Thoughts on “What is a Miracle?” in the ACIM Workbook (Full text of “What is a Miracle?” in the workbook) A miracle is a correction of a misunderstanding, just as the Course explains. It is a correction in the way you view what to you seems like a disturbance in your life experience. A miracle
“Truth answers every call we make to God, responding first with miracles, and then returning unto us to be itself.” The truth is the way creation happens, it is a creative dynamic. It cannot be confined to a definition that holds in a moment in time or a place in space. Truth is in expression
“Sickness is but another name for sin. Healing is but another name for God. The miracle is thus a call to Him.” Sin is the label that people put on behavior they believe is wrong. The behavior is part of an image in the world, and as such it is a projection of the quality
“Miracles mirror God’s eternal Love. To offer them is to remember Him, and through His memory to save the world.” A miracle is the correction of a misunderstanding regarding your true identity: the mistaken thought that you are limited and defined by time and space makes room for a thought that is in harmony with
“Today the peace of God envelops me, and I forget all things except His Love.” Today’s text has you say: I wake today with miracles correcting my perception of all things. (W-pII.346.1:1, 2) Miracles correct perception, that is, if you want to. They correct perception when you are willing to let go of your take.
“I offer only miracles today, for I would have them be returned to me.” A miracle is the correction of a misunderstanding regarding your true identity. Today’s statement asks you to be and stay fully aware of the choice you have each moment of this day to respond to the situations and people you meet: