Einstein once said: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

It’s hard to believe in miracles now that technology is seemingly taking over.

But then one look around, one conscious effort to notice the small things… and the avalanche begins.

One conscious effort opens your eyes to what previously was hidden.

One conscious effort and you realize that life is full of miracles.

Perhaps it’s not raising from the dead – but who said that is the only miracle that can happen?

Perhaps it’s not walking on water – but do we really need to walk on a lake to believe in miracles?

Just questions to ponder on.

unwrapping His promises is a weekly blog carnival by duane scott

  • Good questions sis.  I believe in miracles, not because I have necessarily seen big ones, but because I see one every day I open my eyes.  But I have also seen God work in phenomenal ways. Hope you are doing well. 

  • Good questions and love the quote! 

    Too many people rely on science when really all they have to do is look beyond the science and see the creator! 

    • Yep – science seems like “it” these days… but there’s so much BEYOND science 🙂 (even though I do like science)

      • I’m a nurse, so yeah, I like science…but I refuse to stop there. Science doesn’t explain everything. I feel bad for those who think it does. They miss so much beauty!

  • Oh, I just love this… sharing it now. 

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