I am a charismatic, albeit a mild mannered one, and a recurring theme in some of the circles in which I move is that God wants us to be living naturally in the supernatural. Miracles, we are told, should be everyday events in all of our lives. This is, of course, aspirational because it is a lived reality for only a very tiny number of people (and even in their cases there is a tendency for myths to grow around them).
So I have been struck recently by how much the characters in the Bible did not live naturally in the supernatural. I notice the lack of miracles in the stories of key characters such as Joseph, Ruth, David, Solomon, Josiah, Jeremiah, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, etc, etc, etc.
I am also struck by the fact that amazing miracles clearly cluster around key people at key times in the salvation story
2. Elijah and Elisha
4. The apostles
What strikes me in the book of Acts is not that all the believers were doing miracles (as many charismatics would have us believe) but that they were not! The miracles in Acts cluster around a small band of people. The believers brought their sick to those people. There was no call to normal believers to be raising the dead every day. Thus Paul refers to his signs and wonders as the things that mark an apostle out (2 Cor 12:12).
Of course, I do believe that the church is a charismatic community in which the Spirit sheds abroad gifts such a tonogues, prophesy, healing, etc (1 Cor 12-14). I am in no way a cessationist! I do expect to see the gifts of the Spirit operative in the body.
However, I do not think that I if I am not seeing miracles in my daily life of the quality and quantity that Jesus did then I am falling short of God's best for me. Sorry but I am not prepared to carry that burden (and it is a burden, because all those who aspire to such things fall far short of their goal). Doing miracles is God's job not mine and if he don't do 'em then, so long as I have been obedient, I am not going to feel guilty.
So I am inspired by the very biblical vision of believers finding God at work in their very 'un-supernatural' lives. If we are honest that is where most of us engage with the living God and I, for one, don't feel bad about that.