Strange As It Seems

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Look around, look behind, and certainly look up. According to Scripture, miracles are everywhere, even in today’s world. If we keep our eyes and ears open to them, we will hear goose-bump stories from changed lives all around us. Author John Van Diest has compiled “True-Life Stories of Heaven Touching Earth” in his new book, Miracles All Around Us.

God continues to work in unexpected ways to reveal Himself to us. Miracles All Around Us is your ticket to some of these wonderful adventures. You will be inspired by true tales of answered prayers, miraculous events, evidences of divine intervention, and interactions with mysterious helpers. Included are contributions from popular Christian authors such as Philip Yancey and Bruce Wilkinson. These stories of heaven touching earth will fill you with the hope and assurance that not only is God active in this world today, but He’s intimately involved in your life as well.

We may not even know if the person sitting right next to us on a Sunday morning has experienced his own true miracle.

Here in real-time is a man named Tyler [not his real name] drowning in addictions. He nearly lost his life five years ago. His body had shriveled away while in a hospice for nine months.

His church members took turns praying over him. With guitar strumming they sang praises to the Lord at his bedside 24/7 every day. On the morning he died, they were still praying.

Six minutes later, he opened his eyes and was delivered from all addictions! His doctors still do not have an explanation.         

You can find Van Diest’s fascinating book in The Solid Rock Library. We are open every Sunday morning from 8:30-10:30 in the Main Sanctuary. 

 

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