June 23

2 Kings 4:18-5:27; Acts 15:1-35; Psalm 141:1-10; Proverbs 17:23

Miracles were a common occurrence in the Bible. God likes to demonstrate His power so that people will know that He is God. In a world where people are looking for something real, it is important that God is willing to show Himself in ways that people can acknowledge Him.

Naaman had leprosy. He thought it was incurable until his servant told him about the man of God who lived in Israel. Naaman went to the prophet but the prophet told him to go wash in the Jordan River. He saw this as an insult because of his high status. (You see, God uses the foolish things to confound the wise.)

Naaman obeyed the Prophet’s request and received his healing. He declared that Israel’s God was the true God. God can meet a doubter right where they are and show Himself as a miracle worker. As a Believer, you should expect miracles to follow you everywhere you go. Expect miracles in your life because you serve a God of miracles.

Tomorrow’s Reading: 2 Kings 6:1-7:20; Acts 15:36-16:15; Psalm 142:1-7; Proverbs 17:24-25

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