Instead of looking at specific lessons or lesson themes, I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at what exactly a miracle is. Generally most of us might describe a miracle as something that can’t be explained by everyday understanding nor by the scientific knowledge that we have to date. In Medieval or Church Latin, a miracle or miraculous is defined as a “marvelous event caused by God”. These are miracles such as Moses parting the Red Sea or Jesus walking on water.
In A Course in Miracles, however, they are not talking about these kinds of miracles. The Course even discourages thinking of miracles as magic. In Text Chapter 1, The Meaning of Miracles, Part I. Principles of Miracles it states in #10: The use of miracles as spectacles to induce belief is a misunderstanding of their purpose. Instead this first section of the book…
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love is a miracle!xx