Who needs a miracle? Who is thankful that God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow and is still making impossible situations possible? Who is thankful that He is still in the miracle making business?

I have completely fallen in love with the latest Jesus Culture CD, Let it Echo and this song, Miracle, seemed perfect to share. I know I am not the only one believing for a miracle. The good news is that the one who does impossible is reaching out to make you whole! I hope this song encourages your heart as much as it has encouraged mine. I will have it on repeat for the next few months!


The One who made the blind to see
Is moving here in front of me, moving here in front of me
The One who made the deaf to hear
Is silencing my every fear, silencing my every fear

I believe in You, I believe in You
You’re the God of miracles
I believe in You, I believe in You
You’re the God of miracles

The One who does impossible is
Reaching out to make me whole
Reaching out to make me whole
The One who put death in its place
His life is flowing through my veins
His life is flowing through my veins

I believe in You, I believe in You
You’re the God of miracles
I believe in You, I believe in You
You’re the God of miracles

The God who was and is to come
The power of the Risen One
The God who brings the dead to life
You’re the God of miracles!
You’re the God of miracles!

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  • Heather
    Posted at 06:56h, 19 February Reply

    Great song!!!

  • Rebecca Jo
    Posted at 09:17h, 19 February Reply

    Look at you making my Friday better with a great song!!!

  • Cheryl
    Posted at 10:41h, 19 February Reply

    It is funny that your post is entitled “Miracles” today! I just published a post last night about Kelly Bowling and the Divine-intervention miracle God sent to her and her family. She sings a song towards the end of the post called, “Lord, I Could Sure Use A Miracle Today”. I hope you get a chance to read her Inner Views and listen to her sing. Kelly’s story is very faith-inspiring for those waiting on their own miracle. God bless you, Caroline!

  • Marissa
    Posted at 16:03h, 19 February Reply

    One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned in the last year or so, is that if God is unchanging – then the great works He did in the OT and while Jesus walked the earth, show that He still is, and will continue to do such great works and miracles every day. Thanks for sharing this song, I hadn’t heard it yet.

  • Charlotte
    Posted at 17:22h, 19 February Reply

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.
    This post is a great reminder. In our home we talk constantly about how if you don’t have Jesus you don’t have anything. Especially in this time of lent, it is SO very important to remember how He fulfills our lives and our hearts. Thanks for this beautiful post. Lots of prayers for your miracle.

  • Jonathan W Key
    Posted at 18:43h, 20 February Reply

    God is truly the God of miracles. He keeps His promises! He’s good like that. I’m sharing this with my wife via Facebook and also I pinned it! Caroline, keep up the great work!

  • Bake the Bun
    Posted at 19:58h, 21 February Reply

    New reader here. Wonderful song!

  • Brianna George
    Posted at 23:00h, 21 February Reply

    I enjoy that song immensely. God is a God of miracles. His promises never fail. His love reigns for all to see. 🙂

  • Jed Jurchenko
    Posted at 06:45h, 22 February Reply

    Amen! Truly we do serve a God of miracles. Thank you for the encouraging words and song–It’s a great way to start my day!

  • Gary
    Posted at 16:40h, 04 May Reply

    Why is that the “big” miracles today (receiving an appearance from a dead person; being cured of an inability to walk) only happen to Pentecostals and Roman Catholics? What is the explanation for this??


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