Those who have experienced the Christ already know that it is a miracle- experience and that it results in miracles. Many people, even in our work, do not believe in miracles. They cannot accept miracles as a possibility or a fact.

How many of you, who have been in metaphysics for the past ten, fifteen, or twenty years have ever counted up how few days you have been sick or how many times you have been quickly healed without surgery, without medicine, and, furthermore, without the financial burden frequent medical care entails. If that is not a miracle in and of itself, what is it?

How many of your children have avoided many of the children’s diseases? If you will remember the degree of immunity you have experienced in these and other areas, you will know that miracles are happening to you every day. If a simple headache is healed, that in and of itself is a miracle. Why? Because it was done by Something that no one in the world has ever been able to explain. Every time the slightest ill is healed spiritually, you have witnessed the presence of God, the activity of the Christ. That is the miracle.

The healing is not the miracle: The fact that we have experienced the activity of the Christ is the miracle.

Excerpt the Heart of Mysticism, December 1958, Joel S. Goldsmith, Acropolis Books.

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