Miracles: 32 True Stories by Joanie Hileman
Self-published at Amazon Kindle, December 2011, 209 pages
Genre: Inspirational nonfiction
Joanie Hileman was not a writer, but the Lord kept bugging her to write this book. Finally she did it. She gathered testimonies of God’s faithfulness in miracles and in loss from all over the state of Maine, it seems.
The result is truly amazing. These stories are heard-rending in places, and heart-lifting in others. People talk of mysterious individuals who come and help them and then vanish. Angels? And how God answered their prayers in amazing ways, not always the way they wanted.
The official blurb describes it this way: “A dying child counts angels in her room. A teenage boy stuns doctors by recovering from a massive brain injury. A bubble of protection surrounds a man about to be hit by a car…These miraculous accounts and twenty-nine more are recorded in Miracles: 32 True Stories.”
If you’re wanting to deepen your faith, read this book. If you have a friend who’s not a believer but curious about the faith, give the friend this book. It’s unforgettable.