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1 - READ THE WORD
The door to miracles
"Ask, and it will be given you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you. For everyone who asks receives, and everyone who searches finds, and for everyone who knocks, the door will be opened. Is there anyone among you who, if your child asks for bread, will give a stone?"
2 - Reflect
God opens the heavens. Many times I have experienced the greatness of God's love in the midst of a storm, in situations of desolation where no one understood my anguish, He showed His unconditional love towards my life. In the middle of the desert of your problems God is working, he works in your health, in your finances, in your projects, in your life. Only sometimes it is difficult for us to see it. There is a biblical story of those that have an impact at the right moment.
Do you remember the story of Abraham and Sarah? They wanted to have a child for many years, but Sara was sterile. I imagine they would have felt a lot of sadness, a lot of loneliness, but they were still trusting, they kept believing and one of God's characteristics is that He keeps His promises and never ever keeps anything. He rewarded their faith, rewarded their trust and gave them their son Isaac at a hundred years of age.
If you are going through that misunderstood desert, through that terrifying storm where you feel alone and you feel that no one can help you, I want to remind you that we have a God of miracles that are misunderstood by us but reasonable to Him. A God who loves us so much that He does not judge our condition, but blesses and honors our intention. Base your faith on actions, empower yourself with His word and take what belongs to you as His heir. God is still the same and your miracle is already at the door you just have to knock.
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