Jesus talked about sending a “spirit of truth” and said it would “guide you into all the truth.”
A reliable indicator that you are not following the spirit of truth is: you have no need for miracles.
You might “believe” in miracles. You might even experience a miracle now and then. But you steer clear of situations where you would need one. When situations like that occur, you wish they hadn’t.
There might be some argument about those statements, but anyone who argues with them probably does not expect miracles to happen. Hope? Yes. Pray? Yes. Expect? No.
If we don’t expect miracles to happen, no wonder they rarely do.
How many “Christians” do you know who live lives daring enough that they expect miracles to happen, so that they risk “following Jesus” in ways that make miracles necessary?
Not many, I’d bet. Not hardly a single one. Hear about them? Yes. Read about them? Yes. Know one? No.
I’m going to change that.