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Topical Study on Miracles Miracles are powerful, extraordinary acts of God intended to create, to heal, to save, to attest divine authority, or to anticipate the coming of shalom. Physicians Believe in Miracles Sermon Illustration by David A Slagle Sermon Illustration by David A Slagle Topics: Miracles , Miracle , Study , Belief Source: Preaching Today A sermon illustration with results from a survey of physicians. Most of them, it turns out, believe in miracles. Corresponds with Ephesians 3:20-21, John 10:38, John 14:11, and other texts about God's miraculous works. We Call It A Miracle Audio/Video by Peter Horton Audio/Video by Peter Horton Topics: Miracle , Faith , Hope , Video Source: WingClips Highlighting themes of hope, miracles, and faith, this video clip from the film "The Cure" illustrates God's ability to miraculously heal as a doctor reminds a child that people throughout history have been cured unexplainably. The Royal Official’s Request for a Miracle Sermon Starter/Outline by Steven Reilly Sermon Starter/Outline by Steven Reilly Topics: Miracle , Honor , Belief , God's Presence Source: ePriest Steven Reilly's sermon starter on John 4:43-54 cautions against looking for God's activity only in spectacular events, rather than recognizing "the quiet and small ways" in which God's presence is made known. Available also in Spanish.... A Miracle That Kept on Giving Devotional Devotional Topics: Miracle , Love , Trust , Jesus Source: ePriest This devotional on Jesus' feeding of thousands (John 6:1-15) emphasizes trusting God in the face of great challenges and being willing to contribute our part to further God's work. Sacrifices Yield Miracles Sermon Illustration by Elisabeth Elliot Sermon Illustration by Elisabeth Elliot Topics: Miracles , Miracle , Sacrifice Source: Preaching Today Elisabeth Elliot said, "Personal sacrifice paves the way for God's miracles." A quotation appropriate for Philippians 3:7-8. Wrestling with Miracles Article by Clay Carlson Article by Clay Carlson Topics: Miracles , Miracle , Science , Nature Source: Reformed Journal In this article, Clay Carlson, a Christian scientist, wrestles with why God intervenes "supernaturally" in a natural order already filled with miraculous wonder. Carlson concludes that our hope rests in God doing the impossible for us. Remember the Miracle Devotional by Christie Purifoy Devotional by Christie Purifoy Topics: Miracle , Life , Renewal , Reconciliation Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling In this reflection based on 2 Corinthians 5:11-21, Christie Purifoy shares about a miraculous food allergy healing as an illustration for new life in Christ. The Miracle Stealer Children's Sermon by Neil Connelly Children's Sermon by Neil Connelly Topics: Miracle , Faith , Healing , Belief Source: Storypath Neil Connelly tells the story of a six-year-old boy who is reputed to have miraculous healing powers, and his nineteen-year-old sister who tries to prove otherwise. The Real Secrets of the Universe Element of Worship by Joan Stott Element of Worship by Joan Stott Topics: Miracle , Forgiveness , Joy , Sin Source: The Timeless Psalms Joan Stott offers a call to worship, a prayer of confession, and a personal meditation on Psalm 32 reflecting on the miracle, the "real secret of the universe," of God's forgiveness and the subsequent joy. The Miracle and Mystery of Prayer Devotional by Mark D Roberts Devotional by Mark D Roberts Topics: Miracle , Prayer , God , Mystery Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling Isaiah 38:1-6 offers a strange situation. It seems like God changed plans! Hezekiah receives the message that he will die soon. In response, he prays, and God answers him. "You will have 15 more years." How? Where do you experience God? Well, answer me. Article by Pete Enns Article by Pete Enns Topics: Miracle , EXPERIENCE , Journey , Spirituality Source: Pete Enns Pete Enns's blog post reflects on the question, "Where do you experience God?" Often we either deny the importance of experience or think only miracles count, but God is far more pervasive in our lives. What Do We Really Take Seriously? Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Miracle , Healing , Sin Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection In this sermon, Arthur Landwehr looks at the purpose and message of Jesus' healing miracle in Mark 2:1-12. Jesus knew that both sin and sickness are real, and that they are sometimes intertwined in unexpected ways. The Capacity for Miracles Sermon (Complete) by Arlan P Dohrenburg Sermon (Complete) by Arlan P Dohrenburg Topics: Miracle , Christmas , Healing , Pharisees Source: Theological Commons (Princeton Theological Seminary) A recording of a Christmas sermon by Arlan P. Dohrenburg on John 9:1-41. Dohrenburg suggests that miracle stories, like John's account of Jesus healing a man born blind, encapsulate the dramatic intervention that characterizes Christmas. The Ego and the Miracle Sermon (Complete) by Joanna M Adams Sermon (Complete) by Joanna M Adams Topics: Miracle , Elisha Source: A Sermon for Every Sunday Joanna Adams' sermon on 2 Kings 5:1-14 points out that Naaman had not just a physical problem but an ego problem. Perhaps the greatest task we have is to let go and receive God's gifts. (Length:... Filled to the Brim Commentary/Exegesis by Pamela A. Lewis Commentary/Exegesis by Pamela A. Lewis Topics: Miracle Source: The Living Church In this reflection on John 2:1-12, Pamela Lewis uses Jesus' miracle at Cana to help us to see ourselves as both the guests and the ones needing transformation. Seeking Unbreakable Connections Sermon (Complete) by Ken Kesselus Sermon (Complete) by Ken Kesselus Topics: Miracle , Epiphany , Marriage , Love Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on John 2:1-11, Ken Kesselus reflects on the miracle at the wedding in Cana, what it reveals about God’s transforming power, and marriage as a metaphor for God’s unity with his people. Commentary on 1 Kings 17:8-16 Commentary/Exegesis by Lisa Thompson Commentary/Exegesis by Lisa Thompson Topics: Miracle , Revelation , God's Will Source: Working Preacher This commentary on 1 Kings 17:8-16 encourages us to pay attention to the gaps in this miracle story by focusing on the active role of the widow in the story. A Miracle of Liturgical Art (new church near Moscow) Image by Andrew Gould Image by Andrew Gould Topics: Miracle , Church , Art Source: Global Worship Architect Andrew Gould writes about the Church of the Protection of the Mother of God at Yasenevo, Moscow, incorporating replicas of every Jerusalem holy site, without any major donors and using mostly nonprofessional workers. The Spirit Enlarges Our Hearts Sermon (Complete) by Richard Conrad Sermon (Complete) by Richard Conrad Topics: Miracle , Food , Grace Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars Richard Conrad reflects on a number of biblical feeding miracles, pausing to consider the ways in which even our mundane food and drink are actually miraculous expressions of grace. You Don’t Need More Faith Devotional by Mark D Roberts Devotional by Mark D Roberts Topics: Miracle , Faith , Faithfulness Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This reflection from Mark D. Roberts on Luke 17:6 suggests we only need a little faith for a miracle to happen, we simply have to act on the little faith we do have.