WE decree that our home is an atmosphere where miracles operate and manifest regularly. We declare that we receive divine experiences and supernatural encounters from heaven. We receive manifestations that turn impossible situations around and bring blessing and surprises. People get healed in our home and receive instantaneous miracles. We declare the manifestation of miracles, signs, and wonders flows freely. We say that signs follow the Word of God that is spoken and preached in our home. We invite the supernatural presence of the Lord to take up residence here. We break the power of all hindrances, unbelief, and religious spirits that would discount miracles, and we prophesy that our minds are open and receptive to the supernatural move of God. We are a family who creates the atmosphere of miracles in our home, in Jesus’ Name!

And the disciples went everywhere and preached, and the Lord worked through them, confirming what they said by many miraculous signs (Mark 16:20 NLT).

Many believers do not fully understand the miraculous side of God, particularly when it comes to receiving miracles in their own lives. People often do not progress beyond the realm of guessing what God will do about their situation, or if and when they will experience the miracle they’re desiring. The age-old question of why some people receive a miracle and others do not remains difficult to answer because not all situations are exactly the same. However, we do know this: We can create an environment that sets the atmosphere for miracles. We see this in the
ministry of Jesus. People who received miracles from Him were in a place of faith for such; they were anticipating that they would receive (see Matt. 8:13; Mark 5:34; 9:23). On the flip side, when Jesus came to Nazareth, He was unable to do any mighty works because of their unbelief (see Mark 6:5). They resisted and analyzed Jesus’ miracle-working power and, as a result, they did not receive. We must be people who create an atmosphere that is receptive to God’s miracle-working power. We do so by believing for it, not by analyzing it logically and ultimately rejecting it, like the people of Nazareth. Instead, talk about miracles in your home. When you pray, tell the Lord how much you believe in His miracle power. Build your faith on the Word of God
that reveals how willing He is to exercise His miraculous nature on your behalf. Declare that your home is filled with miracles, and always speak accordingly. Lastly, avoid unbelief and speaking negatively when circumstances seem adverse and it doesn’t appear that God will step in. Your home is a place for miracles!