One Small Miracle After Another

Written by Brother George Katsaras on Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Posted in Miracles

One Small Miracle After Another

Today's blog was submitted by Brother George Katsaras for the April Miracle Monday theme, and it goes really well with the experiences we shared yesterday. After you read it, we've got a question to ask you at the end.

My life is one small miracle after another. So many times throughout the day, I need to call on the Lord to help me, from finding my keys to getting a parking spot. When I pull into a crowded parking lot, I ask God, and almost immediately someone pulls out right in front of me. This might not be important to others, but when walking is difficult, finding a parking spot near my destination is major!

So many times throughout my life, I've had to solve difficult problems, such as repairing a boat motor 20 miles from shore in a vessel full of Church youth. I scratch my head and ask the Lord, "Now what do I do?" and, of course, the Lord pops an idea into my head that no one would've ever thought possible. People then say, "Brother George, you're a genius," and I must confess to them, "Not so!" I just prayed and the Lord gave me the answer to the problem, one I never would've thought to try on my own!

The only smart thing that I did was to ask God for His help.

Now, please understand that these are just little things. I've had a lot of big, impossible problems in my life that the Lord God has miraculously fixed, too, but that is a whole book that has yet to be written! I must always give all honor and glory to our Lord because without Him, I am nothing, and the Lord my Father God is the King over all.

Can you relate to Brother George's testimony about the Lord performing one small miracle after another in your life? Many times, we tend to think these things are too small to praise God for, but let's change that today. Leave a comment below with the last "small miracle" that the Lord performed for you.

It could be anything from finding a lost object to narrowly dodging a collision on the road. It may seem like a small thing to someone else, but it was a big thing to you. What was the last "small miracle" that the Lord did for you?

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  • Sister Natalie Shawver

    Sister Natalie Shawver

    28 April 2015 at 08:11 |
    My husband and I are in the midst of buying our first home and close on it in a few weeks. In the middle of gathering all the paperwork for the mortgage and making phone calls to arrange our move, I never once considered what to pack our belongings in. Out of the blue, a coworker told me someone at her church announced they had just moved and had dozens of boxes to get rid of. I called the woman and she was so excited to give us the boxes - and even better, she lived right down the street from our new home! Even when we don't think of all the details of a situation, He does! I'm so thankful I serve a God who remembers the little things :)

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  • Teri-Lyn Tunno

    Teri-Lyn Tunno

    28 April 2015 at 22:56 |
    Today, I was going out to get lunch on my lunch break so I asked if anyone else in the office wanted me to pick them up something too. Only one person did so she gave me her money and the items she wanted from the restaurant I went too. When I got there, I could not find her list or her money. I searched all my pockets and looked around in the car and outside the car. I got really worried that I dropped it going to my car back at work. I said a quick prayer for help in finding it. Still I could not, so I figured I would place the order from memory. I was pretty confident that I remembered it until I went to give the order. I decided to call my co-worker but my phone was in my car. I went back out to my car and did one last perusal of my car before I called her. Then I saw it under my dash where my sunglasses were. I immediately thanked God for I know it was a small thing compared to all that He deals with every day. I was so very glad and shared the story with my co-worker when I got back.

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