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originally posted by: DeathSlayer
Wiki defines a miracle as:
A miracle is 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. Theologians say that, with divine providence, gods regularly work through created nature yet are free to work without, above, or against it as well.
So for this thread let the above definition suffice.
Have you witnessed a supernatural event that can not be explained by natural or scientific laws?
Please share what you observed and share any message you received.
And to anyone who laughs, beliitles or makes jokes about your testimony will be ignored.
I think we would all enjoy hearing your story. This could be the sign that you have been waiting for.
originally posted by: LittleByLittle
originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
a reply to: rickymouse
I won't deny that extraordinary things happen that could be explained but honestly, sometimes things happen and they bring this feeling that it was meant to, like it arrived at just the right moment. Maybe we're perceiving sudden events as unexpected miracles or maybe there is something that causes these things to occur right when we need them the most.
A moment of clarity where the consciousness speed up and everything fits one piece after another and everything makes sense on all level. It is an eye opener when you go thru one of those experiences. .
But then you have to handle the whole pre-destiny vs free will and that can be hard for the consciousness to handle.
originally posted by: caladonea
a reply to: DeathSlayer
Having witnessed that miracle...my faith In God was deepened...and over the years...I go back in memory to witnessing that miracle when times have been tough for me.
witnessing that miracle when times have been tough for me.
originally posted by: AnuTyr
i witnessed i guess what you would call a couple miracles.
E.T revealed themselves to me for the first time 5 years ago( soon to be 6) with some of my friends and life has never been the same since.
I'm not really wondering about the God thing to much or about the question if there is life outside this planet. It puts a whole new perspective on the Universe. And just turns it into the most epic overarching RPG, Where there are an unfathomable ammount of developers constantly writting and DMing ( Dungeon mastering) scripts. (Obviously not, but if real life was a game. It would need it.)
I'v given faith to the faithless, I'v pointed out UFOs and Alien activity so i guess that counts as a miracle.
originally posted by: WakeUpBeer
Why won't God heal amputees?
I do believe miraculous things happen, though I disagree the source of those things is a God. If they are from a God, then that God is incredibly inconsistent. ..Which would be consistent with the God I'm most familiar with. Interesting. Anyway, my 'miraculous' moment may not count as a miracle in the traditional sense. Many years ago there was a period of about two or three minutes where I feel like I experienced being in two locations at the same time. One location, was the 'more physical' one. I was in the kitchen doing dishes. In my 'minds eye' I was riding in the car with my friends (no, they could not see me), listening to them talk about me and my emotions regarding one of them. The experience felt different from daydreaming or regular thought processes. When my friends returned I pulled one aside and relayed what I heard them talking about in the car and he confirmed I heard correctly.
As I've gotten older though, and that experience gets further and further away I question it. I have a very analytical mindset and so it wouldn't be a stretch for me to have surmised I was being talked about, and more or less what was said. Either way, there was a lesson learned.
originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: DeathSlayer
I believe that small, personal miracles happen quite regularly. I have had things happen that by all rights should not have, that helped my in some way. I doubt God took time away from those who really, really need a true miracle to assist me with some mundane issue, but it makes me happy to think he did. Maybe it's more like karma and good fortune is life energy moving in a positive direction. (not trying to take away from the big guy, just thinking)