Because we have a God who does the impossible—who changes water into wine and even raises the dead—the day-in and day-out challenges of this life can make it difficult for us to trust that God is at work in everything for our ultimate good (Romans 8:28). Like an unscalable wall, doubt can obscure God’s grace and hinder its being accessible to us, but it is the Spirit of God that demolishes that wall so that the grace of Jesus flows freely, so we see signs of His glory and we recognize His transformation in our lives. God’s Word says that even for us to say, “Jesus is Lord,” is the work of the Spirit. That means faith itself is a miracle. How is God’s Spirit at work in you breaking down walls and making God’s grace flow through you?
Isaiah 60:1-6, Matthew 2:1-12
Luke 3:15-22, Isaiah 43:1-3, Romans 6:5
Ephesians 1:13-14, 1 Corinthians 12:3-6, John 2:11
Luke 4:16-30, Nehemiah 8:8-10