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Tell me about your miracle

Updated on August 2, 2010

Adding to the great debate of religous seekers among us, It is my belief that there should be a subject which superceeds all forms of thought and theology, and that is the manifestation of the holy spirit and all of it's gifts. those are the miracles in our daily lives that present themselves and show that God is with us.

Where faith is present gifts will be manifest, and if god gives you a gift you should take it with a greatful hand, and use it to strengthen the faith of those nearest and dearest to us. How could somone debate with you about an experiance that you have witnessed that was infact a true miracle? there is no process of thought, no modern day think tank that could explain the experiances that we know and feel to be truely heaven inspired.

I will share with you one of the many miracles which I have seen, and then invite you to do the same.


I felt the spirit of the Lord come upon me in a dream. I found myself on a nuclear submarine where I now make a living, when one of the missile tubes was opened to reveal a baptismal font filled to the brim with very clean and pure water. There in the middle stood two people male and female, and around the font was several bleacher seats filled with unruly children who were making a mockery of the people below. The man who stood in the font began to say a baptizing prayer and as soon as he had immersed the girl in water, then the stadium went silent to my ears. Although I could still see the children laughing and mocking the efforts of these people, I could not hear them. Then a brilliant light shined from the girl at the instance she raised from the water. The light was so magnificently bright that it penetrated into my soul and filled me with the spirit of the lord. This feeling glowed inside me more brightly than any good feeling I have ever had, and although there were exterior meanings in this dream the most important was manifesat to me nearly a year later, but will not be told for it's personal nature. Still I woke, my heart was not stout enough to refrain, and inspite of myself I wept,

I have had in my life literally dozens of experiances just like this and I acredit it to my faith and perseverance in honest living, and my love for God.

So please share with eachother and me, your heaven inspired experiances!!!!!!!!


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    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from washington

      That's always a good way to strengthen the testimonies of the congregation, My church has a monthly "fast and testimony" meeting where members have the opportunity to stand and share their beliefs and religious experiances. Often faith is kindled by the sharing of testimonies.

    • Alayne Fenasci profile image

      Alayne Fenasci 

      9 years ago from Louisiana

      At one point in time, I assisted monthly at a church where the pastor was not there every week. The tiny congregation was made up of very dedicated people, but none of them felt comfortable presenting a sermon for the others on weeks they were without a pastor. As an alternative, I brought an enormous glass pickle jar to the front of the church and had people share some way they'd personally seen God work or move in their lives or someone else's life during the past week or so. Each person who shared also jotted a few words about it on a small slip of paper, folded it up, and put it in the jar. That little congregation of 10 people filled that jar clear to the top in the course of a year.

      I'll tell anyone who will listen, the faith of God's people is built so much stronger when they're watching and expecting God to perform miracles around them. It's far more effective than any sermon I've ever heard or given.

      I'd love to write a hub about the miracle I have in mind from my own experience. I'll try to do that soon.

    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from washington

      That is tragic, I think that rapists should have their genitles cut off. If you don't know how to use it, you loose it.

    • blondepoet profile image


      9 years ago from australia

      I should have died so many times, the worst when I was a teenager, a victim of a vicious attack which lasted four hours, a knife to my throat, as told in my hub on rape. I have come through it to be who I am now,the fact that I was saved is a miracle I celebrate every day of my beautiful life :)

    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from washington

      Einron; Those are very inspiring stories, and don't let anyone convince you that they were anything short of miracles!

    • einron profile image


      10 years ago from Toronto, Ontario, CANADA


      Thank you for bringing up the subject. Not many people nowadays believe in miracles. They believe that miracles are a thing of the past. Miracles abound during the time of Jesus Christ on earth and they should continue for miracles are a work of the Lord. How can you know that God is almighty unless there are miracles!

      I wish to contribute the following:

      Mormon Elder Healed


      7 HUBS in 7 GOOGLE FIRST PAGE within 1 MONTH under God

      Thank You and God Bless.


    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from washington

      When teaching a lesson in church I always wish to hear about the experiances that have blessed the members. A change in heart can definately be one of the hardest things to accomplish, especially in know it all America!

    • In The Doghouse profile image

      In The Doghouse 

      10 years ago from California

      I believe the greatest miracle that can be seen and shared is a change of heart. I have witnessed many who have had this miraculous thing happen to them in their lives and count it a blessing each time I do. These are truly miracles that go unnoticed by many who are possibly looking for "much more proof". I am grateful for the miracles I see everyday.


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