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Mysterious Ways

     There is evidence of God’s love all around us, we just need to recognize
it. A stranger’s all-too-perfectly timed random act of kindness. A deceased
     loved one who appears to you in a dream just when you need her most. A
     delayed flight that leads to an unexpected family reunion.

     These events are more than mere coincidences. They are proof that
     God’s love, God’s grace and God’s mercy are indeed revealed in
      Mysterious Ways.






Recent Mysterious Ways Stories

Woman dialing a phone

Only divine intervention could stop me from drinking.

by Patricia Walworth Wood
, Indianapolis, Indiana

A bestselling book is just bunk, says its young author.

by Adam Hunter

God is in the details–consider the 1 septillion snowflakes that will fall from the sky this winter.

by Diana Aydin

Diana Aydin discovers Eleanor Roosevelt's favorite prayer–one that encourages boldness and curiosity.
by Diana Aydin

Daniel Kessel.

Rap superstar Kanye West believes his late mother sent a message, channeled through him in a freestyle rap–assistant editor Daniel Kessel reports.

by Adam Hunter

A chance encounter transforms feelings of stress into greatness of soul.

by Diana Aydin

Why our country’s natural wonder turns so many into believers.

by Adam Hunter

The holidays are over, a cold winter looms. But then, a sparkle of something new at the window.

by Diana Aydin

Actor, Tom Hanks

Leave it to Mom to send one last message through her favorite actor…

by Susan Pence
, Jacksonville, Florida

Crowd-sourcing ideas for a new hobby turns up a very hip one!

by Diana Aydin

A look back at the stories that wowed us in 2014

by Adam Hunter

artist painting a portrait of love

Would I always be alone on New Year’s Eve?

by Peggy Wilmeth Carr
, Cordell, Oklahoma

How spreading cheer made my spirits extra, extra bright. 

by Diana Aydin

Moments of unexpected cheer are what the holidays are made of, writes assistant editor Daniel Kessel.

by Adam Hunter

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