Jesus said, "There is no man which shall do a miracle in my name, that can lightly speak evil of me." Mark 9:39
"No one doing miracles in my name will quickly turn against me." (The Living Bible)
"No one can use my name to do something good and powerful, and in the next breath cut me down." (The Message Bible)
Miracles from God are not to be laughed at, but how can one not laugh when some are to ridiculous, shocking, and outstanding? It is always the Lord's will to work miracles for his children, and definitely that is a part of his major business.
He fills in the blanks of our life that we are unable to fill in! Our God handles the problems, troubles, and situations that we are unable to handle. In fact, just the works of salvation for man to do is "impossible!"
Then when this was acknowledged, Jesus said boldly, "With men this impossible; but with God all things are possible." Matthew 19:26
So this would suggest that our God is a specialist, and deals with all impossibilities in life that we may face. Jesus told the early believers, "Nothing shall be impossible to you." Matthew 17:20
Again, Jesus said, "With God nothing shall be impossible." Luke 1:37
He said, "The things that are impossible with men are possible with God." Luke 18:27
One writer said, "It is impossible for God to lie." Hebrews 6:18
The same writer also said, "Without faith it is impossible to please God." Hebrews 11:6
It is highly important for every believer to meditate upon the "possibilities" and the "impossibility" operations of God!
To the natural man and mind, miracles, whether naturally or spiritually, often seem impossible! But when faith is released and in full operation toward a miracle working God, miracles come easy! Miracles are a major part of God's business, plan, and operation!
Miracles don't come because of "need," but mainly when real and genuine faith is fully released. One major reason and motive for a miracle is to help individual believe in the great work of God, and to help increase their faith toward an almighty God.
When Christ worked his first miracle, we read, "And his disciples believed on him." This first miracle of Christ was revealed as "a manifestation of his glory." John 2:11
This would reveal the glory, and power of God in spite of man's weakness, helplessness, apparent defeat, and dealing with sin and sickness. God gains great glory when his followers gain supernatural power, victories, holiness, health, and success in and by the Lord.
God gains very little honor when we suffer loss, and failures in life. When a seemingly failure turns into a success by the Lord's help, then great glory can be given to the Lord God of miracles.