miracle


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Synonyms for miracle

wonder

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supernatural phenomenon

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an event inexplicable by the laws of nature

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one that evokes great surprise and admiration

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any amazing or wonderful occurrence

a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent

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Islands Miracle continues to raise the bar on supplement quality with the introduction of their latest product, Miracle Flex.
Marilyn Hickey, a Christian pastor, defines some miracles this way: "Midnight miracle - these are the miracles during the darkest times in our lives or when time seems to have run out for hope or rescue.
For the Vatican, it was a miracle in the dossier of the canonization of Marie-Marguerite d'Youville.
The alleged miracle concerns a Costa Rican woman who was cured of a severe brain injury after her family prayed to the late pope, the Telegraph reports.
Through May 11, all Rite Aid stores will sell EPIC-theme Miracle Balloons to raise money for their local Children's Miracle Network Hospital.
Rachel Koopmans' study of miracle stories and the collections in which they are preserved combines a comprehensive text (210 pages) with substantial documentation (127 pages of notes, bibliography, charts, and a thorough index).
It is necessary to note at the outset that Rachel Koopmans uses 'miracle collections' to mean both groups of posthumous miracles included in vitae and separate booklets of miraculae.
Difficulties are raised with defining a miracle as a violation of nature or an occurrence that is permanently inexplicable naturally (p.
In chapter two, the author addresses the development of a theology of miracle in medieval doctrine; chapter three is on the transmission of this theology to the unlettered faithful through the medium of sermons; and in chapter four, he discusses challenges to the theology of miracles presented by Jews and dissenters from Church doctrine.
His became the second miracle formally attributed to Guerin, a French-born nun who founded schools and orphanages for children in Indiana and died in 1856.
He traces the water miracle back through the Babylonian epic with Marduk, the Ugaritic Baal cycle, and Genesis 1:2.
They are a marvel to behold and are part of what Rahm refers to as the "explosion of the supernatural" following the Guadalupe miracle.
Miracle Place Market will be a "big box" center comprising three floors of high-ceiling retail space and three decks of covered parking.
News anchors and commentators were relentless in describing how "people here are praying for a miracle,"
Jane's miracle arrived in the summer of 1996 when she became one of the first children in the world to receive highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), powerful combinations of HIV medications that can near totally suppress the ability of the virus to reproduce within the body.