We’re creating a new Guideposts.org

It’s faster, it’s mobile friendly—and we’d love you to have a sneak peekClick here to preview

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

There’s something fascinating about the stories of how our country came to be. And one tale in particular has always tickled my fancy...

by Diana Aydin

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel explains how twin girls, diagnosed with a rare syndrome in the womb, survived thanks to an unexpected complication.

by Adam Hunter

Why had God given me a dream in the first place? Would it ever come true?

by Diana Aydin

A green Hawn's macaw

Her green miniature Hahn’s macaw was on the loose, and she was beginning to despair. But her heartfelt prayer brought a prompt answer.

by Susan Rosenberg
, Ocean Township, New Jersey

Margaret and Chris in love and in their wheelchairs. From The New York Times.

Proof of the miraculous power of love, which flourishes even when all hope appears to be lost.

by Diana Aydin

Some news stories may prove false, but there's an inspiring aspect to our reaction to them.

by Adam Hunter

Mysterious Ways assistant editor Daniel Kessel

Mysterious Ways assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares incredible stories of endangered drivers who found help on the highway.

by Adam Hunter

A miraculous Cronut

Sometimes a miracle can happen in the simplest of ways, just by sharing a lunchtime snack... 

by Diana Aydin

Heavy traffic on a busy highway.

How could she abandon her car in the middle lane of a busy highway?

by Heidi Daniels
, Las Vegas, Nevada

A doctor comforting a patient

Here's a helpful tool to help doctors handle discussions about miracles. After all, hospitals are no strangers to the miraculous.

by Diana Aydin

A close-up of a sunflower

Instead of a bare dirt lot, there was a field of sunflowers, growing exactly where our house once stood.

by Barbara Jackson
, Medina, Ohio

Tornado approaching a house

A funnel cloud descended on their home. What happened next was a miracle.

by Adam Hunter

A narrow Stockholm alleyway lit up during an early-summer evening

To my eyes, it was wondrous. Can you imagine... a world that doesn’t get dark?

by Diana Aydin

Hunter enthusiastically high fives Heater, the Dragons mascot

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares how a deaf seven-year-old got an unexpected message from his favorite baseball mascot.

by Adam Hunter

Syndicate content