God saves a woman from her cheating husband, He reveals Himself to an atheist through divine intervention, and saves a man's life from a drive by shooting through his four-year-old daughter. These and many more inspiring, true miracles are documented in Miracles That Inspire.
©2014 Adam Houge (P)2014 Adam Houge
Karen of Northern Michigan
I very much believe in miracles and have read a number of books that truly were inspirational. This one, however, did nothing but make me roll my eyes. Evangelistic Christians will probably really enjoy this, but if you aren't prone to an evangelistic way of living and thinking, this isn't the book of miracles for you. It's narrated in a 3rd person script, as if this person was there and could see the persons expressions and read their thoughts. Kind of reminded me of something young adults might be taught in Sunday school, designed to scare someone from following in the footsteps of the characters in the stories or to show why following Jesus is the way... Didn't feel real to me, more like made up stories to bring home a point.. or maybe like a sermon at a gentler fire and brimstone church...
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