Ezekiel 37:1-14 (GWT)
Right about this time last year, I came to a crossroads in my life. I found myself at a big Christian conference, surrounded by thousands of people. Most of them strangers, but some very close to me. As I was listening to a sermon that was spoken by a man I've never met, the words touched something deep within my sub conscience, something that I realized I have been ignoring for some time. If you asked me then and there if I believed that God could perform miracles, I would give you a fervent "Yes!". If you asked me if I believed that God could perform miracles in my life, I would mutter a sad "No". Somewhere in the hustle and bustle of life, in between high mountains and low valleys of my spiritual life, I realized I was slowly losing my faith. Not my faith in God - I still believed He existed, and still believed His Word was the ultimate truth. I still believed He was worthy of my praise, and I still gave Him credit for every breath I took. I started losing my faith in Him rescuing me, helping me... the "me" as in myself, an individual that has failed Him so much. I stopped believing that there was a way out, that certain situations in my life had to stay the way they were. I stopped believe He'd send a miracle my way. As the preacher spoke, I started praying for a miracle.
He has sent a few miracles my way since, and the more I seek Him, the more I realize how much His love extends to the undeserving, to the unworthy, to the sad and the sorry, to the weak in spirit. As I came across the above scripture today, I was reminded once again that my God is a miracle worker. If your faith or soul or whatever it is that you're struggling to find is as dry bones, lifeless, and hopeless -- ask God for a miracle. He is capable of working it out for you in ways you won't even imagine. His ways may take out out of your comfort zone and following in them may be the hardest thing you'd ever had to do, but His love will carry you through.
Pray for a miracle, for your miracle. Allow Him to breathe life into your hopeless situation. And believe. Just believe.