Careful with the cynicism, Autobon.
Honestly, though, I agree with you. To an extent. Personally, I do not throw the word "miracle" around at will. If my car runs longer on gasoline than it should have, I call that a blessing, not a miracle. But earlier I was simply arguing about the principle of the matter.
I do believe in miracles. It's as simple as that. But I also believe that they are extreme blessings provided by God, not to be seen every single day. There are only one or two instances in my young lifetime that I would classify as such, and even those wouldn't come close to the actual Biblical miracles of people being raised from the dead and such.
However, that does not diminish my belief in God showering blessings daily. Personally, I believe that God has an unconditional love toward us that we cannot comprehend. From that love come the ridiculous amount of blessings that we do not deserve. And sure, I could simply call those coincidences or whatever, but I am a very pessimistic/cyncical person by nature. The fact that I consider these things blessings from God is surprising even to myself.
The older I've gotten, the more I've seen God's hand in so many things in my life. And from which springs the awe that I daily feel concerning God's care and love for a fallible human being such as myself. Here I am, a lowly creation that constantly messes up and breaks the rules, but He takes me back anyway. It's something I can barely explain, but it boggles my mind and fills me with an overwhelming sense of gratefulness that I can barely even begin to express.
No, I don't believe God is going to bless everyone just because He's God and He loves everyone and it's all sunshine and roses. There is a sense of duty on our part. Trust me, I know that. But I'm not going to get into the details there for now. Too much to go into.
It's just that I do believe God cares for us and will bless us if we are openly seeking to follow/grow in Him/obey His guidance. And, Biblically, my thinking there is backed up. The Bible itself says how much God loves His children and wants to wrap His arms around them, despite their faults. So I'll stand by that. The definition of miralces, though? Well, that's going to vary from person to person, due to its very nature. But I do believe in them. I just think they're much, much fewer in number than what I would call blessings. And those I do believe in quite adamantly.
Think about it, what do we, as sinful human beings, really deserve from God? Absolutely nothing. So, technically, every breath we take is a blessing from God.
"It's not about the legacy you leave, it's about the life you live." ~Mara Jade Skywalker