Miracles.

I love hearing about miracles. . .talking and testifying about them.

I love it. . .when we personally experience miracles.

I love writing and teaching about miracles.  In fact, during the past week we’ve talked about miracles on two of our Rich Thoughts For Breakfast calls.

I spend a lot of time ruminating about miracles.  Now ruminating is a good word when it comes to miracles.

Ruminating means:

“think deeply about something; think about, contemplate, consider, meditate on, muse on, mull over, ponder on/over, deliberate about/on, chew on.

My faith is always looking for God's next "suddenly."

When our faith and the ability of God intersect . . .miracles manifest.

Acts 19:11-12 in the New King James Version says:

Miracles attract attention.

Miracles point the sincere to Jesus.

Miracles lead the lost to their Savior.

Miracles are often verbally desired but seldom spiritually expected.

There is no such thing as a surprise miracle. . .you believe for it. . .pray for it and yes, you must expect it to manifest.

We must place our focus and expectation on miracle manifestation.  We must always be ready for a defining moment. . .so we never let it passes us by.

Here are seven keys for your miracle focus.

Over the years we’ve taught that money is for movement.  Money is a magnifier.  Money reveals the heart of the person who possesses it.

Let’s discuss the real purpose of money and how it’s to be used for the building of God’s Kingdom.

Pastor Rick Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life, said:

“Being reminded about the incredible power of God's love, and living as He intended, is the most powerful motivation to change.”

Living as God intended.

Did God intend for us to spend our lives being broke and living from paycheck to Prozac?  Not at all.

Psalm 112:3 in the King James Versions personalized says:

“Wealth and riches shall be in <<Your Name>> house: and her righteousness endureth forever.”

Proverbs 10:22 in Classic Amplified Bible personalized says:

Words from Harold and Bev

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Harold Herring

Never let your circumstances define your destiny.  Rather create the circumstances that will assure your destiny.

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Bev Herring

Never allow anyone other than God to determine your worth and value.