Have you witnessed any miracles and wonders lately?

Then all the multitude kept silent and listened to Barnabas and Paul declaring how many miracles and wonders God had worked through them among the gentiles. Acts 15:12 NKJV.

Wonders, teras, Strongs# 5059. Teras; often associated with semeion (4592), sign, and usually translated as “wonder.” These two words refer not to different classes of miracles, but to different qualities of the same miracle.

Teras is derived from tereo, to watch, as being that which for its extraordinary character is apt to be observed and kept in the memory. It is a miracle regarded as startling. Imposing, amazing, frequently used elsewhere for strange appearances in the heavens. Caravaggio_Doubting_Thomas

Teras denotes extraordinary occurrences, supernatural Prodigies, omens, portents, unusual manifestations, miraculous incidents, speaking of the future rather than the past, and acts that are so unusual they cause the observer to marvel or be in awe.

Signs and wonders are a perfect balance for touching man’s intellect, emotions, and will.

Let me share an example briefly: a 77-year-old man of God who literally had a shopping bag of meds he took for aliments from serving in World War One. He received prayer for a new heart. He left Arizona to return to his niece’s home in Sacramento California where he could walk to the V.A. hospital.

He was given his yearly exam, x –rays and blood tests etc. Three different doctors (each took an x-ray) examined him only to conclude that this 77-year old man had the physical heart of a twenty-year-old man.

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