Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is Matthew 6:9-13.
Our prayer motivator quote today is from P.T. Forsyth. He said: "Prayer is, paradoxically, both a gift and a conquest, a grace and a duty. Does that not mean, is it not a special case of the truth, that all duty is a gift, every call on us a blessing, and that the task we often find a burden is really a boon?"
Our prayer motivator devotional today is part 21 of our series titled "DOES GOD WORK MIRACLES TODAY?" from Dr. John R. Rice.
The New Testament starts with miracles and ends the same way. Miracles followed Peter, Paul, Stephen, and Philip. The five narrative books of the New Testament, that is, the four Gospels and the book of Acts, are full of miracles. Miracles are in the first of the book of Acts, and then in the very last chapter, the miracles promised in Mark 16:17-18 followed Paul. Bitten by a serpent, he suffered no harm, and he laid hands on the sick and they recovered.
But that isn't all. Many years later John, the beloved apostle, was on the Isle of Patmos and Jesus Christ appeared to him miraculously; and God revealed unto him the whole course of human history to the end. The Bible is simply a history of miracles.
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