When Jesus returns to Cana He is met by a royal official who’s son is dying. Jesus tells the man that his son will live, and the man takes Jesus at His word. As the man is on his way home, his servants meet him and confirm that the son is well.
And the whole household comes to believe in Christ.
Today we don’t have the miraculous ability to heal. But that doesn’t mean that Jesus is not working a miracle in our lives. Now I’m cautious with the word “miracle”. It is used in vain way to much. But to describe how Jesus can take a fallen soul and make it clean again, make it fit for His Kingdom again… that is beyond the things of this creation. Only God can do that.
So why is it that we are not making such an impact on people when we have all the mighty works God is doing in His people? Sure it’s up to people to make their own choice about whether to come to Christ or not.
But I’m not wondering why we are not converting people. I’m wondering why we are not even impacting them. Why we, the Body of Christ, those filled with the Holy Spirit, play possum in the world and then wonder why they don’t seek God.
If we are to tell the world about Jesus, and how He said that He is the life, then we as His Body need to show that life to the world. We need to be doing His will. If we do, they will find confidence enough to take Him at His word.
The truths of God are self evident. No man is without excuse, because God can be seen in all that He has made. It is plain to all.
But we are to be His body, we are to be the salt of the earth. We need to be a light in a dark place. We need to be life in a dead place.
Jesus is still miraculously saving men from death.
He still grants life to those who seek Him with their all. His people need to show the world the truth of that, that they are not dead anymore… that they have risen.