The Miracles of God
The word “supernatural” means “of a manifestation or event, attributed to some force beyond scientific understanding or the laws of nature.” In other words… it is a word used to describe something beyond human ability. “Something” like the power and work of God. Jesus’s ministry while he was on earth can be described as supernatural. Jesus performed many miracles, from turning water into wine (Mark 2) to raising a young girl from the dead (Mark 5). It doesn’t take long to realize that God is a God of the supernatural - there are miracles all throughout the Bible! Not only are God’s miracles incredible, but so is his timing. God proves over and over again that he works in our lives exactly when we need it - not before or after. Even though we typically associate miracles and supernatural occurrences with the Bible, the miracles we read about are not just limited to that time and place. God is still performing supernatural miracles in our world today! While we might not be at weddings where water is turned into wine this weekend – we can see His supernatural power manifested in the way He provides, heals, sustains, protects, rescues, and reveals Himself in our daily lives and in the world around us. Help students understand that what happened in the Bible can happen today, too. Throughout this guide, challenge students with this question: What can you learn about God, yourself, and others when examining the miracles of God then and now?
Inside The Guide
Each guide is broken up into six weeks. Below is a small insight into each week.