Sunday, February 28, 2021

The Miracle Collectors: Uncovering Stories of Wonder, Joy, and Mystery by Katie Mahon, Joan Luise Hill

The Miracle Collectors: Uncovering Stories of Wonder, Joy, and Mystery by Katie Mahon,  Joan Luise Hill 

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Do you want to believe that miracles can happen? 

Perhaps you need something greater than yourself to hold you, safely guide your way through a desperate situation, and answer your fervent prayer.

Have you wondered if something you experienced could be considered a miracle? Perhaps, at just the right time, you receive an encouraging text from a friend across the country. Or maybe it was much more dramatic. Something life-altering such as a split-second decision, an instinct, to slow your car just before the vehicle in front of you lost control. Regardless of its nature, once you have a miracle experience, big or small, you are never the same. You are changed by your miracle.

By exploring their own experiences, searching out religious texts, and collecting stories shared by others, the authors have compiled what they believe is the truest meaning of miracles. The Miracle Collectors offers inspirational stories of miracles that ripple through time and space changing the lives of others.
Readers will learn to recognize and celebrate miracles for the gift of grace that they are. 

My Thoughts:
The Miracle Collectors book is for everyone who needs to be encouraged. This book reminds me Chicken Soup. It is a collection of stories where miracles have occurred, thus inspiring the reader. In this season of life, everyone needs hope and encouragement. If you have experienced a miracle or have never, this book is a great read to give you deep faith that all things work together for good. This is a book worth re-reading. I love the short questions and reading guide to help engage my mind. I highly recommend this book ! It is an awesome encouragement! 

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