At a first and very rough approximation, a miracle (from the Latin mirari, to wonder) is an event that is not explicable by natural causes alone. A purported miracle inspires awe because it appears to necessitate a cause that is beyond human effort or natural causes.
Historically, one of the key lines of argument in favor of various kinds of theism has been the appeal to miracles, with the argument often being that the occurrence in question can best (or only) be explained as the act of a deity or deities.
Miracles are unlimited. They are happening all around us, all the time. A miracle is anything beyond our current level of understanding or experience. All of us have had experiences that we would call miracles. Miracles are a divine intervention that happens when we put faith and work on what we want in life.
There is no such thing as a limit to what God can do or the Holy Spirit can accomplish through us. The only limits are the ones we place on ourselves. When we open our hearts and minds to the possibilities, we start to see miracles happening everywhere.
The universe is full of unlimited potential and possibility. Every day, we witness countless small miracles. The rainbows after a storm, the birth of a child, the healing of an illness. These are all miracles.
When we remember that miracles are unlimited, it gives us hope amid difficult times. It reminds us that anything is possible if we have faith and trust in God. It helps us to see the beauty and wonder in everyday life.
Some people may see miracles as magic, but they are not. Miracles are unlimited. They are all around us, happening every day. Magic, on the other hand, is limited. The laws of nature constrain it. It cannot defy them. Magic is an illusion created by sleight of hand and deception. It is an entertaining performance with no real power.
Miracles are not magic tricks. They are God’s unlimited power at work in the world. They are evidence of His love for us and His desire to help us. They are a reminder that we are not alone in this world. We live in a world full of unlimited possibilities because God is unlimited. His power knows no bounds. So when you see a miracle, don’t think of it as a magic trick.
Think of it as a reminder that God is with us always, working in ways we may not even be aware of. Let it fill you with hope and wonder. And be thankful for the absolute miracles happening all around us every day.