When the scribes and Pharisees sought a sign, please know that Jesus did in fact delivery one to them, i.e.sign of the prophet Jonas(Mat 12:39).btw the scribes and pharisees sought signs from Jesus Matthew 12:38 and 39.
Jesus replied "an evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall be no sign be given to it"
I most respectfully submit that Jesus is not God Almighty, but rather the son of God, according to the scripture, although that might be in opposition to your belief, right?People are always wanting to see signs of healing, miracles etc. for them to really believe in Jesus, God Almighty.
And just because someone have a unique experience does not given them the authority to falsely attribute it to the scripture, especially when the scripture does not say such a thing, right?Just because one does not receive the chance to experience these things does not make "any" scripture invalid.
If I may very respectfully ask,What percentage of people [that you know] have been completed healed of an incurable disease or terminal illness? And to answer this question, you can consider both believers and non-believers, okay?but, I do believe most believers do get the chance to experience healings and miracles. I know that I have :) and know of many others that have.
If I may very respectfully ask,Would you still consider it a miracle after human discovers what caused the occurrence of event to happen?When things work out beyond human understanding I would call that a miracle.
Wow! With all due respect, I see that it really does not take much for your to call an occurrence a miracle. Or perhaps, my standard for a miracle is simply too high (smile).Or when your body heals faster than expected, that is healing received. When the doctor says 6 months for healing and you're good in 2 months I would call that "healing" :)