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Expecting Miracles: True Stories of God's Supernatural Power and How You Can Experience It
In 2003 readers around the world read in Always Enough about the amazing things God was doing in the poorest nation on earth. Since then Heidi and Rolland Baker's ministry has electrified the body of Christ, lay Christians and ministry leaders alike, who have witnessed it firsthand. Now readers can spend a year with the Bakers, watching God continue to work miraculously in Mozambique and learning how he longs to work similarly in our own lives. Combining extraordinary narrative with insights and teaching principles, Expecting Miracles connects believers in developed countries with those in poverty and offers priceless lessons on how God's power transforms lives.
The Secrets of Mary: Gifts from the Blessed Mother
Connel, Janice T.
Through the centuries, the Virgin Mary has appeared to ordinary people of every race and culture, bringing forth her messages of love, peace, and comfort. In The Secrets of Mary, Janice T. Connell chronicles these messages, drawn from scripture, experts, and eyewitness accounts. Mary provides a gift for modern times, as she reveals how to solve problems that are surfacing throughout the world. This new collection of stories include an ancient account of St. Augustine's discovery of Mary's power, insight from world-famous visionaries through the ages, and much more. Connell also shares modern-day stories that serve as a guiding light, including her own awe-inspiring experience with Mary in Asia, and a famous Washington, D.C., media anchor's touching encounter with the Blessed Mother. Filled with beauty, wonder, and joy, the stories and lessons in these pages provide comfort and inspiration to all those who desire Mary's gifts.
Miracles And Wonders
The Bible is full of miracles, from the parting of the Red Sea to the Resurrection itself. But ours is a world that champions science, the rational, and the explainable. Could it be that miracles are a thing of the past and that God has stopped working them in our own time? In this extraordinary book, Calvin Miller shows why they are in fact part of the very fabric of our world, and that now more than ever we must not only believe in them, but recognize and respond to them whenever they occur. At the heart of Miracles and Wonders are thirty-two cases of contemporary miracles, from inexplicable recoveries from illness to lives spared by wondrous twists of "fate" - all examples of how God breaks natural laws, the very laws He created to run the universe, to help mankind. Vividly describing these miracles, and comparing them with those of biblical times, Calvin Miller applies a clear, accessible, Christian theology to this fascinating topic. He shows how the lives of individuals and communities have been indelibly changed and why we must individually answer the question of whether we are truly ready to accept miracles when they happen.
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