We want to experience the supernatural, and yet we are experiencing it daily. If we awoke and were able to smell for the first time, hear for the first time, and touch for the first time, would we not say we had experienced a miracle? Had we never seen fire, what would we think the first time we saw it? If we had never walked, what would we think upon taking the first step? We are living the miraculous! This is why Jesus said it is a wicked generation that seeks for a sign, a wicked people who cannot see the miracle of life every day of their lives. If we cannot recognize God, we want something more to add to the miraculous. For those who do not recognize God, there will never be enough. It would be a miracle to see the lame walk, the blind see, a leper healed. Yet we walk, see, and are being healed every day, so why would people say we never experience miracles? I have walked on water . . . when it had become ice. Why am I not walking and leaping and praising God like the healed lame man? I have been healed, and yet like the carnal—blind and unseeing—I do not recognize God and His glory, considering it to be mundane.
As soon as He was approaching, near the descent of the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of the disciples began to praise God joyfully with a loud voice for all the miracles which they had seen.