Do You Still Believe…In Miracles?

What is a miracle? Webster defines it as “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,

When I read that definition I can say that this would cover everything. My life is a miracle. Your life is a miracle. Think of the things that occur every day. We can see miracles everywhere. Really nothing is explained by Science. Science seeks to explain why things happen the way they do. It doesn’t make things happen. Anything can happen, if we let it and it does. We do not create things. We reveal them. It’s just a different way of looking at life, but it changes everything and everything is perception.

The problem is that we look back in time and we say that miracles happened then – in the time of Jesus, when the Israelites were led out of bondage, when manna fell from the sky, when the oil burning in the temple that was supposed to last one day, lasted eight, when the blind could suddenly see and Lazarus rose from the dead. And then, in the 19th century, there was something called the New Thought movement and ideas like mesmerism and people like Phineas Quimby and Emma Curtis Hopkins and others performed miracles again. People thought they were quacks. Why is it so difficult to believe in miracles? Why is it so difficult to believe that life can be good?

Do you still believe in miracles or have you joined the ranks for people who save those things for the special and the people who pray really hard to God? I still believe in miracles and I call them normacles.

Miracles are not miracles. Miracles are the experiences we have when we trust the Law of our being to give back to us exactly what we give it, not in lip service, but in true belief and action. We are reflections and we are the miracles that occur. We are energy. We are vibration. Are we vibrating the miracles we earnestly want or are we vibrating unbelief. And, did you know that we cannot want something for ourselves and not want the same thing for everyone. Mixed messages do not produce the miracles we want out of life for ourselves. They cause confusion instead.

I do not have to look far for miracles. They are right here. The more I see them. The more they appear. A flower blooming is a miracle. My cat knowing how to clean himself in just the right way is a miracle. The fact that I can flip a switch and have a light come on is a miracle. The digestion and elimination of food is a miracle.

I still believe in miracles. I know that anything that I can believe can occur, if I continue to believe no matter what. Am I looking for the miracle or am I looking for all the reasons why it isn’t happening?

I know that when I speak my word into the Law of my being and go forth as if it is already done that something happens. Everything begins to be attracted to me to make it so. However, I must look out from that place. I must act from that place. I must believe that everything that occurs is an answer to my prayer. I must stop negating it and continue to live as if it is.

I am a miracle. You are a miracle. I invite us all to look for miracles, for if we do, that is what we will find.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita

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