I Believe In Miracles, Do You?



Do you believe in Miracles? Wikipedia describes a miracle as an event not explicable by natural or scientific laws. Such an event may be attributed to a supernatural being, God or Gods, a miracle worker, a saint, or a religious leader. Does this define a miracle for you? 

For starters, The Hebrew word for miracle is Nes.

The term “Miracle” is often loosely used in our language. We hear of miracle drugs, miracle weight-loss, miracle products and on and on the phononem grows. I would define a miracle as a welcoming, highly extraordinary event that is believed to be caused by the power of divine intervention (God), into human affairs. This would be an outstanding example of something mysterious, with favor from God.

Praying at the cross

                                         Most people believe miracles are answers to prayers.



                                          There are miracles that go unrecognized, thought of as ordinary life events.

Possible or Impossible street sign

Possible or Impossible?

Miracle just ahead

Miracle ahead

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.   Albert Einstein

I choose to encounter miracles, to wait for them, expect them and embrace them. How about you? What kinds of miracles have you experienced? What kinds are you hoping for?

Miracle Expectancy

Happy trails,
Donna George

9 thoughts on “I Believe In Miracles, Do You?

  1. Miracles: I’ve said for many years that it is hard for me to get through a day without a miracle. I simply expect them. Lovely post.
    You get a new haircut? And a header photo?

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  2. Please execute the mandate in market/ internally under VGO Inventory strategy if overall inventory is within target level.

    I love this quote Donna & moreover life itself is the biggest miracle. I too believe in miracles 🙂

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