By: Stanley Maxwell
“The great work of the gospel is not to close with less manifestation of the power of God than marked its opening…Miracles will be wrought, the sick will be healed, and signs and wonders will follow the believers.”--THE GREAT CONTROVERSY, 611, 612
There are miracles, and there are miracles, and then there are miracles. Some miracles are meant to appear transcendent while others are simply sleight of hand or tricks of magic. Some so-called miracles are downright fraudulent or can later be explained scientifically. But sometimes, miracles are unexplainable and unrepeatable, incredible and unbelievable—they are, truly, miraculous.
Real miracles occur in unexpected places and at unexpected times. When and where God chooses to miraculously intervene in people’s lives is generally unpredictable, but miracles do happen.
“I believe that God uses miracles to help increase faith in the hearts of His children here on Earth….The stories within these pages are about miracles that have happened to real people. They tell of God’s presence in this world today and how He loves and cares for humanity.”—Stanley Maxwell