Walking in the Miraculous by Bishop David Oyedepo
God has a miracle plan for the Church, prepared from the foundation of the world. We see a shadow of it at creation, when God made man. The miraculous is yours for the taking, but it shall not be by wishes. If you have been wishing you can work miracles, stop wishing and start working! Nothing works until you work it. The Bible does not talk about the gift of waiting for miracles, but of the working of miracles. So, don’t wait for miracles, go and work them. Now, you see that God is talking about someone to come, whose appearing cannot be hid a sign. Later we understood that the prophecy was about Jesus. Thus, when Jesus came to the earth, He came as a sign. By His death, Jesus stripped Satan of all His powers. He came out of the grave King of kings and Lord of lords, and declared: “All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.” He then went ahead to reinstate man in God’s miracle plan.