Thursday, October 23, 2008

miracles

to a person of faith, there are no miracles. when one has done all they can for themselves, then turn to God for help, one dose not call it a miracle, when they get that help. rather they call it grace.

13 comments:

Rebeckah said...

I do call it grace, but I call them miracles too. For instance, my son had a bad cold and the doctor thought he might have pneumonia. I was going to take him to have his chest x-rayed the next morning. We had church that night, though, and we prayed for my son. The next morning he didn't even have a cough. Yes, that was God's grace, but it was also a miracle, in my book. ;)

jill said...

I agree, unca. There are no miracles to someone who understands the great and majestic workings of a loving God.

Anonymous said...

Here it is then; with the Lord all things are miracle's. The rising sun. The rain. His children. All things are miracle's. We could not rise the sun. With all our power and boasting. We could not build the rain system. The Lord does bless all his children. In his infinate goodness, kindness and grace, he does work miracle's every day. How many miracle's can you see around you? Yes, goodness are you out there. sometimes even a kind word from the mouth of God's child is a miracle. How many can we see? Goodness, are you out there?

Anonymous said...

To some, everything's a miracle. To others, nothing is. I'd rather see God's hand in the matter than deny that He had anything to do with it.

Anonymous said...

I just want to clarify one thing. The word Marriage. By definition it is : "The social institution under which a man and woman establish their decision to live as husband and wife by legal commitments, religious ceremonies, etc."

Let me clarify a little more A man as in ONE man and A woman as in ONE woman.

With that noted. How dare you nullify the sanctity of something as holy as marriage, by "sharing" something God intended for only two people. Forsaking all others.

And a second note. How dare you relate yourself to the Mormon religion! Because of the actions you have taken against the will and laws of God, and the laws of our nation, any person that is LDS is now questioned..."Oh so how many wives do you have?".

God teaches to love thy neighbor, and to forgive, but he also teaches to choose the right, and to follow the path of the righteous. And don't forget to repent.

Anonymous said...

amen? I consider it a miracle when long-winded speakers finally quit.

Anonymous said...

yea, me too. Mormons and there view's. How many divorces have there been. What about your one man and one woman; or was that just until you was tired. sorry, I had to bring up mericle's. Keep your war. You deserved it.

Anonymous said...

If you open your eyes tomorrow breathing, you have been granted another day of life. Use that day to share with someone else. Go outside and revel in nature and the wonderous things God has created. And then Thank him he allowed you one more day!

Angel said...

The world is full of God's miracles...

Angel

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:24
In keeping with all the post titles...

WTF! Where did that come from? It's definitely not one of the best sermon's I've heard. What are you, ignorant? It's a miracle someone doesn't hunt you down and kick your ass. Oh, I get it, you must be one of 'The Chosen'.

I've been traveling around the world for 25 years and since I'm from Utah, guess what people ask me consistently when we first meet? Yep, you guessed it. "Oh, you're from Utah? How many wives do you have?" It didn't just start yesterday, it started in the early 1800's.

You're Mormon, so you've already chosen wrong. Repent this!

Or how about this. If people want to be Mormon, I say let them. If they want to have a hundred wives (all over the age of 18), I say more power to them. But they need to pay for all their decisions, don't expect a dime from the rest of us.

LTG

Ellen said...

Grace, however, is a miracle of love and forgiveness in and of itself.

Anonymous said...

I think da mormon lifestyle is a great one. Keep it up u guys. Its a down to earth and simple way of living. One for all and All for one.

Anonymous said...

this is the lifestyle of our church. do every rude thing to people you think you can get away with and pat yourself on the back, because you are good. And cover your lies up by tormenting your wife.