I’m going crazy in my own window pane
But the pane won’t open so I’m going insane
I’m looking for a magician with an empty box
But he’s busy looking for a rabbit with a broken clock
I’m waiting for a ride that broke down long ago
But I think it slid off the road due to the ruthless snow
I’m looking for someone to take me away
But it’s like finding a needle in a stack of hay
I’m looking for that shiny pot of gold
I guess this isn’t a game that’s told
I’m waiting for the postman to deliver my check
But I’ve been waiting for days, it must have got lost with all the rest
I’m looking for my prince only in my dreams
But he’s either long gone or lost cause the streets are so mean
I’m just waiting for someone to shoot me down
But I’m not anticipating the fall to the ground
I will keep on searching for what I cannot see
Because in the end i know He'll guide me
There was a time in my own life when I tried not to hope for too much or dream dreams that were too big. Then I read a simple little quote that said, “Somewhere right now a miracle is happening.” That’s all it took. One simple little quote opened up my mind and heart to the very real possibility of miracles. Of course I always believed in them, but these words took up residence in my heart and have served as a reminder to me ever since.
If you have high hopes and dreams, I want you to find a way to hold on to them. Even when your arms get tired, don’t lower them. Heaven help the person or situation that’s up against an individual who believes in their dreams so much that they don’t just invite a miracle into their life, they stand at the door waiting for it.
I’ve rounded up what I think are some very powerful miracle quotes. If you’re needing that extra little encouragement right now, I hope you’ll find at least one quote that’ll help you. If waiting for your own miracle has drained you so much that you find yourself slumped over, let the words below prop you back up!
“I have found in life that if you want a miracle you first need to do whatever it is you can do – if that’s to plant, then plant; if it is to read, then read; if it is to change, then change; if it is to study, then study; if it is to work, then work; whatever you have to do. And then you will be well on your way of doing the labor that works miracles.” – Jim Rohn