[quote="ricmat, post:3, topic:273513"]
I'll assume that by miracle you mean "supernatural intervention."
For starters, each particle in the universe pops into, and out of, and back into existence a few thousand (or was it million) times per second. Each time anything pops out of or back into existence, it's because God decided that it should do so. So there's a few gazillion miracles every second.
God speaks to people through their consciences, and their hearts. Quite often. To everybody who ever lived. So you can add a few more miracles there.
God causes, and/or allows everything that happens to us - for our benefit or the benefit of others, assuming we take advantage of these things. So those are miracles too.
God created order from chaos, and continues (for our benefit) to interact in a predictable way with his creation. We call these predictable interactions "natural laws" but of course since God "holds them in existence", and they do not exist by themselves, I'd call those miracles too.
And God, being God, sometimes for o!ur benefit suspends his "natural" laws - probably so we don't get too cocky about believing that the natural laws existing independently of Him.
:thumbsup: A fine answer!