Do you believe in miracles, and what exactly are they?  Let’s first take a look at their meaning in our Webster Dictionary.

Miracles-1.  A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency.  2. A highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences.  3.  an amazing product or achievement, or an outstanding example of something.

Daily Wisdom Word Definition of Miracles-extraordinary events that cannot be explained by normal circumstances or events.

I believe in miracles, still.   I think when your a child, you have far less negative experiences experienced, and are still quite idealistic in your thinking.  This is why we can believe in Santa Claus, the tooth fairy, the Easter Bunny, ETC., and this is the kind of belief system you still have to have to believe in miracles.

Miracles happen every day.  However, it is our perception through our own negative visions that cause us not to see them.  Perhaps it is an extra day of life for someone that was supposed to have died long ago due to illness.  A miracle occurs when we make a conscious choice to believe in something bigger than ourselves such as the Lord.  You see, we cannot see, hear, touch or taste the Lord with our senses.  However, our conscience and soul and heart know he is there.  This is the kind of perception we need to believe in miracles.

Miracles are magic, but possible just the same.  It is your own insight that determines if you can believe in miracles.  Miracles are missed everyday as well.  Why? Because we overlook the little ones, refusing to calculate the scientific odds of a specific event that has happened.  This event has unrealistic odds at best.  Yet, it does happen in our lives.

Learn to believe in the unseen.  Miracles are created in the unseen, and witnessed and experienced in our world, after they are created. Learn to simply believe.

Samantha Leboeuf/DWW


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Peter (@guest_2517)
1 year ago

I love this post especially because I have experienced several miracles in my life that can’t be explained in any other way than it being a miraculous event I say this as a rational man who is always looking for a logical explanation to what has happened but sometimes it’s beyond the realm of reason and I accept the occurrence as a miracle????????????????

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