Miracles, Signs And Wonders by Apostle Frequency RevelatorOwing to a lack of revelation, it is a typical scenario in the Body of Christ that many people use the phrase “signs and wonders” as an umbrella term for all kinds of supernatural displays of power and consider miracles, a large subset of such events, usually objectively observable. There are vast differences between signs, wonders, miracles and mighty deeds although they are all manifestations of God’s power. An understanding of the distinction between these divine concepts as elaborated in this book will help you to delve in the supernatural realm to manifest the veracity of God’s power without any misunderstanding or confusion. The reading of this book will therefore cause you to understand the principles and precepts of how to function in the realm of the miraculous and practically demonstrate the power of God through miracles, signs and wonders as well as mighty deeds.
In this publication, Apostle Frequency Revelator clarifies the distinction between this critical concepts as follows: He defines a sign as a wondrous occurrence that takes place in an unusual way and transcends the common course of the natural world. He affirms a miracle as an incredible happening, occurrence or unusual manifestation that takes place in the natural realm as a result of a sudden divine intervention of God in the affairs of humanity to the extent that it cannot be fathomed or comprehended by human reasoning and intellectual ability. He connotes a wonder to a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexcited, unfamiliar or inexplicable in the natural realm. The difference between a sign and a wonder is that a sign points to something specific while a wonder appeals to the imagination, intellect and the heart of the observer and draws him to worship God. He further presents a mighty deed is a manifestation of the supernatural power of God in extreme cases and radical situations where human comprehension and reasoning cannot suffice. These four words often function interchangeably. However, other signs and wonders that might not be classified as miracles could include more subjective supernatural experiences such as dreams, visions, trances, angel encounters, and prophetic words of knowledge.
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Jesus healed the sick, drove out demons, opened blind eyes, walked on the water, turned water into wine and raised the dead. Having done all those things and more he said plainly that others would do them too and go on to do greater things as well. Did his followers fulfil his words?
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Printable pdf Version of this Study Belief in miracles lies at the heart of the Christian faith. Without the miracle of the resurrection, Christianity would have long sense passed from the scene. Unlike the modern world, the ancient world was not suspicious of miracles. By definition, a miracle is an action that runs counter to the commonly observed processes of nature. In the Old Testament they are viewed as a direct intervention of God in human affairs.
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They are synonyms and often occur together in the same text Exodus ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Deuteronomy ; Nehemiah ; Psalm ; Isaiah ; Jeremiah ; Daniel The basic nature of a sign is that it points people to God.
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This article is a guest post by Justin Peters. To hear more from Justin or interact with him you can follow him on Twitter or connect with him on Facebook. Is God still in the miracle business? Though this author holds that these movements are doctrinally heretical and teach a different gospel, such serious concerns are beyond the scope of this article. We will focus here specifically on whether or not their claims of the continuance of modern day signs and wonders are valid. We should begin by defining exactly what a miracle is because this is a term that is often misunderstood and misused even by theologically conservative believers with a high view of Scripture. Floating ax heads, parting seas, talking donkeys, fire from Heaven, and resurrections from the dead are miracles.