind is not his, you dont know what he has planned for you - - yet; in all your ways continue to acknowledge him; find a place to pray out loud not with just your mind, but with your mouth. He knows your true desires of your heart.
---Steven on 7/20/06

Dear Judy, I don't know why you're having such a hard time now, but remember that God sees and counts your tears. You're in awfully good company. The Psalmist said Psalm 6:6
I am weary with my groaning; all the night make I my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears.

Psalm 39:12
Hear my prayer, O LORD, and give ear unto my cry; hold not thy peace at my tears...

Psalm 56:8
Thou tellest my wanderings: put thou my tears into thy bottle: are they not in thy book?
---Jack on 7/20/06

Remember Jesus prayed to the Father, "Not my will but thine be done."
Remember Abraham didn't withhold his only son from the Lord. Neither did God withhold His Only Begotten Son from the world.
The wicked say, "Show me and I'll believe you God."
God says, "Believe me and I'll show you."
---Elder on 7/20/06

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