In the book of Acts 2:22, it speaks of Jesus as “a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and signs, which God did among you through him.” All through the gospels we see where miracle working was part of Jesus’s every day activities.
The question is: Who is eligible for a miracle? I think if we look at each individual case we find that every person without exception who received a miracle had one major thing in common — they all had a problem. In other words, they all had one particular need or another.
The blind man was of course blind, the lame man couldn’t walk, and the man with leprosy had a skin disease. Those possessed needed to be loosed from the power of evil spirits while the widow’s son was dead and needed to be raised to life and the 5,000 in the crowd needed food to eat.
I think you get the picture — those who have no needs or problems are not eligible for a miracle.
Another thing those who received miracles had in common was that they humbled themselves before the Lord. They realized that they were totally dependent on God for the help they needed.
So the question for you is: Are you eligible for a miracle from the Lord? If you have a problem, then the answer is yes. If you don’t have a problem, then pray for those who do that they will receive the miracle from the Lord that they desperately need.