If nobody believed in superstition it would be unable to hurt anyone
Is it true that God makes laws and creates exceptions to
them such as miracles?
Do exceptions really exist with God? If your rule is that all shoplifters go to jail, you may make an exception for somebody because she is dying from cancer and you decide not to punish her. You make an exception because the rule turned out to be wrong in this instance. You are fixing the damage. But if you are God, you will set up the rule that NOT all shoplifters go to jail. It will only be the rule for those who are not dying from cancer. Another rule will be created to handle them. Thus we see that though humankind needs to make exceptions for laws God cannot for he is all-powerful and all-knowing and all-wise and sees the future.
This means that a miracle should not be seen as supernatural or as wonderful any more than anything else is. A miracle does not deserve the interest and devotion it gets from the believers. The miracle itself is only a law of nature.