Greater than the miracle of creation, greater than the miracle of birth. Such a miracle it is-salvation! And, oh, how my heart yearns to see this miracle take devote hearts everywhere. This yearning is what drives me-it’s what catapults me from the natural to the supernatural when my flesh screams “No!” I thirst after it! I hunger for this! I crave it! I long to see souls saved, to see this explosion of transformation take devote the hearts of people, transforming old lives into new.
I am just one ordinary woman who serves one extraordinary, miracle-working God. He who created the universe, who became the incarnate God in flesh through the miracle of Jesus Christ, He is mcdougal of this great miracle of salvation. And, He is the one who can have a yielded heart of a regular woman, send her on adventures across the world, speak through her yielded tongue, and through her bring forth new life-the miracle of Salvation!
What’s it that drives us? What’s it that creates us to ache to see souls saved? I can only just compare it to at least one thing: it is akin to that innate desire in a woman to bear a kid in her womb, pregnancy and nurturing her very own child a course in miracles audio. This want to see the miracle of salvation is just a holy desire, one devote the hearts of who are called by His name. The feelings are so similar-an empty womb crying out to be filled is like a heart crying out to be utilized by God. Only He is able to fulfill this type of yearning. Only God may bring forth new life.
As women, we were designed to be bearers of life. God created Eve as a “womb-man” or a man with a womb. Her ability to provide birth is what distinguished her from her male counterpart. God created her to own emotions and sensitivities different from man because she’d need them to bring forth life from love.
The question is, are we bringing forth life from our love affairs with Christ? Are we reaching out and sharing this miracle of salvation with others? A love affair with Christ should produce life in us. The more deeply in love with Him we’re, the more our spiritual wombs cry out to be filled.
Be described as a bearer of life. Be described as a birthing partner with Christ. Allow Him to use you as He brings forth new life through the miracle of salvation!