God knows all men. He knows their nature, their disposition, their design and their true character. Many of us, when we receive a miracle tend to forget the way we began. The confession we made about Jesus as our Lord and Saviour, the promises not to sin anymore – all these we forget when things are going well. Jesus knows all men. He knows their disposition – that is why some people’s miracles are delayed. He knows that pleasure usually turns the mind of man off his Creator. Sooner or later, he begins to glorify his blessing rather than the Giver of the blessing. I mean, if man receives blessing, he may continue, for some time, the zeal to acknowledge the Giver of the blessing. But give him some time and he would be too busy with worldly commitments to serve the Lord, the Giver of the blessing.
Whichever form you come to Jesus, He sees beyond your appearance. That is why your cry cannot save you, because Jesus knows the cry of faith. I mean, the cry born of God; I mean, the cry born of sincerity and humility of mind. Jesus does not need anyone to tell Him about you, because He knows you better than you do yourself. That is why you cannot deceive Him with the waving of your hands in worship. You cannot deceive Him by the raising of strong prayer points or by the multitude of your sacrifices without repentance. This means God does not need your sacrifice to take away your sin but your repentance – not only feeling sorrow for the sins committed but breaking away from sin.