The apostle John did no miracle, but Jesus said that among those born of women, there had not appeared a greater person than John.
John’s main calling was to bear witness to the Light, and this, may be yours and mine. John was content to be a voice for God. Be willing to be a voice; heard but not seen; a mirror whose surface is lost to view, because it reflects the dazzling glory of the sun or a breeze that springs up just before daylight.
Maybe what you can do for God feels common and small but have you ever thought that you may be doing more good than you know. Sowing seeds, starting streamlets, giving others true thoughts of Christ, to which they will refer one day as the first things that started them to think of God.
“He was a good man; he wrought no miracles but he spake words about Christ which led me to know Him for myself “– George Matheson
… They said, "Though John never performed a sign, all that John said about this man was true.