Pastor, does miracle money exist? Can God credit my bank account directly?
If what you’re asking me is if there’s anything God cannot do, then my answer is “nothing”. If God can give a brand new kidney to a person who had kidney failure, why can’t He give money to a person who desperately needs it?
It’s true that God blesses men through men, but He doesn’t always have to. Based on His relationship with people, He can actually deliver blessings by Himself or through an angelic encounter. Think about it, the person who had a failing kidney would need a kidney donor, and it would be a blessing if he gets one, right? But when God gives such a person a brand new kidney, which man did He use? God doesn’t always have to use a person to bless you, He can as well send manna from heaven.
Speaking of miracle money, I looked up the meaning of the word “miracle” in the dictionary and what I found would interest you.
A miracle is:
– An event that appears inexplicable by the laws of nature and so is held to be supernatural in origin.
– A fortunate outcome that prevails despite overwhelming odds against it.
These two definitions speak of two levels of miracles that are available in Christianity. The first definition unveils a type of miracle that cannot be traced to any physical or natural source, while the second definition may be linked to a physical or natural source – even though the possibility may have been triggered by a supernatural force.
For instance, if a person who has been owing you for ten years suddenly pays you after you attended a church service or after you prayed, then that’s not a coincidence, it’s definitely a miracle. Although the money was originally yours, but the possibility of still getting that money was against all odds. On the other hand, if you were in a desperate situation and you suddenly found money in your pocket or account – money which you know wasn’t there before or put there by anyone, that’s also a miracle, but in this case, it came from God directly.
Just last year, a brother in my church had fixed his wedding date. Alot of things had not been done; food, clothes, both for himself and his mother. Weeks to the wedding, this brother continued to engage rigorously in soul winning endeavors, he believed that God would visit him. Just few days to the wedding, a man in White raiment visited his mother, took her to the market, paid for everything she needed, gave her some cash and disappeared. As that was happening to the mother, the same thing was happening to the son. The same man in white appeared to the son, paid for his clothes, and gave him some money and left. The boy tried to catch up with the man, but according to him, it was almost like the man disappeared. He couldn’t recall what his face looked like, everything happened like a dream, yet they received all those things.
People who doubt that God cannot credit one’s account directly argue that the bank would run at a loss if a transaction cannot be traced, but that brother’s experience taught me that If God miraculously credits my account by Himself, then He’d also ensure that the bank doesn’t experience shortage, just as that man paid for the things he bought for the boy and his mother. God is not a confusionist.
Till date, nobody has been able to explain how a coin got into the mouth of a fish, neither has anybody complained of a missing coin. So yes, God can give you money or credit your account directly, the credit will be untraceable, yet the bank won’t experience shortage. Such miracles are possible, but I’m sure it doesn’t work for lazy people🤣.
In John chapter 14, Jesus assures us that if we believe in Him, we’d do the works He did and even greater works. If Jesus could command money to appear in the mouth of a fish, then commanding money to appear in my account is definitely greater works😂.
Having said that, my only worry is that some believers may have created a doctrine out of “Miracle Money”. A miracle is a miracle. If you got a financial miracle, let it remain a financial miracle. If you received healing, then what you received is called a healing miracle. If we keep propagating the subject of “Miracle Money” the way many believers are doing right now, then I fear that the next generation of believers would be lazy. Let’s beware of promoting something that only a great level of relationship with God can produce.
A better way to address financial situations in church would be to declare financial miracles, then allow God to work based on the faith of the receiver. Let’s be careful how we use our anointing lest we lead people astray and eventually fall. If Elijah could call down fire, then he could have as well called down money. Let’s learn from Jesus, whenever he needed to do a miracle to meet needs, it was never to show off.
Finally, if you receive a credit alert from an unknown sender, please go to your bank and verify the transfer. The bank would not deny a miracle. What I mean is, if it is a miracle, the bank will tell you. Just as doctors know when a healing was a miracle, bankers also know when a credit was a miracle. But I have no doubt that God can give a financial miracle to an individual.
I hope this has brought enlightenment to someone.
Remain ever blessed, in Jesus precious name!