What does the Bible say about Miracles, Signs and Wonders? If you are looking for a Biblical exposition that is not steeped in jargon and deep theological terms, yet is still profoundly Scriptural in its approach, this book may be just what you are looking for.
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The context in which it was developed is in Africa where everything from Christian churches to pagan institutions are chasing after miracles. In this setting many new believers are searching for the truth about miracles and the signs and wonders being talked about all around them.
Many have gone the route of following after many leaders who claimed to be miracle workers. They abound here. Yet they have been left empty as they were once again led down a path of promises that came up empty.
This book is the outgrowth of looking for a simple way to show new Christians what the Bible says about miracles, signs and wonders. Yet to do it without filling in details, simply put, to let the Scriptures speak for themselves. In our world today so many have gone running after miracles and looking for a quick fix for their problems. Just like in the days of Christ! Men are seeking after signs. Yet the Scriptures are so very clear when taken in context about the purpose and use of miracles, signs and wonders. By defining words, sentences and paragraphs it becomes extremely obvious to all who seek the truth just what these miracles are all about, how they are to be governed when they are legitimate and what to do when we face counterfeits.