One dictionary definition of miracles is that they are ‘remarkable and welcome events that seem impossible to explain’. But can they still happen today? Should we expect them? Jesus certainly encouraged his disciples to anticipate miraculous accompaniments to their proclamation of his good news. In Mark 16:17–18 he emphasizes five signs that ‘will accompany those who believe’ (v17).
So if we accept that miracles do happen today, how might we see more of the miraculous in the twenty-first century? How can they be experienced? Just what kind of faith is needed for them to happen? Are there hindrances that can stop them occurring and if so, what are they?
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