God's Sword of Truth - The Word


By The Holy Spirit's Disciple, Raymond Laginess

Many religious people believe in miracles, and that they all come from God....how sad. In fact, most of these events, or so called miracles, are fleshly signs of the devil. He uses them to control the flesh, and then their spirit.

It is written, "The just shall live by faith." - Gal.3:11. They need no miracles. We are told that miracles are for the unbeliever to show them that the Lord does exist. When miracles occur, and they do happen, they come from the Holy Spirit, serving a purpose for the Lord's Honor and Glory, and fit into His plan. The Spirit is affected, not the flesh. It is not for financial gain, but for reward in faith. The religious always pray for the wrong things and in the wrong way, and they never receive answers to prayer. They have no faith in the prayer or in the Lord. They pray and then go out and help the Lord carry it out. Miracles, like other spiritual things in the flesh, must be spiritually discerned and in harmony with the Word.

The Holy Spirit does not use magic, charms, spells, or visions for fleshly purposes. There are no fantasies or dreams given of God to deceive man. His miracles have a purpose and a plan. They are real and last forever. His miracles are super natural, but can be seen as fact beyond belief.

If you look around you will see creation and life, and all these seem beyond belief. They do exist, they are real, they are proof of God and a part of Him just as we are. There are built-in miracles in which events occur and they solve themselves in the harmony of life. Miracles of the Lord are given, at times, to His people who know Him and if it's in His plan for us.

There is a set time and date for all things to come to an end. All things shall come to pass, a new way of life is ahead and will come. Every "Jot and Tittle" will come to pass, it is written, so shall it be.

The Lord has not hidden anything, He has told us all we need to know, if we believe. Most do not know what real faith is, or how to use it. They also say they believe in the Lord God, but in fact they don't trust Him.

All scripture based on the King James Authorized Version or 1611 Bible, New Testament only, otherwise known as THE WORD.  All Old Testament scriptural references used in this article is Jewish History, not canonical, and is used as additional references.