It's a miracle I came to work today since I'm sooooo lazy after a nice and long weekend
Was a Navigating Officer in the Merchant Navy , gained enlightenment and became a poet ranked alongside the Holy Bibles and Holy Qurans . Life is one big miracle.
To believe that something is a miracle you must have a lot of evidence. My cousin aged 5 escaped out of her house and we all went searching for her for hours, we could not find her went home and she was there. She said that she had fallen in the local beck which has very steep sides, not even a grown adult would find it easy to come out of, she then said that an angel pulled her out then disapeared.
It could be argued that she was lying but the fact that she is a very innocent little girl makes this story believable, i believe this was a miracle.
I wasn't late for work! I usually try to sleep in up to the last minute.
it is a miracle, i am now going to turn off computer, i am an addict
A friend of mine has a child who fell into the backyard swimming and drowned.
While at the hospital the doctors stopped cpr and pronounced him dead. He was 3 years old at the time.
My friend at the time was not a believer in God or in miracles in that sense.
while his lifeless little body lay on the bed his parents sobbed. Then something happened...
first a finger movement and then a hand.
All of sudden he sat up yelling "The King mommy! The King!!!"
He is now in his late 20's and has a wife and his own kids and still to this day remembers seeing Jesus, the King.
by Demas W Jasper 11 months ago
What would have to happen for you to know you have experienced a miracle?
by AKA Winston 7 years ago
The Scottish philosopher David Hume turned religion on its head with this reasoned and well-expressed thought on the miraculous:"That no testimony is sufficient to establish a miracle, unless the testimony be of such a kind, that its falsehood would be more miraculous, than the fact, which it...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago
Unlike the song with the same title, my question is not a rhetorical one.If we are to believe the naturalist's view, then miracles are absolutely non-existent, because from their philosophical perspective, the process of "becoming" exists on its own in SPACE or TIME ,...
by accofranco 7 years ago
i want to know, do you believe that someone with the power of Jehovah through his son Jesus Christ (for example, a pastor, prophet etc)can heal someone with incurable disease like HIV AIDS, Cancer and also have the power to chase out evil and demonic spirits?
by Joan Whetzel 5 years ago
Do you believe in miracles?What constitutes a miracle for you?
by Elizabeth Knott 3 years ago
Christianity today is so full of compromise. The world impacts the church, much more than the church impacts the world. So with that being said, do you believe that the church today has placed limitations on God and the occurence of miracles in the world are simply because of our lack of obedience?
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