According to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, a Miracle is an act or occasion that does not follow the laws of character and is considered to be brought on by God. From the foregoing, it could be observed that this is is consistent with the religious sect's conception of miracles since it is seen as what handles on a great being (God) i.e a happening that pauses or break the laws of character and is brought about by God. In a philosophical discourse, maybe it's asked that's God the ultimate or necessary reason behind miracles?
To a layman, maybe it's seen as a happy point that occur that you didn't assume or think was possible it has to do with what goes beyond human creativity, whatever typically isn't possible or imaginable.
E Thomas Acquinas in their own conception claims "those ideas are precisely named wonder which are performed by divine company beyond the order commonly seen in nature (acim soundcloud ordinem commuter observatum in rebus) Acquires also re-appraises the definition as given above that which would be considered as wonder is that which will need to have a divine treatment and goes beyond natural happening. Maybe it's said that for Acquinas, miracle is whatever caused by the great being, God.
Magic, philosophically speaking, is never merely a coincidence irrespective of how extraordinary or significant. Like: in the event that you skip an airplane and the aircraft accidents, that is not magic unless God divinely caused the function - an event typically distinctive from what can have happened in the standard natural span of events. It is just a divine overriding of, or interference with, the normal order. Therefore, it do not need to be extra normal outstanding or substantial and it should be something different than the usual chance, irrespective of how remarkable.