Some would say all of life and every particle of creation is miracle. Some would say that we cannot read any of the gospels without encountering one or more miracles. Some would say there is no explanation except “it’s a miracle” for remarkable changes in our lives. Some would say we experience miracles every time we participate in Eucharist. And some would say there is no such thing; if we researched and experimented enough, we would understand every one of such events without reference to God. The opposite is true. We learn to appreciate that which we cannot control when we first discover the presence of God in the midst of it all.
This message is adapted from “For God So Loved the World” written by Lynn Ramshaw in the November 2012 issue of Gather magazine.