Main article: Miracles of Gautama Buddha. Main articles: Miracles of Jesus and Gift of miracles. See also: Marian apparition , Eucharistic Miracle , Stigmata , Weeping statue , Moving statues , Visions of Jesus and Mary , Incorruptibility , and Perceptions of religious imagery in natural phenomena.
Main articles: Islamic view of miracles and Miracles of Muhammad. See also: Occasionalism. Small Miracles. Adams Media. Systematic Theology.
John Adams , second President of the United States, wrote, "The question before the human race is, whether the God of nature shall govern the world by his own laws, or whether priests and kings shall rule it by fictitious miracles? The miracles recorded in the Bible fall into several categories. Dramatic events : Events like a terminal cancer patient's spontaneous remission or a religious figure's apparition may capture your attention as miracles. Do not allow yourself to worry over whether or not your desire will come true. That is exactly the situation with God. In fact, God may even choose to send angels into our lives to answer our prayers.
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General references and books [ edit ] Colin Brown. Miracles and the Critical Mind. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Good survey.
Colin J. Humphreys, Miracles of Exodus. Harper, San Francisco, Charlotte: Mahesh Chavda Ministries, Or, is it? Gersonides on Providence, Covenant, and the Chosen People. State University of New York Press. Goodman, Lenn E. Rambam: Readings in the Philosophy of Moses Maimonides. Gee Bee Tee. Kellner, Menachem Dogma in Medieval Jewish Thought. Miracles: A Preliminary Study. New York, Macmillan Co.
Moule ed. Miracles: Cambridge Studies in their Philosophy and History. London, A. Graham Twelftree. IVP, Best in its field. Woodward, Kenneth L. The Book of Miracles. Keener, Craig S. Philosophy of religion. Eschatological verification Language game Logical positivism Apophatic theology Verificationism. Pray with praise for a miracle. Find a meaningful way to personally thank God.
Praise God in prayer, thought, and deed. Thank God with a prayerful song, a thought of thanksgiving, or with a kind act. Praise God for His guidance and wisdom. Thank God for calming your fears, for alleviating your self-doubt, and for giving you hope. Praise God for his faithfulness and commitment to you.
Sing his praises when your life is at its highest of highs and its lowest of lows. Be grateful to God in all that you do. Pray persistently. Come to God in prayer until something happens! Pray constantly. Ask God for guidance and healing around the clock, not just when it is convenient for you to do so.
Pray on your commute, for five minutes at your desk, and at recess or lunch. Asking persistently for a miracle demonstrates your commitment. When you pray, be persistent about listening to God too. Actively seek His advice. Free yourself from distractions. Go to a park, sit by a lake, sit in a sanctuary, or retire to your bedroom. Pray precisely. Ask God for the miracle. It is acceptable to be direct and to the point.
Precise prayer requires focus and dedication. In Thy Name, I forgive all others for what they have done against me. I renounce Satan, the evil spirits and all their works. Heal me, change me, strengthen me in body, soul, and spirit.
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Pray with Patience. Waiting for a miracle to happen is frustrating. You may feel helpless, hopeless, and lost. You may want to wrangle control of your life from God. Take a deep, calming breath. Your prayers are not being ignored. God works on His own timeline and in his own way. While you wait for your prayers to be answered, remain patient and lean on God and others for support. God will listen to you no matter what prayer you use. Just remember that God is always there for you, and that you should praise him just for this.
Yes No. Not Helpful 35 Helpful God is the author of faith and the provider of faith. Therefore, you have to go to the provider to seek an increase. Pray and ask the Lord to continue to grow your faith and trust in Him. He may grace you with it. Not Helpful 25 Helpful I pray to God every night, but it seems like He's doing the opposite of what I ask.
What should I do? Understand that this is a trial. God has a plan for you. I would continue praying and keep your mind focused on your goals and desires. Eventually things will work out as they should. Not Helpful 0 Helpful God is in your mind and heart. What do they tell you?
Whatever feels right is likely God speaking to you. You may also look around you; God often sends messages through other people. Jesus invites each and every soul in the earth to come unto Him. He died on the cross for the entire world. He loves everyone and always invites everyone irrespective of religion.
Not Helpful 20 Helpful You know because God promises to hear you and help you in His Word, the Bible. Since God cannot lie, His Word is true. Not Helpful 12 Helpful You can get the holy spirit by asking God to come into your heart. Please come into my heart. In Jesus' name I pray, Amen.
Not Helpful 11 Helpful Not Helpful 24 Helpful God is always listening, he hears your prayers. If your prayers do not come true, it is because God has something else in mind for you. Anyone who observes the Creation and believes there is a God who created it all should have no reason to doubt the miracles in the Bible. The people who lived at the time the Bible was written knew these miracles occurred. As we have said earlier, it is unrealistic to think that the words of a liar or lunatic would be carefully preserved and passed down from one generation to the next as the truth.
When Moses wrote about the crossing of the sea, or water coming from a rock, the people at the time had witnessed those events, and readily accepted his writings. Numerous biblical records document that Jesus Christ was raised from the dead. The people of the time knew the truth about the miracles and accepted the biblical account. It is neither wise nor good scholarship to decide today that the biblical events that were well attested to in their own time did not occur.