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A car flips over on the highway and bursts into flames. A father hears devastating news about his unborn child. A teenage girl follows a friend to a dangerous party.
Then God happens.
If you have ever doubted the miraculous power of God, prepare to be astonished. Here, real people share true stories of modern-day miracles – moments of divine intervention when the hand of God was briefly and beautifully revealed. Edited by bestselling authors Angela Hunt and Bill Myers, the eight stories in When God Happens include first-hand accounts of medical healing, angelic visitation, and demonic possession.
As Hunt and Myers write, these testimonies “are a reminder that the God who reached down to touch those He loved in Bible days has not changed. He has not turned His back on us or left us to our own devices. As Scripture also states, ‘[He] is the same yesterday, today, and forever.'”
About the Authors
Bill Myers is a bestselling author and an award-winning producer whose work has won over eighty national and international awards, including the C.S. Lewis Honor Award. His work includes McGee and Me!, The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle, and Eli. He is the managing partner of Amaris Media International.
Angela Hunt, ThD, is a bestselling author and Christy Award winner. She lives in Florida with her husband, two mastiffs, and an assortment of wildlife.
I firmly believe that God is alive, and He cares just as much about us, His children, in these days as He did of those in the time of the bible. I always find it interesting reading the account of others and how they see the hand of God in their life. The more we seek to exercise faith, and show our love to God and our fellow men, the more I think we’ll be able to see how God touches our lives in sometimes the most simple of ways. While most of these stories are quite grand in their telling, I believe we can see and feel God’s presence and those of angels in our day to day activities when we seek to see it.
Hopefully, if you read this book, you will do so with an open mind. One willing to believe the accounts, and turn them inward to look at the events of our own life. I know after I read the stories, I’ve made more of an effort to seek God’s hand in my life. You can learn more about what I believe at Mormon.org