Sometimes spotting the miracles in our lives can be hard work. In fact, knowing that God is there can sometimes be difficult. When we look at the miracles in the Gospels it’s easy to think that if those type of things happened more then believing would be easy. Simon Peter had the miracles and the companionship of Jesus, so which was more important? Did he really need to walk on water or just need to get to Jesus? And what do those ‘big’ miracles tell us about life in today’s world?
Rob Halligan is a singer/ songwriter. His 2020 album “Always Heading Home” has been described by Crossrhythms as “Magnificent” and by his mum as “lovely”. www.robhalligan.co.uk
Phil is Director of Scargill. He and Rob have been friends for many years.
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