The Greatest Miracle

Everyday God is saving people. God’s saving actions are an amazing miracle. You may be wondering why God’s salvation is such a miracle. Well, God doesn’t only save people. God changes people. This is what the great preacher, Charles Spurgeon said about God changing the sinner’s heart:

Did it ever strike you what a wonderful thing it is for the Lord to give a new  heart and a right spirit to a man? You have seen a lobster, perhaps, which has  fought with another lobster, and lost one of its claws, and a new claw has  grown. That is a remarkable thing; but it is a much more astounding fact that a  man should have a new heart given to him. This, indeed, is a miracle beyond the  powers of nature. There is a tree. If you cut off one of its limbs, another one  may grow in its place; but can you change the tree; can you sweeten sour sap;  can you make the thorn bear figs? You can graft something better into it and  that is the analogy which nature gives us of the work of grace; but absolutely  to change the vital sap of the tree would be a miracle indeed. Such a prodigy  and mystery of power God works in all who believe in Jesus. -Spurgeon, Charles (2009-02-14). Christian Classics: five books by Charles Spurgeon in a single file, with active table of contents, improved 9/21/2010 (Kindle Locations 450-455). B&R Samizdat Express. Kindle Edition.

God is powerful enough to change the most evil people…and that includes you.

Thanks for reading.

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About Travis Berry

I am a blatantly honest person who loves to think, read, discuss, and write about God and theology. I have a bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry from Crown College. I work at a church in Houston, TX as a Youth Director and love every minute of it! I am married to a wonderful woman named Becky and we are expecting our first child in June! I have a love for God's Word, and a fervor to live it out in the fullest, and I pray this blog reflects that. Thanks for checking out AnotherChristianBlog!.

Posted on June 14, 2012, in Christianity, Theology and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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