Signs and wonders 111
Memorise: They said therefore unto him, what sign shewest thou then, that we may see, and believe thee? What dost thou work? John 6:30
we vividly saw from yesterday’s study that people required a sign from Jesus to prove He is the Messiah. If people required that Jesus should prove the He is the Messiah through a sign, it is then expected that people would expect anyone who claims to be a minister of God to confirm his or her calling with signs and wonders. As a servant of God, the ministry God has called you to is designed for signs and wonders. Your ministry is your area of service to the Lord. It may be singing, teaching, evangelising, counselling, or just ant definite area of service for which you have received special grace and anointing. For you to function effectively in your area of calling, you need signs and wonders to follow you. This will attest to the fact that God actually sent you and that you are not an impostor. Some people desire academic, theological or ministerial titles; there is nothing wrong with titles if God gives you the grace to acquire them legitimately to His glory. However, in the service of God, titles without signs and wonders backing them up are inappropriate. Show me your works and not your titles. You need signs and wonder-working anointing to make it in your business life and to establish your calling among the people.
There was a time we used to have a Bible study meeting in a living room at the
University of Ibadan ( ). We were quite few in
number then. Later on, we moved to the rare
of the building for the meeting. There was an occasion where it bagan to
rain when we were about to start the Bible study. Surprisingly, the rain fell
on every part of the campus but did not drop at the building where we were
gathered for the meeting. Another time, I was in Nigeria Abuja
( Nigeria) for the Holy Ghost Service.
Then I went to visit the Christian Ecumenical Centre under construction. When I
got there, the white man handing the project said to me: “Sir, I was told you
are connected with the Man at the top”. I thought he was talking about Mr.
President, and so, I asked him: “You
mean the President?” He said “No, I mean the Man at the top”. Then I knew he
was talking about God. I said “O yes, by His special grace.” He then asked me
to talk to God that there would be no rain during the day so that he could
complete the job before Sunday. I told him there would be no rain during the
day”. After I said that, I remembered we were to have the Abuja Holy Ghost Service on Friday! On
Friday, the cloud of rain covered everywhere in Abuja and soon, it began to rain everywhere
except the stadium where the programme was held. As you read this devotional,
your life shall be filled with signs and wonders in Jesus’ Name. Abuja
Father, for all those asking where my God is, show yourself mighty in my life for them to see.