Check yourself on these SEVEN SIGNS

At the end of the 1980 USA vs Russia hockey game  the announcer yelled out in a loud and joyous voice



To be ready for a miracle We need to listen to the gentle voice of the Holy Spirit. Out of the stillness He will show us the blocks that are set up against receiving God's unconditional love. The greatest of these blocks are: fear and self-hatred. You need be willing to let go of these blocks and let God do the rest. The person who helps us the most to let go of these blocks is the Holy Spirit. He supplies the plan and the power to overcome.
Come Holy Spirit ready me for the miracle I need today!

When you realize that Jesus was sent by God to be your Savior, you’re Healer and your Redeemer and you put your faith in Him rather than in your own efforts.
You are ready for a miracle!

When you are willing to accept miracles as your inheritance because you are God's child.
You are ready for a miracle!

Do you feel guilty about something?
Have you accepted any negative suggestions into your belief system?
Have you set yourself up for self-punishment or self-condemnation?

When you are ready to "step out in faith" in some gesture of belief, (even symbolic)
You are ready for a miracle!

When you expect God to turn a problem around at any moment,
You are ready for a miracle!

When you are ready to let go of whatever is making you sick,
You are ready for a miracle!

When sickness happens rather than complain why me? Ask "God what's happening to me?" God is not responsible for sickness. He allows sickness so you tum to Him for healing. Jesus wants to heal the root causes of your diseases.

The Father is the Vine-dresser He will root up what He didn't plant. You cannot change the past but you can change the power it has over you. When you are ready to have a faith-filled person pray with you and pray in faith that what you ask for is given;
You are ready for a miracle.

When you acknowledge in your heart that God is good, and that only good comes from God,
You are ready for a miracle!

Work out your anger with God and self. Do not stuff your feelings! You should not be told what to feel. The God you believe in is an unconditional Lover who is very steadfast in His love and would never deprive us of what we need. The Holy Spirit can completely change our perspective. God does not cause distress. He is the answer.

Saint Ignatius Loyola said:

If God causes you to suffer much, it is a sign that He has great designs for you, and that He certainly intends to make you a saint.

And if you wish to become a great saint, ask Him yourself to give you much opportunity for suffering; for there is no wood better to kindle the fire of holy love than the wood of the cross, which Christ used for His own great sacrifice of boundless charity.

Let us pray in faith
Come Holy Spirit ready me for the miracle I need today!