Sometimes its not a miracle…


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  1. maybe that animal walking on water must contain some kind of divinity? the hindus believe god appears in different forms.

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  2. look that mastery and control over the water . it definitely must be god incarnate


  3. hmm now which religion would think that?


  4. the control over the water must have something to do with the following verse

    And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

    i can see a parallel


  5. we are eyewitnesses to a modern day miracle.


  6. It is a miracle, the miracle of nature. Marvel at Allah’s creation! Alhamdulillah!

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  7. The Jesus Lizard

    The basilisk sometimes runs as a biped. Basilisks have the unique ability to “run” on water and, because of this, they have been dubbed as “The Jesus Christ lizard” in reference to the biblical passage of Matthew 14:22-34.[2] On water, the basilisk can run at a velocity of 1.5 meters (4.9 feet) per second for approximately 4.5 meters (14.8 feet) before sinking on all fours and swimming. Flaps between their toes help support the basilisk, creating a larger surface and a pocket of air. They can also sustain themselves on all fours while “water-walking” to increase the distance travelled above the surface by about 1.3 meters (4.3 feet).


  8. like i said this must be an incarnation or something. the amazing “per second” for 4.5 meters has beaten jesus’ walking. this must be the fact of a hindu god. all christians need to do is find types and shadows in the torah for this lizard.


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