Think of the Miracle that took Place By Brenda Drake

I have had some amazing things happen in my life.  Some, I believe are miracle material.  It excites me to know that I serve a miracle working God.  The most wonderful phenomenon I have experienced is salvation, and the growth of the Lord inside of me.  He truly is my increase.

Think on the Miracle That Took Place

If you saw five loaves of bread and two fish multiplied to twelve baskets fill,
It would astound you and with wonder you would be filled.
It indeed would be a great miracle that took place in your sight,
But think about the true multiplication done by the Christ.
Thousands of hungry stomachs were also filled that day,
And there were still twelve baskets full left to give away.
As you think about the miracle that took place,
It pales in comparison when compared with God’s grace.
From the life of one, there are numbers too large to count that are saved.
From the life of one lifted on a cross… all sin debt was paid.
Because of one life offered to save man,
God’s truth can be heard as the Father planned.
Think about the miracle of the cross of shame;
The Bread broken for you took away all your blame.
The believing heart by faith stands,
Redeemed… a brand-new man.
Oh, what a wonderful sight to see;
The angels marvel at the change in thee.
From dark to light… from death to life,
What a wonderful work done in and through you by the work of Christ.
The life saved is then multiplied anew.
As you live for Him… the Bread of Life lives in you.
What a mighty miracle is done again,
You become the bread of life that God to another sends.

John 6:13-14
Therefore they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained over and above unto them that had eaten.  Then those men, when they had seen the miracle that Jesus did, said, This is of a truth that prophet that should come into the world.

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