Needless to say, I believe in miracles but do I? When I stop and ponder the niche for a couple minutes and really think of my belief system, can I honestly say yes I believe in miracles? Do I believe in unexplainable phenomena’s, which have to logical answers? Well, do I believe in miracles, oh yes I genuinely believe that events occur, unexplainable events, which have zero logical, rational answer.
Can you prove magic? Yes, I think you can. When there is no logical explanation available there is an excellent chance the function or happening could be a miracle. It is also possible the answer or explanation to the function is possibly out of reach and it might be something you merely don’t understand. However, if an event occurs such as for example creation (evolution or the big bang theory certainly isn’t logical) then you definitely need to conclude creation is magic of God. What other power other than God can create a tree, puppy or a whale and they’re certainly miracles?
I understand you can find those that claim physical healing or miracles and they may well be miracles a course in miracles apple podcast. Some I’m unsure about but I no when God performed physical healing the lepers were complete again (no more rotten flesh), the lame walked and the drunkards didn’t drink again. In God’s world when magic occurs, you can find no loops holes or arguments, you merely say wow.
Does God perform miracles today? Duh, does sunlight still shine? Yes, God continues to be in the miracle working business. I have observed the broken healed and witnessed a complete change in the emotional being of a criminal who turned their broken life over to Jesus Christ. Yes, God continues to be doing the offer and He’ll continue steadily to respond to His children’s call for healing, health, and blessings.