Mystery

In this world we are surrounded by mysterious events and we spend a lot of time researching and looking for scientific answers to unexplained happenings.

It seems many of us refuse to believe until something is categorically proven. And even then, we might still continue to have doubts.

Are there really flying saucers? Does a full moon exert an influence on our personalities? Does the abominable snowman exist? Why do people disappear within the Bermuda triangle?

Issues such as these exercise the minds of many, while others write off unusual events as coincidences, or things they can not understand.

Today, people throughout the world are being healed through prayer and divine intervention and whether we believe it or not is probably of no great consequence. However, seeing is often the reason for believing and when we see what appears to be a miracle then we should not just write it off as another unexplained happening.

What is important, is that we realise there is a God who made us and cares for us and will listen to our calls for help. No amount of crystals or new age holistic thinking can ever make the manufactured product more important than the manufacturer.

Only in Heaven will all the answers be found to what in this life is considered myth, mystery, miracle or coincidence. Then on the other hand, if we make it through the pearly gates, we will probably not even be interested in finding out the answers. Our task is to make sure we get there.

Peter Mack

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