Is this quote true?
“Just because miracles don’t happen instantaneously doesn’t mean they aren’t miracles.”
That’s the point of “The Case for Slow Miracles, a post by Michael Hyatt.
When I read this quote and accompanying story, I immediately began to try to think of a Biblical example of this. Then it hit me. The greatest miracle of all was in the works for thousands of years (and in fact could be considered ongoing): Redemption.
Occasionally, God works in an instant. But this, I think, is the exception. Usually, He works over a long period of time. This doesn’t make it any less miraculous, but it is certainly less dramatic.
What “slow miracle” has God worked in your life?