A collection of actual miracle stories shared by friends, colleagues and some by me. Proof that miracles do occur even today.
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You are a miracle. God smiled when He created you.
This book, a collection of short stories show us that miracles still occur
oday.They did not take place only in the Biblical era.
These events in the lives of ordinary people like you and me will also motivate the reader to tap into his/her spiritual existence and find a'Heavenly' perspective, in our otherwise hectic world.
- .Jimmy, whose mother willingly shares one of her guardian Angels with him, excels miraculously at his favorite sport, soccer.
- Mr. Johnson, a patient in a hospital where I worked afforded me the opportunity to say I am sorry and to learn a precious lesson in forgiveness and in humility.
- Joyce and her husband Patrick, a warm hearted and sincere couple reminds us of the folly of judging others.
- Albert was a young man who often found himself on the wrong side of the law. His mother, who knew the goodness in his heart, teaches us a lesson in unconditional love.
- Chris, the suicide survivor, is a young man, who in desperation, gave up on life. He literally threw in the towel only to find himself on a closer walk with that God.
- Tom’s amazing story of his life’s review with Jesus.
These and other inspiring stories in this book, are sure to afford the reader a deeply spiritual experience.
Margaret Ottley-Okubo. Author
Amazing Stories - Read This Book of Miraculous Real Life Stories by Margaret Ottley-Okubo
First and foremost, this wonderful book of hope, inspiration, and survival, Every Day Miracles, really has a lot to offer regarding life and the trials one may encounter while dealing with life on a daily basis.
Some of the chapters and stories stand out more than others. Chapter 15, which is entitled "The Beggar," gives some vivid examples regarding the rendering of assistance to others and its long-term impact. This chapter touches on the art of helping others who are less fortunate, and how one receives internal peace and blessings in return. Margaret was residing in Kenya during the time of this event where she worked as a nurse and lived with her husband; however, the stories are divided between Africa and America. The story about the Beggar has a lot to offer about life itself.
Next, Chapter 26, which is entitled "Not Without My Children," will keep you on the edge of your seat. The suspense is really dynamic and urges one to continue reading without stopping. She really relays her life experiences in this book, and how others have impacted her life in the process. Without the help of her friends, others who believed her plea for help, and Divine Intervention, she would not have been able to write this chapter the way it's written. This chapter is a display of faith, determination, and belief that as long as there is life, there is hope, and there is a way to make it possible with God's help. God really loves children and prepares a way for them to come before His presence.
Third, these stories will really touch your heart. Don't ever believe that angels don't exist, because they are here for the protection of God's people. There are times when the unexpected will take place in our favor.
Chapter 17 articulates such an event. Angels are disguise without our knowledge. However, when they touch the soul and offer help, we are to be aware of what is taking place, and how God works His miraculous plans for each person.
Next, Maragret starts each chapter with wonderful words of wisdom for the soul. The words are spiritually uplifting and stimulating. They bring a sense of joy to the mind before getting into the chapters. This is an excellent book to read, and the life stories are very intriguing, stimulating, relaxing, and revealing. However, the beginning words bring peace while reading.
Finally, these stories will touch the heart of the reader and I just love them! Her second book entitled On the Wings of Time will be a treat to read also. You may visit her and read more about her books www.marge-angels.com.
Review by Joseph S. Spence, Sr.,a co-author of two poetry books, A Trilogy of Poetry, Prose and Thoughts for the Mind, Body and Soul, and Trilogy Moments for the Mind, Body and Soul. He invented the Epulaeryu poetry form, which focuses on succulent cuisines and drinks. He is published in various forums, including the World Haiku Association; Milwaukee Area Technical College, Phoenix Magazine; and Taj Mahal Review.
Joseph is a Goodwill Ambassador for the state of Arkansas, USA, and is an adjunct faculty at Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has completed over twenty years of service with the U.S. Army.
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Review by Sharon Weimer, August 23, 2007 . Author/Poet
If you are looking for cause to believe in a higher power, I strongly recommend Everyday Miracles. Truly inspirational, I found myself marveling at events in the author's life that touched my heart and soul deeply. Some stories surprising, some frightening, and some even amusing. Each one a different reason to be astounded. An intriguing book you will not be able to put down
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