So many times we are temped to believe that our circumstances are impossible since they haven’t changed for a long time. But in our desperation we don’t have to worry the correct way to reach out to God, we must simply reach out to Him in faith. As He can change what seems unchangeable giving you purpose and hope.
“Daughter, be encouraged! Your faith has made you well. And the woman was healed at that moment.” ~ Matthew 9:22
Maybe right now do you desperately need a miracle! Then I encourage you to believe it, confess it and receive it! But you think “Oh, I just don’t know if I can do that.” Yes, you can! You’ve already done it once. If you have made Jesus the Lord of our life, you believed, confessed and received the greatest miracle in the universe, the miracle of a reborn spirit! Every other miracle you receive will come in exactly the same way.
How do you receive your miracle, you start by simply believing what God’s Word says concerning your area of need, by letting that Word change your heart and mind.
A lot of people try to skip that step. They try to believe for a miracle without spending enough time in the Word to change their heart and mind. They just want to confess it with their mouths and have it instantly appear. But that won’t happen. It’s what we believe in our hearts and say with our mouths that we receive. To have faith means that you act and live like it is true. Having faith goes beyond logical proof. Faith goes beyond what you can see, and even beyond what you can think. Faith requires you to walk with God, as faith keeps your dreams alive, gives you hope for your future, and faith keeps your expectations achievable.
If you don’t have enough faith yet to believe for the miracle you need, then you can get it. “Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Good News about Christ” (Romans 10:17). So start filling the ears of your heart with the Word until faith for your miracle is born inside of you. That’s what the woman did in this story in the Bible she had the issue of blood. But she believed in her heart that Jesus would heal her. Then she spoke her faith out loud. Then she acted on that faith—and she received her miracle.