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Why I Believe in Miracles

For this week’s Take Five, Matthew Mittelberg is opening up the often-thorny issue of miracles and why they are as relevant to us today as they were when water was being turned into wine. On day one, Matthew responds to the classic objection that miracles are a violation of nature’s laws, with reference to Chesterton, Scripture, and garlic bread.

I’ve found this to be so true because when we actually look at the data with an open mind the evidence that miracles are happening is overwhelming.

Remember, it only takes one genuine miracle to show that miracles are possible. Instead, I think we should conclude that miracles are not only possible but that they happen today.

How would you pray differently, if you believed that God does miracles?

Make it Personal

  • How would you pray differently, if you believed that God does miracles?

  • Does knowledge that God does miracles change your day-to-day life, or are miracles more removed, things that generally happen long ago or far away? Is this how it should be?