This year I’ve decided to do the ‘Bible in a Year’ reading for the first time. As I’ve read through, now getting to Exodus, I find myself wondering about the miracles of God. I’ve been wondering how do the miracles that God has done in these stories fit into nature. If God created all things in nature, then they ought to fit, at least that if my thought process. For instance, is there a natural occurrence that would cause water to turn red like blood? Or perhaps something that would cause a fiery hail to fall from the sky? A volcano eruption maybe? I’m not saying that God cannot operate outside of what we perceive as natural. He is God he must. However, if God is creator of all things that makes everything natural, or everything super-natural. I’m not cheapening the power of God at all, or the importance of Holiness, however, if God created all and is everywhere, then we walk on Holy Ground everyday, everywhere we go. ” . . . remove your sandals from your feet, for the place on which you are standing is holy ground.” Exodus 3:5b (NASB) Did this ground become holy at that moment? Or was the ground always holy and Moses made aware of the holiness? Do the miracles of God happen in special circumstances, or do they happen everyday in normal places, that we are sometimes made aware. Perhaps a little of both?
Where have you seen God’s miracles?