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  1. josephudo

    Although miracles are rare, I’m very sure they happen and I understand they happen for a purpose. During this end-time in the world (which I firmly believe is now), perhaps we will all see several even more dramatic miracles occur in the world.

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  2. God does not want to be proven. He provides evidence of His existence and evidence of non existence. The point is – free will. He gives people the perfect opportunity to respond by faith. Those who believe see plenty of “proof” of His reality, love, and continued presence. Those who do not believe recognize just as much proof for the absence of God…an image will never prove Him. Just as when Jesus lived as a young man on the earth and people SAW him perform miracle after miracle, some still found evidence not to believe…to the point of murdering him for his claims. Jesus said something like, blessed are you for you have seen and believed, but MORE blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed. He invites us to give a free will response to believe, receive, and have intimacy with him…this is love.

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  3. Deb

    How very true, Jesus said we did not need signs,to believe in him and the Father.. just to have faith… I don’t need signs , I feel his presence,and love ,and joy… even in the bad times… and I don’t think you can really call that an angel…..

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  4. Joseph, I really cannot comment yet, but I would like to see the image caught on camera. I cannot doubt this nor prove it.

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  5. Indeed, Mr. G. I do not look for signs and wonders to prove God, and nor do I believe that any believer should; however, there are times when He does reveal Himself for one reason or another – not that I am saying that this is real.

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