Spiritual Warfare: 'Miracles You Need Are Limited by Your Faith'

God's Power for Our Battles — Thursday, February 17, 2022

And so they rejected him. Jesus said to them, ‘A prophet is respected everywhere except in his hometown and by his own family.’ Because they did not have faith, he did not perform many miracles there.
— Matthew 13:57-58 GNT

Today's Prayer

Lord, help me to have faith; the kind of deep, powerful faith that results in many, many miracles all around me on a continual basis. Forgive me for limiting You. Forgive me for thinking You were willing and able to do this in years past, but are unwilling and unable to do this in the here and now. Remind me that You even call Yourself, “The Great I AM,” because You still do. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Illustration of Matthew 13:57-58 GNT — And so they rejected him.  Jesus said to them, ‘A prophet is respected everywhere except in his hometown and by his own family.’ Because they did not have faith, he did not perform many miracles there.

About This Devotional

Spiritual Warfare is a daily devotional about God's power for our battles.

The Prayer for Spiritual Warfare is written by Steve Hemphill.