1018. Expectancy is the atmosphere for miracles. ~Edwin Louis Cole

Even if I know I shall never change the masses,
never transform anything permanent,
all I ask is that the good things also have
their place, their refuge.
~Richard Wagner

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Scripture tells us that we are made in the image of God, and I expect that has nothing to do the with our faces and everything to do with our hearts. Therefore through us He can bring to fruition all that is within His limitless power to do. How?

Our hearts are able to feel another’s anguish, Our eyes can see the lacking needs of others, Our mouths can deliver His smile to light up darkness, Our voices can declare quiet, comforting words for ears to hear, Our hands can administer compassionate healing, And our legs can carry us wherever we need to go to accomplish such things.

How then can one who breathes the very breath of a Holy God, who bears His very image do anything less than deliver anything He asks of us. That is the purpose that should drive our lives. It has never been all about self, for truly what is love, and all humans yearn for and must have love, without a place to spend it, and where better to start spending than with someone in need. Honor the gifts you have been given, rejoice in them, and use them.

So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them male and female he created them. ~Genesis 1:27  ✝

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11 thoughts on “1018. Expectancy is the atmosphere for miracles. ~Edwin Louis Cole

  1. Very meaningful and goes with the message in the next post. I feel being open, caring and sensitive we are being part of that expression: “What would Jesus do?” God sent His Son to give us messages and it helps if we are open to carry them through.
    I liked how you mention in this, we have eyes and heart yo hear and feel others anguish. This really is important to remember when we know others in the world are suffering to try and do what we can, no matter how small our acts may be, to make a difference. ♡

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