Monday, May 18, 2009

"Logic-vs-Miracle"

Logic - try’s to rationalize cause or effects. Scientifically we live in a world that defies physics so there should be an explanation for every affect, not so. It is our human nature to rationalize an occurrence that may be a miracle from GOD especially when it does not agree with our logic. Assumptions also tread logical thinking, never assume things before the situation, this creates unnecessary stress of of an event that may not even occur.

Miracle - in most cases can not be explained, we have no answer to how GOD changed water into wine or how GOD took five barley loves of bread and two fish and feed five thousand people. Count your miracle as a blessing and try not to logically rationalize based on your thinking - remember the bible states in the book of 1 Corinthians 1:25 - Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men. We also are instructed from the book of Proverbs 3:5 - Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

Recently my daughter was involved a car accident with her 18 month child she is known to always buckle her child and herself, the doctors report indicated the baby was found not buckled in - logically if both airbags were deployed she (the baby) should have been thrown forward based on physics - Thank GOD she was found seated in her car seat, neither was injured HALLELUJAH!!!

4 comments:

Rev. Barney said...

I can't express my joy over the miracle that saved both their lives. I know that when it come to God, all logic is thrown out the window. God is logical in all that He does, but His logic is beyond our reason.

RCA72351 said...

Brother Wilson, it is so heart warming and a Blessing to read the story of that accident. A true experience that illustrates God’s power and wisdom. We are so happy and grateful that God shined down on your wonderful family. Stay Blessed and continue praying.

Jennifer McGhee said...

Thank you Bro. Wilson for your Praise Report. I am excited to hear people express how God is working miracles in their lives. You have a beautiful family and I pray that God will ever keep you in His loving care.

jpittman said...

Hello Bro. Wilson,

I started back writing on my blog page again. I Hope you will be blessed by the reading.

Blessings,
Janet Pittman