Super Miracles

God does miracles, primarily, to make Himself known, to confirm His causes and to authenticate His sent ones. He often uses His righteous remnant to facilitate miracles by His power flowing through them. And when He does, His greatness restores the reverential fear, rule and reign of God in people’s hearts and in the land.

A couple of weeks ago, Holy Spirit revealed “Super Miracles” to me in a Word-vision. I believe it was a heads-up for what He’s about to do in waves.

These will be acts of restoration that no person can take credit for. They are extraordinary manifestations of regeneration that would be otherwise impossible. 

The Word “super,” according to, means above and beyond. “A thing placed over or added to another.” Exceeding norms or limits. Subject to an extreme degree or an unusual way. And a higher proportion than usual of a given constituent.

I sense in my spirit that it’s time for God’s chosen ones to be used in out-of-the-box ways to facilitate prolific expressions of His unconditional, undefeatable and unconquerable love in John 3:16 and that God is inviting us to work with Him as testaments of His miraculous power. 

A key precept here is John 14:10 AMP, which says, “Do you not believe that I am in the Father, and the Father is in Me? The words I say to you I do not say on My own initiative or authority, but the Father, abiding continually in Me, does His works [His attesting miracles and acts of power].”

In this verse, Jesus describes His oneness with Father God through abiding in Him.

He goes on to say in verses 12-14 that “I assure you and most solemnly say to you, anyone who believes in Me [as Savior] will also do the things that I do; and he will do even greater things than these [in extent and outreach], because I am going to the Father. And I will do whatever you ask in My name [as My representative], this I will do, so that the Father may be glorified and celebrated in the Son. If you ask Me anything in My name [as My representative], I will do it.”

Holy Spirit is releasing anointing (His Presence) and sending out those who truly confirm Him as Jesus, the Miracle Worker, to glorify Himself as One who is still alive today and loves people too much to leave them where He finds them. 

A key to keep in mind is that it’s God in His abiding ones who does the work, meaning the burden is on Him to accomplish super miracles by His power, not on His sent ones.

Going back to John 14:10, if you look up the Greek Word for “work,” you will see that it references “a deed (action) that carries out (completes) an inner desire (intension, purpose)” (HELPS Word-studies commentary). This verse clearly says that God does it, not His people.

God has hidden His desires, intentions and purposes in His people as vessels for such a time as “this” to be fulfilled. God has been searching out people in whom He can delight and through whom He can express His heart of restoration. And I sense that deliverance is a key component here.

God knows who has heart connections with Him for others and what He desires to accomplish through them. He has made them promise keepers in His assignments, building their faith over a long time to see the deep desires He has placed in their hearts come to fruition. 

Often before manifestation happens, God’s people will experience a shift, where He begins to delimit their lives, lifting confines and structures that no longer serve His purposes, including people whose time is up in the earth. Think Elijah and Moses, the latter whom He brought out from the captivity of ordinary labor, to send into new exploits to do what they knew they could not do alone. And then handed their respective batons to Elisha and Joshua.

So, if you have found that Holy Spirit has disconnected you from some people and places, from comfort zones and limitations, this could be a revealing that He is repositioning you to be sent to facilitate something greater, like super miracles. 

And in it all, you will feel a deep heart’s desire for specific people, regions and nations to be restored. As God uses these heart connections to express His love for His people, He will simultaneously cause them to be filled with joy unspeakable. 

And yet, in all of this, haters exist. Jesus says in John 15:24 AMP that “If I had not done among them the works (attesting miracles) which no one else [ever] did, they would not have [the guilt of their] sin; but now [the fact is that] they have both seen [these works] and have hated Me [and continue to hate Me] and My Father as well.”

So, we know that with God’s great blessings comes persecution from mere men. But take courage, friends, God has overcome even them supernaturally.

Pray with me if you will . . . 

Dear Lord, 

Thank You that You see and know all things. You know the desires You have put in my heart and when You will bring them to pass. You know the specific promises You have made to me, even those to see others restored. I submit my whole self to You to continue to cleanse me from captivity so that Your righteous miracles can better flow through me for Your glory. Send me, Lord.

In Jesus’ Mighty Name I pray.


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John 3:16

I love when God shows me a scripture in a fresh way, especially as it pertains to my life or someone close to me. And that’s what happened recently with His foundational gospel scripture, John 3:16. 

I had been driving all night from out-of-state, returning home after a family emergency. When I pulled into my garage and picked up my phone to drop it in my purse, the time on the phone was 3:16 a.m. 

It brought me comfort, because I knew Holy Spirit was reminding me of His simple and profound message of salvation for my father, who had met Him face-to-face just two mornings earlier. 

The Amplified Classic version of John 3:16 says, “For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.”

The Passion Translation study notes say of this verse, “True faith has a number of components: acceptance, embracing something (someone) as truth, union with God and his Word and an inner confidence that God alone is enough.”

The NIV study notes say, “The theme of this summary of the gospel is God’s love made manifest in an infinitely glorious manner.” 

The Word love expressed in John 3:16 is the Greek word, agapao (Strong’s #25), which means “Unconditional love, love by choice and by an act of the will.” It “denotes unconquerable benevolence and undefeatable goodwill.” It “will never seek anything but the highest good for fellow mankind.” It “is a word that exclusively belongs to the Christian community. It is a love virtually unknown to writers outside the NT.”

So, this is the level to which God loves us—unconditional, unconquerable and undefeatable. For me, that morning, it was important to God’s heart that I know that I was loved and not alone and that His love was and is enough for me. In the early darkness, I clung to this truth.

Likewise, in this new season, I believe God’s beloved will experience new moments in which He will express His love for us uniquely. I believe it will be heightened and highlighted as He walks with us through big shifts so we’ll come to know Him, once again, as our more than enough (Matt 28:20).

It may happen during times of pain or loss, such as in my case. Or it may happen during times when God adds to our lives. But in all times, it is gain, as we give thanks. Because, as we know, He Himself as Love is with us (1 Jn 4:8).

When I consider all He has done for me, how can I not celebrate Him? How can I not praise Him for giving my family the gift of 29 extra years with my earthly father when medical experts at one of the top universities in America said it couldn’t and wouldn’t happen?

When I begin to thank Him for my father’s life on earth and what He has done to make a way for him to enter into Heaven and for me to see him again, as a treasure stored up for me, it is more than I can contain. 

When I consider what God has done for me, all I experience is overwhelming gratitude and joy unspeakable (Ps 94:19). Literally. Every. Single. Time. It hits me like a rushing wave that makes me want to fall face down before Him (Ps 116:6).

It lifts me like nothing else and makes me pick up my gait in my race toward God even more. And I want everyone who has lost someone to know this kind of joy unspeakable that is live-giving and life-sustaining (2 Co 1:3-4).

A short time after that morning, Holy Spirit highlighted an affirming scripture. It was 2 Timothy 4:17. The Amplified Classic version says, “But the Lord stood by me and strengthened me, so that through me the [Gospel] message might be fully proclaimed and all the Gentiles might hear it. So, I was delivered out of the jaws of the lion.”

I am here to testify that, no matter what storm rolls in, God sees and knows and is there to deliver us from death into His glorious light. This is for those living in Christ here and beyond. 

“For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him” (Jn 3:17 NIV). 

So, as we process through mega shifts in this new wine era, we must remember this simple gospel and know that, by His Word and Spirit, we are loved. When God removes people from our lives and the voice of the enemy comes to lie to us, we must trust in, cling to and rely on God’s true gospel of John 3:16. 

To Him be the glory. 

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