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Miracles Happen (M-6)



 A thought for today in six words:

Believe in miracles - you are one!

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I am also participating in
Brenda's 28 Day Challenge at BYG Adventures
using the following format for my posts:
 7 words in 7 days ... April 1-8
  6 words in 6 days ... April 9-15
    5 words in 5 days ... April 16-21
    4 words in 4 days ... April 22-26
    3 words in 3 days ... April 27-29
          2 words in 2 days ... April 30-May 2
                                                         1 word on the final day ... May 3
(Sundays excluded)
This format is easy and fun, you are welcome
to join us in the 28-day Challenge this month!
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11 comments:

  1. I hope I always remember to appreciate life’s treasures, or miracles if you like.

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  2. Many miracles occurred today, that's the only explanation.

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  3. I believe miracles happen whether you believe or not. Sometimes it is to make you a believer, sometimes it may be as a result of divine intervention. Miracles can affect many, even when only one believes. That is the nature of miracles.

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  5. I tend to agree with McGuffy Ann. They can happen whether you are a believer or not. They happen to the believer and the unbeliever...and to bring people to faith as well. I believe many times miracles happen due to the prayers of believers. Sometimes they happen because Heavenly Father is reminding us of Who is in charge and that He can do this or that.

    While all children are miracles, in my opinion, our youngest son is especially so to me. I prayed and prayed for Heavenly Father to give us another baby. He allowed me to conceive, but our 2nd daughter was stillborn. Within 6 weeks of her loss, our son was on the way. The risks were high that I would lose him, too. The complications with the previous pregnancy, a scared, very emotional mama, and low-lying placenta were among the many concerns of my pregnancy with him. Heavenly Father heard our prayers and those of others and brought him safely into this world. He is my miracle.

    And, now he is a US Marine. :)

    Thanks for another great post. Have a great evening!

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  6. Yes, Josie, you are right. We are miracles, Psalm 139 tells that pretty nicely. Our KP (Jeep driver 1st Class today) is a special miracle brought by modern medicine, and several $$$$ also.
    p.s. I liked your last last name post. I'm glad for you, Josie.
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  7. They are easier to recognize if you believe they can happen!

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  8. When we open ourselves up and remember the miracle of life, those "God moments" or miracles become possibilities in our lives.

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  9. I still think miracles happen all the time!! Right in front of our very eyes - although people say they don't see them anymore. Well, I think they just give someone else the credit!

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Your comments are always appreciated... they make me smile! :-)