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The next miracle in our series is Healing a blind mute demoniac …This miracle is recorded for us in Matt 12:22, Luke 11:14

Here is one account of this miracle that is set before us… “And he was casting out a devil, and it was dumb. And it came to pass, when the devil was gone out, the dumb spake; and the people wondered.”

Here we are told the result of this miracle was that the people “wondered” at the workings of Christ.  The root word of the word translated “wondered” has three ideas with it:

  1. “to look closely”, “to examine”
  2. “to perceive”, “to understand”
  3. “to appreciate”

Do we “wonder” at the workings of Christ that take place around us?  In our lives; in the lives of our acquaintances, friends and family; in the natural world that surrounds us; and in the pages of God’s Word;  do we come to a recognition and appreciation of His greatness, authority, strength, and wisdom?

If we find these miracles slipping by the wayside of our minds, let’s follow the three steps outlined the definition of wonder…

  1. firstly, we need to take a moment to recognize, and then closely examine, the work      of Christ that we see taking place.
  2. Secondly, after our examination of the event we need to come to an understanding of    its impact and what it is teaching us about the person, attributes and workings of Christ.
  3. Finally, we should allow this new understanding of the greatness of Christ work in      our hearts to give us a new appreciation and reverence of His supremacy and grace.  This should renew a spirit of worship in our hearts and minds.

Let us resolve to never take His workings for granted.  When we recognize He is at work, let’s take a moment to process His workings and come to a greater recognition and appreciation of our wonderful Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

May the Lord bless each one of us as we “Think On These Things”.

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8 Comments

  1. Susan Michaels says:

    Thanks for sharing the miracles of Jesus! What a faith-builder!

  2. I am filled with wonder and awe as I consider the work of Christ in me. Why would He bother with me? But HE DOES! I praise Him for the way, moment-by-moment, day-by-day, He cares for me and undertakes for me.

    I see His work in the lives of others and I praise Him . . . and I yearn that people I know would open their eyes to see and enjoy the same blessings we do.

    We serve an amazing God!

    • Rob Barkman says:

      It amazes me that the Lord’s blessings are on every hand andyet so many fail to see them. I catch myself taking His grace for granted as I see Him work in my life. How horrible it is to have sinful flesh that is blinded to His workings! Lord bless.

  3. granbee says:

    And let us have our eyes wide open to see the miracles all around us every day. Truly, truly, our God is an awesome God!

  4. Debbie says:

    I love this look at how we can worship Him . .. recognizing Him throughout our day and acknowledging Him and all His ways! Thank you and God bless you as you help us think of Him more and more!

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