God Will Do It For You

What do you want God to do for you? There is always that one request that overrides all the rest. Do you need a physical healing? Are you believing God to restore your marriage or save your children? Do you need a financial breakthrough? Dare to take God at his word and believe for the impossible. Have faith. Nothing is too hard for the Lord.

Many of the inspiring miracles that occurred in Jesus’s ministry resulted from the faith of those who were willing to do whatever it took to receive their breakthrough. These people acted on what they believed, and they got the results they were seeking.
One of these people was a blind man named Bartimaeus. Bartimaeus was on the roadside begging when he heard Jesus was passing his way. “And when he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to cry out, and say, Jesus, thou son of David, have mercy on me” (Mark 10:47).

“Be quiet!” some of the people yelled. “You’re making a disturbance.” “But he cried the more a great deal, Thou son of David, have mercy on me” (verse 28). Bartimaeus ignored them; he refused to keep silent. The miracle-worker was passing his way, and he could not afford to miss his moment.

He continued to cry out to the Lord, and his persistence got the Lord’s attention. “And Jesus stood still, and commanded him to be called. “And they called the blind man, saying unto him, Be of good comfort, rise; he calleth thee” (verse 49).

“And he, casting away his garment, rose, and came to Jesus” (verse 50). In that time, beggars wore a special garment, which was their license to beg. When Bartimaeus cast away his garment, he was taking a step of faith. He was so confident that he would receive his sight, he threw away his license to beg. That is faith in action.

What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him. “Lord, that I might receive my sight,” Bartimaeus answered. What do you want God to do for you? Some of us would have listed a thousand things. But Bartimaeus was focused. “I want to see.”

Jesus did not even have to lay hands on Bartimaeus. “Go your way” he told him. “Your faith has made you whole.” “And immediately he received his sight, and followed Jesus in the way” (verse 52).

I remember preaching the Gospel at a miracle crusade in Uganda, Africa. The power of God was mighty in that meeting. And a woman was there who was completely blind in one eye and partially blind in the other eye. Several people testified of the healings they received during the crusade, and that woman’s faith was stirred.

Someone helped lead her to the platform, and I asked her through the interpreter, “Mam, do you believe God can heal you?” She said, “Pastor, I believe.” I laid hands on that woman, rebuking the spirit of blindness, and the power of God went into her eyes. When I moved my hands, I told her to close her eye that had partial sight.

When I held up my finger, she held up hers. I then help up two fingers. She did the same. Her eye, which was totally blind, was completely healed. And not only did God heal her blind eye, he gave her perfect sight in her other eye as well. She could see clearly with both eyes, and that woman was so happy that she began to dance. Praise God!

At another meeting in Lonoke, Arkansas, there was another outbreak of God’s power. People were being, saved, healed, and delivered. God’s presence blanketed that church, and a 70-year-old woman who was completely blind in her right eye cried out. “Pastor Sean, pray for me. I know if you put your hands on my eyes, the Lord is going to heal me right now.

This woman had faith. “You believe that?” I asked her. She said, “Yes.” I laid hands on her and said, “In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, receive sight in this eye.” When I moved my hands, that woman screamed. “I can see! I can see!” The congregation went wild, praising God. Pandemonium broke out in that place.  

We serve a miracle-working God. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). If he healed people in the Bible and healed those blind women at our meetings, he can do the same for you. He does not change. Dare to believe him and a take a step of faith. God will do it for you!

We encourage you to join us in Dallas, Texas for a Miracle Breakthrough Service. Take a step of faith. God will honor that step and give you your heart’s desire. We believe this meeting is a divine appointment for someone believing for a breakthrough, and there will be a mighty outbreak of miracles and answered prayer. If you have not registered for the Miracle Breakthrough Service, visit: seanpinder.net/register. Admission and parking are free! We cannot wait to see you there!

God bless,
Pastors Sean and Aimee Pinder
Pastor Sean invites you to a Miracle Breakthrough Service on July 29 in Dallas, Texas. Admission and Parking are FREE!
FREE Admission & FREE Parking. Registration is required.
Doors open at 6:30 PM | Service starts at 7:30 PM

For more info, contact (469) 814-8215

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