Tireless Miracle Worker

“Miracle” defined:  An event occurs without any explanation through natural or scientific law.  Conclusion:  God’s love results in many miracles.


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From the unknown darkness, nothing of worth

God creates the lofty heavens and this earth


Tireless miracle worker

Witness God’s interventions

Lives transformed by His love

Never bound by earthly limitations


Too old one says, Abraham’s Sarah bears a son

Isaac will lead a nation with a Godly destination


God’s faithful Grace flows freely

His hands at work, all around us

Miracles arrive in many forms

Inspecting God’s handiwork, forever trust


With Pharaoh’s army closing in on the Red Sea

God shows He truly is God, forever this will be


Always trust in our Lord

When we begin to lose hope

He bolsters our shaky faith

God remains near, never remote


In the lion’s den, Daniel faces impossible odds

Power of prayer covers and protects his cause


Through our Lord and Savior, Jesus

God brings forth miracles, never few

Remember them and share them

God’s infinite love brings a new view


To a lost people, witness the birth of a Holy Son

Jesus, the Messiah, He will always be the One

affection baby barefoot blur

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From John 10:32:  “Jesus replied, ‘I have shown you many good works from the Father.  For which of these are you going to stone me?'”

17 thoughts on “Tireless Miracle Worker

  1. I loved the “tireless” in the title. Made me pause a while and imagine the potential of what could be achieved when you are backed up by a Tireless Miracle Worker. I have time and again encountered the miracle power of Jesus and can testify to Him being truly tireless.

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