He did it in Jerusalem, Samaria, and Galilee; He can do it again wherever you are

Jesus had done it all, nothing is impossible for him. It’s all left in the Bible for us to know that he has no limit. Like the doctors, lawyers, pastors, family, friends, etc, he’s a miracle worker.

When we’re looking at the map of Jesus’ ministry, it shows how he traveled to so many places to help others from Jerusalem, Samaria, and Galilee. Healing in the synagogue on Sabbath day at Jerusalem, who would dare to do anything on that day? (Matthew 12:9-14) But he did it; for him there’s no time or day, no matter where you are that he can pull you out of any situation.

He traveled to Samaria to continue with his ministry. In John 4:4 there he met this woman and she was surprised how he knows so much about her life. With a simple conversation with her, Jesus changes her life. He doesn’t just heal people, he also changes hearts and turns lives around. Just like he did it on the cross through his blood for us, that was the greatest turn around in history.

At Cana in Galilee, he manifested his glory at a wedding when the wine runs out. (John 2:1-11) Everyone was in a panic but he wasn’t. While great wine takes a long time to ferment, Jesus bypassed that entire process in moments. In fact the Bible says when the master of the banquet tested the wine, he didn’t realize where he came from and told the bride and groom that they had saved the best for later. When I tell you he can turn any situation around, he can and he will bring the best out your situation.

He had done it all before. Just trust in him, and talk to him. He doesn’t care about who you are, where you are right now or even what day it is. He will just come and turn everything around into your favor.

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I’m Hadassa Paylor, a believer, a wife, and the founder of “Your Morning Word” blog. I’m Haitian and I live in New York. I was always felt inspired to write and help others out in my writing. On this blog you’ll find a lot of spiritual, social ideas, advice, and a lot more things to help you grow closer to God. Join me in this journey for “Your Morning Word”.

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