God’s Marvels


(Meditating on Psalm 46)

A great antidote to doubt and ebbing faith? Recall all the wondrous works of God in your life! The God we serve is not an impotent God but an omnipotent God! A God who works miracles beyond our finite minds can ever imagine! We only need to believe that He can do it (Mat. 9:28) and trust that whatever we earnestly pray for according to His will, He will bring it to pass.

Hearts that were torn, a family that was painfully rent, and lives that didn’t know how to mend – all these the Lord had mercifully healed and restored. A sick body that wouldn’t live long without medical intervention according to a specialist, but the Lord Jesus heals miraculously and prolongs life without any intervention except unceasing, concerted, faith-filled prayers.

A chemicals family business which was put up and formerly managed by a chemical engineer but is now capably and successfully managed by a mechanical engineer whose career-long experience was in the food industry, just because God is the one who gives wisdom and strength and even if it seems improbable to the human mind, with God nothing is impossible. God gives and takes away and when He puts someone where He wants him/her to be, He also will supply everything that’s needed for His plan to prosper. Yes, even the peace that floods one’s being after one has humbly surrendered to His will.

For God wants us to truly rely on, and trust in, Him and not on our own resources, strength or wisdom. When there is nothing more to hold on to but the knowledge – His powerful, living, Word – that He is a God who can, then He will begin to do wondrous and marvelous works!

And our God, He never ceases to amaze as He continues to show His unequalled power and unending mercy in this trove of living testimonies which treasures are just a fraction of a vast “gold mine”, for they cannot be written everyone.

God is our refuge and strength,
A very present help in trouble.
Therefore we will not fear,
Even though the earth be removed,
And though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea;
Though its waters roar and be troubled,
Though the mountains shake with its swelling. Selah (Psalm 46:1-3)

Be still, therefore, O my soul, and know that He is God!

Related: Beautiful Things Happen When We Trust in God

Linked to Faith Filled Friday, Pink Saturday, Spiritual Sundays, Sharing His Beauty, Titus 2sday, Domestically Divine, Women Living Well, Women in the Word Wednesday

9 comments on “God’s Marvels

  1. pinkishgal says:

    Its really good to remember the wonderful works of DEAREST JESUS in our life but sometimes we fail doing it. 😦
    Thanks for reminding everyone that each of us is blessed.

  2. How true Rina, God is Marvelous! One of my favorites is “Be still and know that I am God”! Calms my mind and comforts me! My daughter was born at 29 weeks, had a serious medical issue come upon her at 8 days old, we thought Jesus was calling her home already. But Jesus heals, she just celebrated her 15th birthday on Mar.7 and not one health issue!! Praise the Lord! for He is Good!

  3. RinaPeru says:

    Jesus heals – Amen, Deanne! And I’m celebrating with you for the life of your daughter and this beautiful gift the Lord has given to your family!

  4. Debbie says:

    Thanking God that He is all powerful!

  5. LaVoice says:

    Thank you for this wonderful post of wisdom and Godly suggestions.

  6. Karen says:

    Jesus never fails! Bless you for sharing this.

  7. Laura Krokos says:

    Yes yes yes! Nothing changes and attitude like remembering what’s true about God. Love this post Rina.

  8. Charlotte says:

    I agree. His love and power know no limits.

  9. Joan says:

    It is when I fully surrender to God and completely rely on Him that I find my strength and peace! He is such a faithful God!

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