A Note on the Miraculous and Evangelism

Throughout Christianity’s long history across many centuries and in many different cultures, signs and wonders would prove time and again to be the most effective means of drawing new members into the communion of Christian faith.

Dale T. Irvin, Scott Sunquist, Church Historians, in History of the World Christian Movement

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I love miracles, healings, and wonders. I find myself seeking these supernatural ways of the Holy Spirit more and more as my hunger for God grows. As I read this note from an established church historian, I am encouraged again why I should do so.

Since the book of Acts, it was always the case where signs and wonders accompanied the proclamation of the kingdom of God. And I know that if we are set on accomplishing the great commission, it will be so likewise as well.

Posted by Phillip Chan

Phil has been writing in the Black Box for 10 years. His passion is to grow in his love for Jesus to obey his purposes in our generation.

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