From Venezuela to the Canary Islands, from a laundry to the Royal House. Yukonda Esparragoza shares her experience of living “miracle after miracle”.
In the midst of our storms, whether global or local, universal or personal,we need to bring our anxieties to the One who rebuked the wind and the waves.
Pray that God will give you the faith, persistence and determination to keep on praying, even when we seem to be getting no response.
None of God’s children can be mistreated or feel unimportant, even if they only have five loaves of bread.
“Why not come and listen to Jesus, I have heard amazing things about Him, maybe He will make you feel better”.
We see three very different people and situations, but in each case Jesus taught us something wonderful about compassion, faith and hope.
A Cuban pastor started using it on social media, after a pro-regime theologian appeared on national television denying the miracles of Jesus Christ.
He often used the opportunity to heal someone as a practical way of teaching us something else.
Jesus used the opportunity to heal someone as a practical way of teaching us something else.
Being healed physically or not is not promised; but what Jesus does is to bring healing to our souls, restoring us. calling us “daughter”, calling us “son”.
A survey among members of the EKD mainline church confirms the advance of theological liberalism.
Rationalism and its corresponding Protestant theology, Higher Criticism (or Historical Criticism), have created a theological and spiritual desert condemning European Protestantism to complete irrelevance.
Why Scripture refuses to separate the theological from the historical.
It turns out that Mr. Hume’s anti-miraculous arguments aren’t as brilliant as they once seemed.
It’s my opinion that embracing the reality of an originator behind the not so uncommon miracles infinitely adds to our existence. Why would we watch life in black and white and on mute when we could watch it full coloured with stereo sound?