Jolene (silverrose18) wrote in surrenderall,

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My husband posed this thought to me the other day and I was wondering what you all thought of it.

In the Old Testament, it seems like the miracles that were done were on a much larger scale than in the New Testament. For instance, parting the Red Sea, plagues of Egypt. It seemed like the miracles were for the whole nation of Isreal more than just for individual person. In the New Testamet, you read about more individualized miracles. For instance, healing of the blind man, the woman with the issue of blood, salvation which is only something that can be done personally.

Of course, there were miracles in the OT for individuals like Daniel in the lion's Den. But in the New Testament you don't really read of any miracles on the national scale.

I don't know if I'm rambling here or not, but I was wondering if anyone had any insight about this? Also, how do you guys believe about miracles today. Do you think they really exist?

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