The first miracle Jesus did was to turn water into wine. The second miracle was healing of an official's son, even though he didn't go with the official, He just told him his son would live, and the official believed him. In between those two miracles, He met a Samaritan woman at the well. He told her about Himself, and she believed and told her whole town, who many there also believed, especially after they met Jesus and He stayed with them two days: "Therefore, when the Samaritans came to Him, they asked Him to stay with them, and He stayed there two days. Many more believed because of what He said. And they told the woman, 'We no longer believe because of what you said, for we have heard for ourselves and know that this really is the Savior of the world." John 4:40-42 You know, I think of that as a miracle, just as I think of my own conversion as a miracle, for I know what I was, and still Jesus loved me. I know the things I said, and He forgave me. I will never forget that moment when I realized that I was confronted by the very truth of the world - that God loves me even when I didn't love Him back, and that is the miracle I will keep with me always. He loves me, and He loves you, in spite of what we have done or how we have lived before coming face to face with the Savior.
Father, just as You have performed a miracle in my life, would you touch those who need to feel Your touch today? Would you speak the word in the hearts of millions who are on the verge of wanting to believe, but have been overwhelmed by the world. Please reveal a new heart to all of us each day, every day, that we would begin each day seeking communion with You. Strengthen those who suffer illnesses, those who fear death, those who are anxious about what will be this day, and place in us, a heart of comfort knowing that whatever happens today will be only the result of the spoken word from Your lips to our hearts. So I pray in Jesus name, we will open our eyes and ears, and see this great salvation that surrounds us.