12 And as I spake concerning the convincing of the Jews, that Jesus is the very Christ, it must needs be that the Gentiles be convinced also that Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God;
13 And that he manifesteth himself unto all those who believe in him, by the power of the Holy Ghost; yea, unto every nation, kindred, tongue, and people, working mighty miracles, signs, and wonders, among the children of men according to their faith.
Nephi teaches us an important principle in these verses: our Savior is a God of miracles. When we exercise faith in Him, we can expect to see miracles in our lives.
This doesn’t mean that we should be sign seekers. The Savior rebuked those who sought signs with no effort or commitment on their part (Matthew 12:38-39). Demanding proof of God’s power before obeying Him is the opposite of exercising faith in Him. But when we choose to live the gospel and exercise faith, there will be miracles in our lives. We shouldn’t be “sign seekers,” but we should be “sign recognizers.”
Today, I will look for and acknowledge the hand of the Lord in my life. I will remember that Jesus Christ is a God of miracles and that I will experience miracles as I exercise faith in Him.