Continuing my St Peter series, with the Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes.
What is a miracle? Do you have to be religious to see them? I don't think so. Seeing a baby born, watching a flower unfurl, all those cliché things, become magical when seen in actuality. The human body is a miracle. All of the resources of science still have not replicated what the brain can do. If you are down about anything today, watch this short video, and go for a walk among some kind of nature at your earliest opportunity.
So, in part one of my St Peter series, I discussed how Peter joined Jesus' group and walked around Israel witnessing Jesus doing miracles.
This miracle is described in all four books of the New Testament of the Bible. It occurs on Lake Galilee, again. Here is Matthew 14 : 13-21, from Bible.org. It is often called "THE FEEDING OF THE 5000", and follows the beheading of Jesus' cousin, John the Baptist.
I went on Gofundme website, looking for a miracle. I found many, many, miracles. This one was appropriate as the half dozen of donuts was multiplied to $341,976 ( now closed.) I just love what human beings can accomplish if they work together. That is the real miracle. The link is at bottom of this post.
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I'd love to read your views in the comments below. You don't have to be religious. St Peter part 3 is coming up soon.