THREE MYSTERIOUS MIRACLES

In Proverbs 30, the writer says there are things God has done that are too wonderful to understand. I, too, feel there are three mysterious miracles that are so wonderful I cannot fully understand.

  • CHILDBIRTH MYSTERIOUS MIRACLE: 50% mother and 50% father. The birth of a child is such a grand mysterious miracle it cannot be explained. It must be experienced. My son said: “Dad, I never knew you how much you loved me until my son was born.”
  • HOLY TRINITY MYSTERIOUS MIRACLE: God the Father, God the Son known as the Lord Jesus Christ, and God the Holy Spirit known as the Comforter. Like childbirth, this miracle must be experienced to have some understanding. It is spiritual truth much more powerful than physical or psychological truth.
  • BORN AGAIN MYSTERIOUS MIRACLE“You must be born again,” Jesus said to Nicodemus in John 3.The born-again experience is the heart and soul of the Christ experience. Jesus made this possible by going gladly to the cross, despising and ignoring its shame, for the glory awaiting Him. This also answered Nicodemus’s profound question of:  “How can a person by born a second time?” Like the childbirth and Holy Trinity experiences, it is impossible to know and understand being born again with deductive or inductive reasoning, mathematical equations or quantum physics. It is through faith in Jesus as the Source and Finisher of a second birth by His death and resurrection.

These THREE MYSTERIOUS MIRACLES–all three with no exceptions–can be known and understood only by faith and personal experience. God deeply desires all to discover and experience these mysterious miracles. Without faith, it is impossible to please God.  “…For whoever would come near to God must believe that God exists and that He is the rewarder of those who earnestly and  diligently seek Him.” (Hebrews 11:6, Amplified)

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