According to the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, a Miracle is definitely an act or event that will not follow the laws of nature and is believed to be due to God. From the foregoing, it could be seen that the definition is in accordance with the religious sect’s conception of miracles since it sometimes appears as whatever hinges on a supreme being (God) i.e a happening that breaks or violate the laws of nature and is caused by God. In a philosophical discourse, it could be asked that’s God the ultimate or necessary reason for miracles?
To a layman, it could be viewed as a lucky thing that happen that you did not expect or think was possible it has regarding whatever goes beyond human imagination, whatever ordinarily isn’t conceivable or imaginable.
St Thomas Acquinas in their own conception says “those things are properly called miracle which are done by divine agency beyond the order commonly observed in nature (praeter ordinem commuter observatum in rebus) Acquires also re-appraises the definition as given above that which would be regarded as miracle is whatever will need to have a divine intervention and goes beyond natural happening. It could be stated that for Acquinas, miracle is whatever caused by the supreme being, God.
Magic, philosophically speaking, is never merely a coincidence irrespective of how extraordinary or significant acim spotify As an example: if you miss a plane and the plane crashes, that’s not magic unless God divinely caused the big event – an event ordinarily different from what can have occurred in the normal natural length of events. It is really a divine overriding of, or interference with, the natural order. Therefore, it need not be extra ordinary marvelous or significant and it should be something other than the usual coincidence, irrespective of how remarkable.
Unless the “coincidence” itself is due to divine intervention. Miracles, however, are ordinarily understood to be not just products of divine intervention in the natural order but extraordinary, marvelous and significant as well.