Miracles Now

in Miracles, when we have the wrong-minded (fear-based) perception of
something, our job is to turn it over to the Holy Spirit (a.k.a. inner guide) to
reinterpret it for us. When we surrender our fear-based choices to the care of our
inner guide, ...

Author: Gabrielle Bernstein

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401944914

Category: Self-Help

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Let’s be real for a sec. Most of us don’t have time for an hour of yoga or 30 minutes of meditation every day. We’re overwhelmed as it is. Our spiritual practice shouldn’t add to that. That’s why I’ve handpicked 108 simple techniques to combat our most common problems—stress, burnout, frustration, jealousy, resentment. The stuff we have to deal with on a daily basis. This book is designed so that you can achieve peace and experience miracles now. Inspired by some of the greatest spiritual teachings, these practical, moment-to-moment tools will help you eliminate blocks and live with more ease. They’re powerful, life-changing meditations and principles, modernized and broken down into easy-to-digest techniques to fit your lifestyle. Throughout the book, I share principles from both A Course in Miracles and Kundalini yoga and meditation. These tools can help you find your connection to your inner strength. When you practice these techniques, fear will melt away, inspiration will spring up, and a sense of peace will set in.

A Sermon on the Scripture Doctrine of Miracles etc

Again ; “ You should not , therefore , because miracles “ are not wrought now ,
draw the conclusion that they “ were not wrought then : -Bat , on the other hand , if
you seek miracles , you shall see miracles now also , “ although not of the same ...

Author: Robert Daly

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Miracles and Supernatural Religion

Biblical miracles the effluence of extraordinary lives.—Life the world's magician
and miracle worker; its miracles now termed prodigies.—Miracle the natural
product of an extraordinary endowment of life.—Life the ultimate reality.—What
any ...

Author: James Morris Whiton

Publisher: Good Press

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Category: Religion

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A Review of Hume and Huxley on Miracles

It is a favourite saying of unbelievers now , though not in early times , that we
believe the miracles now because of Christianity , while Christianity was at first
believed because of miracles — apparent and not real , of course they mean .

Author: Edmund Beckett (1st baron Grimthorpe.)

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Category: Miracles

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Eight Lectures on Miracles

living , meets again another objection which is sometimes raised against the truth
of miracles . “ The general sense of society , ' it is stated , rejects the notion of
miracles taking place now - a - days ; these extraordinary actions of Omnipotence
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Author: James Bowling Mozley

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Category: Miracles

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On Miracles

the study of such outward proofs ; they have spoken slightingly of them,—as if,
now at least, they had become, in a great ... to the actual working of a miracle,
who most satisfactorily succeeds in proving that a miracle has been wrought.

Author: Ralph Wardlaw

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Category: Apologetics

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The Impossibility of Imposture in the Miracles of Scripture a Lecture on the External Evidences of Divine Revelation Etc The Jews Living Witnesses to the Truth of Divine Revelation Religion No Priestcraft a Third Lecture on the External Evidences Etc

10 neither wrought miracles , nor made men believe that they were wrought ; but
that the whole story has been invented in later days : it is easy to meet this mode
of putting ... Hume's famous argument , as it is called , may now demand notice .

Author: James BENNETT (D.D.)

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Miracles and Other Reasonable Things

I had returned to a one-sided, narrow, restrictive story of miracles. Now I knew I
wanted to learn to love my broken miracle. We arrived at the shore and I stood up
, water dripping from the wet hair plastered to my head, my children emerging ...

Author: Sarah Bessey

Publisher: Howard Books

ISBN: 1982126132

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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“This book—the fullness, depth, and beauty of Sarah Bessey’s faith and artistic genius—is a miracle” (Glennon Doyle, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Love Warrior) and an unforgettable and life-affirming exploration of how trauma can strengthen your faith and miracles can be found in unexpected places. In the brief instant Sarah Bessey realized that her minivan was, inevitably, going to hit the car on the highway on the bright, clear day of the crash, she knew intuitively that it would have life-changing consequences. But as she navigated the winding path from her life before the accident—as a popular author, preacher, and loving wife and mother—to her new life after, inhabiting a body that no longer felt like her own, she found that the most unexpected result was how it shook her deeply rooted faith, upending everything she thought she knew and held so dearly. Weaving together theology and memoir, Sarah delivers “a well-written reminder of seeing the miracles in life’s highs and lows” (Library Journal). The road of healing leads to Rome where she met the Pope (it’s complicated) and encountered the Holy Spirit in the last place she expected. She writes about her miraculous healing, learning to live with chronic pain, and the ways God makes us whole in the midst of suffering. She invites us to a path of knowing God that is filled with ordinary miracles, hope in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, and other completely reasonable things. Insightful, profound, and unexpected, “Sarah’s writing is so breathtaking, sometimes you think you are reading poetry. The story is so thrilling, sometimes you think you are devouring a novel. And the Spirit she describes is so compelling, you’ll swear you experienced a revival. You won’t put it down once until you close the last page” (Jen Hatmaker, New York Times bestselling author).

Miracles

The fact of its exercise in the pre - Adamite period constitutes the possibility of
miracles now ; not merely of those which are alleged to have accompanied the
promulgation of Christianity with its predecessor the Mosaic economy , but of
those ...

Author: Edward Arthur LITTON

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The Undewwood Marples Debate

I will now say a word or two on that upon which we found the divine inspiration of
the Bible , and that is miracles . Now , what is a miracle ? A miracle I suppose to
be a supernatural effect produced for the purpose of confirming a mission and its
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Author: Benjamin Franklin Underwood

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Parish sermons

Now all this will serve to show the real place and use of the Gospel miracles . The
author is continually insinuating that we worship miracles " _ " we wonder at
miracles " - we 66 demand of men faith in miracles . ” Now , if by miracles the
writer ...

Author: Michael Ferrebee Sadler

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Honora s Sunday Book being conversations on our Lord s Miracles

God , ' said Honora , in a low voice , ' God is always working miracles , I think .
And yet , Mamma , Mr. Shannon said last Sunday that the days of working
miracles are passed . ' And so they are ... Now , miracles have ceased . But we
may be ...

Author: afterwards VALENTINE JEWRY (Laura)

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Studies in the Life of Christ

MIRACLES , once regarded as the great bulwark of the Christian faith , are now
regarded as its greatest burden . Here , perhaps more than anywhere else , can
be seen the kind and degree of the changes worked by the modern spirit in our ...

Author: Andrew Martin Fairbairn

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The Miracles of Our Lord in Relation to Modern Criticism

The miracles now before us , like those which will be shown in the last group ,
have been and must be peculiarly inconvenient to Schleiermacher . Against the
raising of the dead , the postulate which he demands for the recognition of a
miracle ...

Author: Franz Ludwig Steinmeyer

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A Church Dictionary

MIRACLES MIRACLES 497 except Christianity and Judaism , as far as | all be
refuted or explained , provo nothing it ... and Hume ' s consometimes said that
there is as much need | ditions for an admissible proof of miracles of miracles
now as ...

Author: Walter Farquhar Hook

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