Why we believe in miracles?

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  1. maria.rose profile image38
    maria.roseposted 12 years ago

    Why we believe in miracles?

  2. trafford profile image39
    traffordposted 12 years ago

    Because it actually happens........we can't deny what we see and what we felt...so it exist in our life

  3. drdspervez profile image63
    drdspervezposted 12 years ago

    We believe in miracles because MIRACLES happens.   smile

                    DR.DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ

  4. biman_r profile image72
    biman_rposted 12 years ago

    I believe in miracles as sometimes I depend on miracles to happen and they do happen. I think if we lose faith and don't believe in miracles then miracles will not happen. Its the faith that keeps it happening from time to time.

  5. Kamalesh050 profile image74
    Kamalesh050posted 12 years ago

    Simply because miracles do happen. I have seen it happening like many of us have.

  6. Claudin_Dayo profile image61
    Claudin_Dayoposted 12 years ago

    because you will receive a miracle the moment you believe on it smile miracles do happen and are for real

  7. peterxdunn profile image60
    peterxdunnposted 12 years ago

    Show me the evidence for miracles. Do not just make totally unsupported statements.

    I would dearly like to see evidence for miracles - because there are millions of children living; and dying, in abject poverty around the World. These kids are sorely in need of a miracle.

    Maybe a more equitable distribution of wealth would do them more good - but then - that would be a miracle wouldn't it.

  8. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 12 years ago

    humans need something to believe in . we can't seem to believe in ourselves so we turn to things that can't be proven. there has never been a real miracle occur but people will still argue that they have seen one. i just shake my head.

  9. profile image51
    raxxsachposted 12 years ago

    when we believe in miracle what we are thinking is the hope that something good will happen ,it is a step towards optimism .so we keep such believe because we have faith in goodness and we tell ourselves in spite of all odds there is a hope.it is good to believe but we should never sit and wait we should work in the directions to make it possible.

  10. www.lookseenow profile image60
    www.lookseenowposted 12 years ago

    Both Moses and Jesus performed miracles, thus demonstrating that they had Jehovah’s backing.  Moses was the first human on record to perform miracles involving water when at his command the waters of the Nile and its reedy pools became blood, the Red Sea was parted, and water came gushing out of rock in the desert.   (Ex. 4:1-9)

  11. plogan721 profile image83
    plogan721posted 12 years ago

    We believe in miracles because the world is a cold place when you think about it.   For some, a miracle represents good things happening to people, and for others, it is magical.   I side on the good that happens to people.  Just when you think that all hope is lost, something good

  12. tgopfrich profile image70
    tgopfrichposted 12 years ago

    Because it gives you hope and makes you look forward to the future. Helps you to know that "something has to work out"

  13. cobrien profile image62
    cobrienposted 12 years ago

    We  need  to  hope  when  we  feel  hopeless.

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    GavNugentposted 11 years ago

    There's is no such thing as "miracles" as such, just probability. Even against ridiculous odds, if an event happens enough times, a certain outcome will happen. When we talk about "miracles" we are usually talking about ridiculously improbable events that happen. With 6 billion people on earth, and an infinite number of events in each life time, there are bound to be "miracles".

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    Deborah Sextonposted 11 years ago

    Because they happen.
    Miracles- are fantastic things, many people will call a healing a miracle and as great as a healing is, it is just that, a healing.
    Miracles are much different. Miracles can part the red sea or turn a staff into a snake. It can hide you in plain view, or drop manna from heaven. It can take two fish and feed 10,000 people.


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