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Do you believe in miracle?did someting happen to you in life?

  1. Deepak Chaturvedi profile image72
    Deepak Chaturvediposted 5 years ago

    Do you believe in miracle?did someting happen to you in life?

  2. Faith Reaper profile image86
    Faith Reaperposted 5 years ago

    Yes, I do believe miracles happen each and every day.  I was healed just last year of DCIS breast cancer.  There have been many instances of just knowing a miracle had happend in my life.

  3. nsmile profile image61
    nsmileposted 5 years ago

    A miraculous change hasn't happened in my life yet, but that doesn't mean I'll stop believing in miracles. There are many things in this world that is nearly impossible for human beings to fix, that is why I uphold the belief and faith that a miracle might take place at any moment. However, that does not mean one should do nothing about their obstacles. Keep moving forward and somewhere along the road, perhaps a miracle will commence.

  4. Pamlia Wall profile image72
    Pamlia Wallposted 5 years ago

    Yes, I sincerely do.  Last year on December the first, my father, who is 86 years old was headed to a christmas party.  He drove his little red ford truck, and passed my house around 6:30p.m.  He drove to within 3 miles of the ruritan building he was going to when he blacked out and stopped breathing.  A family friend was getting in his jeep when he noticed the pick-up swerving into a graveyard and back out onto the road.  He noticed the person driving was slumped over the steering wheel.  He jumped into his jeep and put his jeep between my father's pick-up and a busy road intersection.  My father's truck rolled to a slow stop against this man's jeep.  This man jumped out of the jeep and ran to my father.  He realized who he was and that he wasn't breathing.  This man is a volunteer fireman and knows cpr.  He contacted the firestation across the road and they called 911.  My father was taken to the hospital where they scanned his stomach.  He had an aortic aneurism and had to be flown by helicopter to a larger hospital for surgery.  The doctor who operated did not give my father any chance to live.  It had been too long since it had ruptured and he did not understand how he was still alive.  After 6 hours of surgery he came through with flying colors.  He is alive and well today and known as the Miracle man to his doctor, our friends, and family.  God had put my dad at the right place with the right people who had faith and who started prayer chains all over our community.  He is truly a miracle to me.

    1. teaches12345 profile image93
      teaches12345posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      This is a wonderful share, miracles do happen today.

  5. profile image49
    Missylove21posted 5 years ago

    I believe in miracles.  I have not personally had a miracle happen, but I do remember reading an article about a lady who did.  She was a middle aged, healthy lady.  She was driving down a busy road and started feeling chest pains.  She ended up having a heart attack right there and stopped breathing.  The people that witnessed the event and came to her aid were a ER nurse, a paramedic, and a difibrilater (sp?) sales person (who happened to have one in their trunk).  They saved her life.  Wow, God was good to her that day!

  6. Alastar Packer profile image83
    Alastar Packerposted 5 years ago

    There can be no question but that something out of our complete understanding occurs in many situations. When the odds for these events reach the millions to one over and over this truth can only be reinforced. The proof is in the pudding- especially when that pudding is ones own life experiences and those of others they have first-hand knowledge of.

 
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