Do you believe you have ever witnessed a true miracle in your lifetime?
If you believe you have seen a true miracle in your lifetime, would you mind sharing of that experience? Or if you believe it was some type of divine intervention, that would be along the same lines as a miracle. Thank you for answering.
Well I do believe in miracles, as you know one of my hubs was about a miracle that saved my life.
However I believe that the miracle is due to divine intervention.
All our gifts and witness to miracles or experiencing one ourselves is true divine intervention.
I never think about how and why and when this could possibly happened because I believe if we do, then we are questioning our Creator.
This is a very good question as it will be very interesting to read such stories. These stories always intrigue me.
Blessings to you and your family
I had a significant "miraculous" experience in my life that fully confirmed to me my belief in God, or Divine Intervention. It was something that in no way, shape or form could be explained, and I would only be a fool to not believe that God had His hand in it.
Hi Faith Reaper. I not only witnessed a "true miracle," I was the star of it! I wrote about my miracle in my Hub "Accident Angels." In 2005, I was involved in a car accident near Manhattan Beach, a suburb of Los Angeles. A swerving, out-of-control SUV slammed into me, then "pushed" my little Grand Am across many lanes during a peak "heavy traffic" period. There were so many cars speeding by, and yet not one hit me! The SUV caused my car to crash into the far left guardrail, and then I somehow managed to drive all the way back to the right side of the freeway, where I pulled off the road and waited for help--with my dashboard in my lap, and me without a scratch. How's that for miracles?! God is good.
Wow, drmiddlebrook, I had the same experience in 2012 on the Veterans'Day holiday and my car did three 380s across three lanes of Interstate on my way to see my dying mother. I felt the presence of angels and I had not one scratch on me or my car!
Faith Reaper, looks like we're connected in more ways than just our faith! Thank God for blessing us through His grace and mercy, for your survival and mine!
Oh, yes, indeed! I wrote a hub about it too, but unpublished it as it was published in an ebook to benefit a special cause.
i thought that, by definition, miracle WAS divine in source. a miracle is something that cannot be explained with science or logic. for instance, when i was seven and playing in a lake. twice that day, just a few minutes apart, i nearly drowned (i was being rather stupid, playing a very dangerous game only a kid would even think was a game). the only reason i am here today is because both times i breathed water. inhaled and exhaled it three times each time, exhaling upon reaching the surface of the water. also when i was three i died for 4 minutes. it was that experience that confirmed for me as i grew that GOD was very real. i am a firm believer in miracles because i am a firm believer that GOD is active in HIS world, HIS creation.
I believe I was directly saved by God in a miraculous situation in June, 1999. I should have died and was spared.
I have written my story called "Forty Six Hours" in the first volume of Mysterious and Miraculous, in which 70% of the profits go to K9s for Wounded Warriors.
This question has revealed some other powerful stories. I hope the various writers would consider submitting their stories for Volume 3 of our book. Folks are free to contact me via HP e-mail.
Have a peaceful evening. Hugs, Maria
I believe so too, Dear Maria, without a doubt and your story is a powerful one. I was humbled and thrilled that I was asked to share my story too that I mentioned in a comment above in that same first volume. Oh, that would be exciting! Hugs
Yes. I believe my life is a miracle. In college my life and my reputation was one big mess. I was definitely headed for a brutal future. When I joined Campus Crusade for Christ, I had a genuine experience of Jesus coming into my life and taking control over my life. Today, I am not really church going but I do submit my life to Jesus every day and he never fails me. After becoming a Christian I changed my friends, my habits and learned a lot from the Bible. I never believed at that time that I would someday have the life I have today.
Yes, I have experienced many miracles in my lifetime. I have also been priviledged to hear of others who have experienced them as well. It still happens today. I was on my deathbed at fourteen and knew I was not going to make it through the night due to a digestive ailment. The world turned dark. I felt myself slipping away. I cried out to God for help and moaned in agony. My parents took me to the hospital that night and prayed through it all. I was given x-rays and many other exams, but they could not find anything wrong. When morning arrived, I awoke to find myself in the hospital bed at peace. It was as if nothing had ever occured. Amazing!
Wow, teaches, that certainly qualifies as a miracle! That is how it happened when I had breast cancer too. It was there and then it was gone. I love it when God baffles the doctors. So glad you are here to tell about it. Blessings, Faith Reaper
I have experienced extraordinary, cause-and-effect miracles throughout most of my life.
The most startling was when 2 miles of thick, bumper-to-bumper traffic in Los Angeles suddenly opened up in the center westbound lane on Wilshire Boulevard. I write about this in my Anatomy of a Miracle hub.
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