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Summary: The gift of the working of miracles is not some far-fetched idea that was made up by man and his infinite wisdom. The working of miracles is a gift of the Holy Spirit for the body of Christ today.

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By: Donna J. Kazenske

1 Cor. 12:8-10 – “…for to one is given the word of wisdom through the Spirit….to another the working of miracles…….”

It has been such a tremendous blessing for me to be able to minister in America and in various nations all over the world. Lately, I have sensed a real stirring in the hearts of God’s people for true manifestations of His glory, healing and miracle working power. Many are seeking to know the Lord on a more intimate level and are becoming quite bored with the “church as usual” syndrome. Hearts are being touched and eyes are being continuously opened to the supernatural power of God as He sweeps through our assemblies and causes us to know that there is so much more to Christianity than what we have previously experienced.

Believers are becoming more and more dissatisfied with their church’s so-called “Revival Meetings” that have been revival in name only. Deep is beginning to call out to deep as we begin to turn our hearts once again toward God and seriously pant for Him as the deer pants for the water brooks. Most of the church world today knows that God has so much more in store for them, yet few are truly pressing in for the continuation of His revelation and saturation.

I have thoroughly enjoyed studying the lives of the great apostles in the book of Acts. I have found their lives to be a wonderful expression and representation of how the Lord uses ordinary people from ordinary backgrounds to do extraordinary things. Although these men were “ordinary” in the natural sense of the word, they had a burning desire within them for more of Jesus.

In Acts chapter four, we find the apostles speaking the word of God with holy boldness. In Acts 4:29-30, we find them assembled together in one accord praying for more boldness. They were not satisfied with the level of boldness that they currently found themselves operating in. They were crying out for more boldness, more healings, more miracles, more souls, more signs and wonders! Did the Lord enjoy their prayer meeting? You bet He did!

In Acts 4:31, the word says, “And when they had prayed, the place where they were assembled together was shaken; and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they spoke the word of God with boldness.”

There was an instantaneous response from the Holy Spirit to their heartfelt cries of “more Lord!” Why? Because He loves to pour out His Spirit upon those who are desperate for more of Him! They were not assembling together as a result of selfish gain, glory or ambition. They had given up everything they had so they could follow Jesus. They were meeting together because they had a single eye for the vision that God had birthed within them. Their spiritual eyesight was fully focused upon those who were lost and in need of a Savior. Their spiritual eyesight was fully focused upon the blind, the deaf, the dumb, the lame, the lepers and the demon possessed. Their God ordained plans and purposes caused them to speak the word of God with holy boldness and set the captives free so that Jesus would be glorified in the earth.


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