Are you looking for some miracle to happen to you to achieve what you want? If Yes, then you must read the below learning and inspiring quotes which will help you to know why you shouldn’t run after miracles. You must focus on your efforts rather than focusing on miracles in your life.
Everyone wants some miracle to happen in his life so that whatever he wants to achieve, he gets it. Miracles are only those which happen in a moment, which no one expects.
What are the effects of the miracle?
Sunday Adelaja (Senior Pastor of the Embassy of God Church, Mentor, Author of over 400 books, Philosopher, Motivational speaker) has a different opinion, which is also true. He says that one should not wait for miracles to happen in his life. It makes a harmful effect on us, on people, and our society.
Because when a person lives in expectation of some unexpected things, he stops trying to do efforts towards his responsibility. It makes a person weak, spreads corruption in society. People rely only on miracles, without focusing on their actions.
God has created us so that we can use our efforts to reach our goals. God makes miracles for us when we keep trying. Those who depend only on miracles except their efforts, then they are a curse to themselves and their society.
Quotes to know why you shouldn’t run after miracles?
If you are chasing the miracles to happen in your life, then you must read the below educational quotes and thoughts which are said by Sunday Adelaja to make you understand the importance of efforts in your life.
Don’t be a miracle chaser
If you’re running after the miracle, then you have to stop. You don’t have to depend on Miracle. When you depend on miracles, it will be a disgrace to God. Because he didn’t make us just to run after miracles.
“If you don’t want to deceive yourself in this new year, don’t be a miracle chaser” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Don’t make miracle your focus.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When you begin to run for miracles, you give God a slap in the face.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When you begin to wait for miracles, Jesus feels insulted.” ― Sunday Adelaja
How does miracle affect you?
When you start running after miracles, you run away from your efforts, your responsibilities. When you stop trying to do efforts, you slowly stop believing in yourself, you start believing in miracles. A person who does not believe in himself is weak.
“When we reduce ourselves by waiting for miracles, we make ourselves weak.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When you begin to run after miracles you devalue yourself.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When you begin to run after miracles you make yourself lower quality than you are.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When you begin to run after miracles you reduce your significance and your essence.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Miracle-centered gospel has reduced humans to the level of animals.” ― Sunday Adelaja
How does miracle affect others?
Those who believe in miracles more than themselves become weak. People who are weak, lose control of themselves. Other people take advantage of this.
“When we teach people to run after miracles, we make them slaves.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“When we teach people to run after miracles, we make them weak men.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“As wonderful as miracles are, they are for unbelievers.” ― Sunday Adelaja
What are the effects of the miracle in society?
When people in society stop trying and rely on miracles, anyone can make them fool. In this way, corruption spreads in society.
“The gospel of miracle that we preach promotes death and encourages corruption.” ― Sunday Adelaja
What should you do other than expect the miracles?
You have to focus on your responsibility, leaving the expectation of miracles. Whatever you want to achieve, you have to acquire the necessary knowledge for it. With the help of your knowledge, skills, and hard work, you have to try to reach your goal.
“You need to do something different to expect a miracle.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Look for the virtues of faithfulness instead of miracles.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Don’t wait for miracles, prepare your miracles.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Skills and proficiency is the greatest miracle that a man needs.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Knowledge is superior to miracles.” ― Sunday Adelaja
God is for you, but do some efforts
God will do miracles with us when we try with knowledge, skill, and hard work to reach the goal.
“We cannot lose the battle if we release our faith knowing that God can do a miracle” ― Sunday Adelaja
“We are to build ourselves up, get to know God’s will, build systems, structures, work hard towards His will and stop expecting miracles.” ― Sunday Adelaja
Focus on your efforts, not on the miracles
The best thing to do is to acquire the necessary knowledge to reach your goal point and focus your effort. Don’t expect the miracle by just sitting down. When you do everything at your best, miracles will happen to you.
“When you focus on diligence and hard work miracle will come to you.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Be so strong enough in virtues like hard work rather than waiting for a miracle.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Let not miracle be your focus but be strong in diligence which is an eternal virtue.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Instead of sitting down and waiting for miracles to come, is better to start planning your miracle.” ― Sunday Adelaja
“Do everything you need to do first before expecting a miracle.” ― Sunday Adelaja
I hope you enjoyed the above quotes to know why you shouldn’t run after miracles. When you want some miracle, then acquire the knowledge, skills and make efforts with hard work to reach your goal. Do not chase for the miracle, focus on your efforts only. Miracles will happen to you. Don’t forget to mention the best line that you liked most from the above lines in the comment box below.
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