I Believe in Miracles ( by Fenny West)

I Believe In Miracle (1)

Regardless of obstacles.

My God has all power

In any hour, and demons cower.


I believe in miracles

That will demolish every demonic manacles

God will demonstrate His glory

That will completely change my story.

I believe in miracles

That shatters every fetter or shackle

I will never be the same again

I have the life of God-Zoe- in me to reign.

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I believe in miracles

That triumphs in all debacles

Through my God I do valiantly

Through Him I have the victory.

I believe in miracles

In all circumstances

My God isĀ  always well-able

He is super-abundantly able.

I believe in miracles

That can raise even dead dreams

My faith in God shall not fail

Through my God I shall prevail.

I believe in miracles

Coming from God to strangle

Every power or principality

Every enemy or demonic entity.

I believe in miracles

Terminating every struggle or tussle.

Every satanic wall will crumble

As I leap over every hurdle.

I believe in miracles

Regardless of the crises

There are more with me

than are against me.

If God be for me,

who can be against me?

I believe in miracles

God’s Word is always credible

My God is a wonder-working God.

Therefore I will stand

on the word I have heard.

I believe in miracles,

Demonstrating the goodness of God;

The faithfulness of God;

The mercy and compassion of God;

Proclaiming the sovereignty of God;

Testifying of the power of God.

I believe in miracles

That part Red Seas

Make the blind see

Cure incurable diseases

And even raise the dead.

I believe in miracles!


Love Unlimited (by C.H. Spurgeon)

I will love them freely.” Hosea 14:4

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This sentence is a body of divinity in miniature. He who understands its meaning is a theologian, and he who can dive into its fulness is a true master in Israel. It is a condensation of the glorious message of salvation which was delivered to us in Christ Jesus our Redeemer. The sense hinges upon the word “freely.” This is the glorious, the suitable, the divine way by which love streams from heaven to earth, a spontaneous love flowing forth to those who neither deserved it, purchased it, nor sought after it. It is, indeed, the only way in which God can love such as we are. The text is a death-blow to all sorts of fitness: “I will love them freely.” Now, if there were any fitness necessary in us, then he would not love us freely; at least, this would be a mitigation and a drawback to the freeness of it. But it stands, “I will love you freely.” We complain, “Lord, my heart is so hard.” “I will love you freely.” “But I do not feel my need of Christ as I could wish.” “I will not love you because you feel your need; I will love you freely.” “But I do not feel that softening of spirit which I could desire.” Remember, the softening of spirit is not a condition, for there are no conditions; the covenant of grace has no conditionality whatever; so that we without any fitness may venture upon the promise of God which was made to us in Christ Jesus, when he said, “He that believeth on him is not condemned.” It is blessed to know that the grace of God is free to us at all times, without preparation, without fitness, without money, and without price! “I will love them freely.” These words invite backsliders to return: indeed, the text was specially written for such–“I will heal their backsliding; I will love them freely.” Backslider! surely the generosity of the promise will at once break your heart, and you will return, and seek your injured Father’s face.