A miracle is the occurrence of/or an event that seems impossible to explain by natural laws. Hence such is regarded as supernatural or an act of God. It usually arouses admiration and creates a sense of wonder.
Miracle is usually the answer to a hopeless or a course in miracles seemingly hopeless situation. It is the last option in a critical and helpless situation. A good number of people today see their situations as hopeless, helpless and impossible. Others consider theirs irrecoverable, whereas some others are the moment contemplating how, where and when help or succor can come their way, given their present circumstances. There may also be some who are bound in terrible sinful habits or nature from which they are not able to liberate themselves even though they may have tried their possible bests to do so. The above instances and more may be saying as it were, a miracle is inevitable. To all in these situation and others whose situations may be better, or even those who may have no problems, so to say, the Lord is saying, is your case a miracle case?
When a miracle occurs, so many people run closer to see things for themselves and to also bear witness. As they go, they keep announcing what they saw inviting others to witness the same. Everywhere God is present, miracles happens. Those who love God and keep His commandments are the one who can receive and keep their miracles. Every other person present can lose his/her own miracle because of unbelief. Those who quickly repent of their sins and acknowledge Jesus as their Lord and Saviour get more benefits than the rest of the spectators. Miracle is like food to God’s children, and wherever the children of God gather, God is present announcing to all people present that there is hope for everybody, hope for the hopeful and hope for the hopeless.
The Lord says that miracle shall follow His children anywhere they go, and so, they are not to pursue miracle. People who follow miracles around are beggars. Jesus told the Syrophenician woman that miracle is the children’s bread, and should not be given to dogs. You are one of the dogs Jesus was referring to, if you are interested in what to get from Jesus only, and not what you can do for Him. It is never heard in the history of Christianity that God’s children begged for miracle. Only backsliders do. God asked Abraham, “Is any thing too hard for the Lord?” (Genesis 18:14). To Mary He said “for with God nothing shall be impossible” (Luke 1:37). To His disciples the Lord said “with men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26). Therefore the vilest offender who truly believes shall be saved; the worst situations by His power shall be turned around. The hopeless and helpless circumstances, by His might, shall become testimonies and so on. The assurance we have is this, the Lord that is speaking is The Lord God, the Master and Custodian of Miracles; so even if your case will requires a miracle, He says it is still within His power, capability and jurisdiction to make it happen.