Edna Lister's Sermons on Miracles

God wrought many miracles as recorded in the Bible; in the Old Testament, He granted miracles to the tribes of Israel before, during their travels through the wilderness and after they divided themselves into the nations of Judah and Israel.

God brings miracles to pass in order to fulfill His will regarding the destiny of mankind, but only after His faithful souls cry out to Him in petition for mercy. The sermons and lectures collected here all relate to miracles, which require abundant faith and prayer.

A Miracle of Loaves and Fishes: Bible study outline, March 16, 1934, Buffalo, New York.

The Life Practical: Bible study outline, September 14, 1934, Buffalo, New York.

I AM THAT I AM: sermon outline, January 12, 1936, Buffalo, New York.

Faith in God's Power: sermon outline, September 29, 1936, Buffalo, New York.

Loaves and Fishes: sermon outline, February 21, 1937, Buffalo, New York.

Peace, Power and Plenty: sermon outline, April 18, 1937, Buffalo, New York.

The Pillar of Fire (a): sermon outline, June 3, 1937, Cleveland, Ohio.

The Pillar of Fire (b): Bible study outline; June 11, 1937, Cleveland, Ohio.

Heavenly Manna: Bible study outline, July 8, 1940, Buffalo, New York.

The One Miracle: Bible study outline, April 26, 1942, Buffalo, New York.

Note: Many more sermons to be added soon.

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Edna Miriam Lister
1884 – 1971
The original Christian Pioneering Mystic,
Platonist philosopher, American Idealist, Founder, Society of the Universal Living Christ, minister, teacher, author, wife, and mother.

Edna Lister

Etymology of miracle: mid-12th Century, "a wondrous work of God," from Old French miracle, from Latin miraculum "object of wonder," from mirari "to wonder at, marvel, be astonished," figuratively "to regard, esteem," from mirus "wonderful, astonishing, amazing." From mid-13th Century as "extraordinary or remarkable feat," without regard to deity.


Harper, Douglas. "Miracle," Online Etymology Dictionary Accessed 18 November 2022.

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