The Bible clearly tells us that we have various levels of faith. We start off with a measure of faith. Jesus refers to those who have little faith and those who have great faith.
When it comes to thinking about miracles, we must understand that they should not be looked at as “little” or “great.” A miracle is a divine action by God for a specific purpose. Because God is the source of all miracles, they should all be looked at equally. God loves everyone equally, and He will equally bless those who please him and seek him.
This may be a little hard to understand because it goes against our normal way of thinking. However, I don’t believe God looks at miracles as we do. As I’ve mentioned before, I believe a miracle is an event that is contrary to natural or scientific law, something connected to divine activity.
To understand how faith can become a miracle, there are those who need to see the miracle first to believe. Others need only to understand all things are possible to those who have faith to expect a miracle.
In the world today, many believe that science is more important than faith. However, the Word of God tells us that faith is far greater than man’s knowledge or understanding. In order to have faith to believe in miracles, we must hold firmly to the fact that God is still providing miracles to those who believe.
David C. Friend is an award-winning author. He has written several books on living a quality Christian life. He is a teacher, pastor, business owner and veteran who hosts the Quality Christian Living podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network.