This is a detailed print of my original piece, "Lord of Miracles".
I’ve been praying for a miracle. For several weeks now I’ve pleaded with the Lord to overrule the science of man with the power of God. In the evenings, miracles have been my topic of study.
This year, two women close to me were diagnosed with cancer. Learning of the diagnoses was emotionally burdensome for me, as I’ve personally witnessed the manner in which cancer can ravage a life.
Today, I spoke with my mother about the cancer diagnosis of the first woman. In our discussion, my mother mentioned the woman had repeatedly astonished her doctors as she was living beyond the timelines her doctors had for her. Because of this, she’s begun to call herself “a walking miracle”.
When my mom stated this, I felt a pang in my soul. Here I’d been praying to see a miracle in my own life, & I was blind to the miracle in the life of another. God was ministering unto this woman, blessing her life with additional life, literally exceeding the expectations of Science, & I was oblivious to it.
As I realized this, my soul was humbled & began to cry.
Several hours had passed on since this experience & I now sat reflecting on the events of the year. In pondering, I was reminded of the cancer diagnosis of the second woman. My mom. This summer I learned the heartbreaking news that cancer plagued the life of my sweet mother. The diagnosis was traumatic for me. I couldn’t possibly imagine life without this amazing woman who so selflessly raised me.
Two weeks ago, my mother messaged my husband & I to tell us she had her 3-month check-up & had no signs of cancer. I celebrated to hear this news; however, until this moment, I’d not stopped to consider this joyous news a miracle of God.
Oh, how I feel like Peter. I may not have denied Christ thrice; however, it has taken until today to realize I have overlooked Him twice. Before today my testimony of miracles was small, I knew Christ had ministered to the blind & the sick, yet, I did not realize He performed just as miraculous of miracles today as He did then.
Miracles are as alive today as ever, we just have to open our eyes to witness the merciful acts of The Lord of Miracles ♥️
Print is printed on beautiful 80lb matte cover linen paper. 5x7", 8x10", and 11x14" prints are packaged in a clear sleeve and mailed in a stay-flat mailer. 16x20" prints are packaged in a clear sleeve and mailed in a shipping tube.
This item is unframed.
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Artwork is copyright of Brianna Lewis @BriLewArt
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