Black Spirituality Religion : God and Miracles

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    God and Miracles

    Miracle indicates the existence of unimaginability. The unimaginability is God and its existence indicates the existence of God. The unimaginable power is the source of miracle. The source of that power is God. That power may or may not give the address of the God in a person who exhibits the miracle. But the miracle gives the existence of that power in that person. The power gives the indirect existence of God elsewhere. Therefore miracle is an indirect proof of existence of God but not the direct proof of the address of God.

    The black magic is also power of God, which is given to Satan. The Satan and his followers are sufficient for atheists to prove the existence of super power and thereby existence of God indirectly. Let the atheist cross the miracle of a demon first. The theist should be above the level of these miracles and should try to achieve the Divine grace of God through spiritual knowledge, devotion and selfless service through sacrifice in the Divine mission of the Lord. If a Post Graduate student forgets the alphabets, what to do? Similar is the case of the theist who wants the miracle as a proof. The theist requires the correct guidance by correct spiritual knowledge at that standard. Therefore the divine knowledge alone can be the proof of the God as per Veda.


    At the Lotus Feet of His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

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    Miracles are everyday, as are blessings and gifts of the KING.

    One must be in faith to the King to see this, in faith to the One who died for us on the tree, that we might be salvaged to the Father forever. One must have belief in His works, which He came to show before all, and in belief to His resurrection from the dead to life eternal on the 3rd day. One must have works in the KING, and understanding in His Way. If one has none of this, then how can they understand the true miracle and blessing of the One they deny?

    We should always embrace the Father and the Son, for what they have dine for us, no other could do, and They have done it in love to us, though we at first hand showed them disdain. So, we should return the love any way we can, to show our thankfulness and gratitude to the KING. Blessings!
     
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    Is this a common view for what constitutes a miracle?

    I was always under the impression that miracles were something that were not banal. They weren't the everyday natural order, but something that suspended them for a favorable outcome.
     
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