Miracles Is The Causation Of God

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What is it that makes a miracle? Miracles are known to be a wonderful and breath taking event, and are the causation of God. A miracle can be personal, meaning that it has only occurred and affected you, that you have been the only being touched by it. Hendrik Van der Loos states that comparative religion reveals that belief in miracles is universal, “In every religion we find miracles resembling those of Judaism, Christianity and Catholicism. They are all acts through faith and for faith, with the sole difference that they relate to varied deities,” says Saintyves in an interesting study of miracles. A miracle is an event that would be impossible by natures law, but is brought to pass by the supernatural power of God. There are over 40 recorded …show more content…
Instead Jesus asks his disciples to order the crowd to sit in groups of fifties and hundreds, and to gather what food is available. All they manage to collect is five loaves and two fishes. This is when Jesus works a miracle and creates enough food to feed the multitude of the five thousand. The ancient meaning of this miracle would have been clear to the disciples present in the crowd. Jesus had acted like Moses, the father of the Jewish faith. In every aspect, the miracle shadows Moses and his miracle in the Sinai wilderness when he was able to feed the multitude of Hebrews. When Jesus orders the crowd to sit in their numbered groups he is echoing Moses the general who would often order the Hebrews to sit in squares of fifty and one …show more content…
The disciples had seen this man as they were leaving the temple. Near temples it was often seen that blind and poor people would be begging. Jesus taking the initiative, notices one of the blind men, a man who had been blind since birth. People then commonly assumed that a disease or disorder on both the personal or physical level were due to committing sinful acts. This is why people in the beginning were confused why Jesus would help this man, if sin had lead him to become this way. His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” Jesus then replied “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the works of God might be displayed in him.” Having said this, Jesus spat on to the ground, made mud with His saliva, and put it on the man’s eyes. “Go,” he told the man, “wash in the Pool of Siloam”. So the man went and washed his face, and after this encounter with Jesus went home seeing. This passage shows people that not all misfortunes, whether they be physical or emotional, are in the result of sin. Some unfortunate events are the result of God either showing his might, or testing the person’s faith. And that everything happens for a reason, we just have to trust in God’s plan for

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