Tag Archives: Miracle

Remembering 9/11

Cross Amidst the Ruins

On an early September morning;
Hatred reared it’s ugly head.
Terrorism struck Manhattan;
It’s wake left thousands dead!

It truly was a miracle …
How many lives were saved.
Over-shadowed by the horror;
Of the war-like rubbled grave!

Time seemed frozen, hope was lost;
For loved ones left behind.
Trying to hold onto their faith,
Praying, “God give us a sign!”

Uncovered from the wreckage;
A sight that seemed unreal.
A cross that stood ’bout twenty feet …
From twisted beams of steel!   

© Marge Batzer

 

 

 

 

 

Third Day Music

Blessed Assurance

Born Again

Call My Name

Children Of God

Cry Out to Jesus

God of Wonders

How Great Is Our God

I Need A Miracle

King of Glory

Let Me Love You

Mountain of God

Revelation

Run To You

Show Me Your Glory

This Is Who I Am

Trust in Jesus

Tunnel

You Are Beautiful My Sweet Sweet Song

Your Love Oh Lord

Steven Curtis Chapman Music

 

Steven Curtis Chapman – Be Still & Know
Steven Curtis Chapman – Cinderella
Steven Curtis Chapman – Do Everything
Steven Curtis Chapman – Fingerprints of God
Steven Curtis Chapmen – Live Out Loud
Steven Curtis Chapmen – Long Way Home
Steven Curtis Chapman – Magnificent Obsession
Steven Curtis Chapman – Miracle of the Moment
Steven Curtis Chapman – No Better Place
Steven Curtis Chapmen – Remembering You
Steven Curtis Chapman – Speechless
Steven Curtis Chapman – When Love Takes You In

Amazing God


Yesterday we had our first snow of the winter in Texas. The flakes were huge, wet and sticky. Of course, here in Texas that means car wrecks, schools closed and other problems, but the snow itself was beautiful.

Science has looked at snow one flake at a time and found that each flake is different, each one is unique. To know that the millions of snowflakes I saw yesterday are each unique and different causes me to be in awe of God’s creativity. Even in these small little snowflakes God is showing us his creativity and beauty. He is an amazing God.

I wonder, as I see all these little things that declare design and creativity, how anyone could deny God, but we do. Yesterday I preached the second week of a short series looking at Romans 9-11. It’s a challenging passage. One of the topics in this passage is how we harden our hearts to God’s work.

A story that shows this is the story of John 11. In this chapter, to be brief, Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. That should get your attention, but here’s the different responses from those who saw this once in a lifetime miracle. “Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done.”

Some believed, but there were some who hardened their hearts to the evidence of God’s work in their presence. Today, in Texas, snow gave evidence to an amazing God. I hope you don’t miss his work in our midst. I hope you don’t miss him.