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I don't believe there is much of difference. I believe that we create energy that attracts like energy. When we believe in both magic and miracles, we attract these types of circumstances and situations to us. This is a sort of "miracle" in itself - where we learn we do have the capacity to create both magic and miracles in higher volume because we first believe it is a possibility. It can sometimes be hard to put into words. I recently read a book by Deepak Chopra "Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire - the essence of harnessing the infinite power of coincidence" and found his views on what he calls "synchrodestiny" very enlightening. Basically he teaches about being mindful of coincidences that start to gather in your life and later translate into seemingly miraculous events. Definitely worth a read through if you have time! Have a blessed day!
I think the difference is that magic is something that is intentionally done and miracles happen on their own without any interference.
I think miracle is something uncontrolled but magic is said to be produced by people
Magic is sleight of hand and an illusion performed by an actor/magician. A miracle is real and doesn't depend on someone for it to happen. And a miracle benefits someone or something. Magic is for entertainment
The source of magic is always from evil, manipulative powers while the source from which Miracles proceed is good (Godly) power. Magic and Miracles are never the same, they are on two opposite ends as the north is from the south!
by ngureco9 months ago
Explain the difference between Miracles and Magic?If you were to drop from another planet to find a magician crutching razors into needles and Jesus feeding 5000 with five loaves of bread and two fish, whom would you...
by Emile R6 years ago
I've read so many comments on this forum by 'believers' that they possess supernatural abilities. Everything from getting advice from God on a car purchase, to personally performing miracles, to saying the name of...
by aka-dj8 years ago
In another thread I see some people think they are somehow one and the same.I have (some) understanding of what a miracle is, but will someone please educate me on the other, and the difference between them? Thanx.
by Disappearinghead4 years ago
.......in terms of behaviours and activities?I've just read a hub by someone talking about the old Chestnut that not all who call themselves Christian are going to heaven citing Jesus "Not all who cry Lord will...
by flacoinohio5 years ago
What is the difference between a miracle and a supernatural change?I watched part of a broadcast where a man named Dr. Todd Coontz was pretending to give a sermon of sorts. His goal was to get 3000 viewers to...
by getitrite2 years ago
Whats the difference between the pope blessing someone and a witch doctor performing voodoo ritualAnd what about exorcisms? Is there objective proof that the pope's rituals are based in reality, and the other mere...
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