Text: John 2: 1-11
Memory verse:
“But Jesus looked at them and said to them, “With men, this is impossible, but with God, all things are possible.”
‭‭Matthew‬ ‭19‬:‭26‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

The word miracle can be used in the ordinary sense. It is used in the English language as a figure of speech. For example, people talk of miracle cups, miracle center and so forth.
Each time of the year has its own beauty. Spring is particularly rich in colour as flowers bloom. The dry and brown grass of the fields turn into beautiful green at the onset of the rainy season. These are described as miracles.
Yes, they are miracles generally speaking, but they are not in specific terms. This is because they were doing what they were created to do, according to the law of nature (Gen 1:11-12). They are natural miracles.
The birth of a child is also another natural miracle. It is called the miracle of child delivery. It is just an event occurring in the natural or ordinary course of nature (Gen 1:28).
The natural miracle can be predicted with high percentage accuracy by man, especially those who have been trained in its art. For example, climatologists can speak about the next season while the gynecologists can speak on the delivery of a child (Luke 12:56). Natural miracles follow common patterns and expected behaviours.
What then is a miracle in the true sense? It is a supernatural intervention by God in the ordinary course of nature. It is an event that involves the direct and powerful action of God, bypassing the ordinary laws of nature and defying common expectations of behaviour. For example, the turning of water into wine. It was instantaneous, unlike an aging process that results in the change of something. For water to turn to wine and suddenly was not a natural phenomenon, neither did it follow any common pattern. It was a divine intervention in the natural course of nature. When a miracle takes place, there will be a temporary suspension of the accustomed order or an interruption in the system of nature as we know it.
God is called the God of miracles and wonders. “You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples.” (Psa 77:14 NIV).
Friends, have you done all things, and your case still remains unchanged? Has your doctor told you that there is nothing more to do? Have you reached a dead end, with no other way in sight? Are you at the last second of your time? Or have you passed your time and season, and your case is called a dead case? Have you made fruitless efforts to break away from negative family, health, financial, or health patterns? If ‘yes’, you need a miracle!

Prayer points
1. Father, please, reveal Yourself to me during this season as the God of miracles in Jesus’ name.
2. Father, please visit me and perform a miracle in my life during this season as I wait on You in Jesus’ name.

Today’s declarations
1. My case is not closed yet because I believe in the God of miracles and awesome wonders.
2. Irrespective of how I feel, what science says, or what is the common pattern, I believe that God still performs miracles.