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

Why would God spare this one thing? Why did he choose to work through this miracle?

by Diana Aydin

Guest blogger Daniel Kessel’s grandmother was worried. Little did she know he’d gone to just the right place for Saint Patrick’s Day.

by Adam Hunter

Donna Teti

A sign from above is comforting reassurance to a grieving sister.

by Donna Teti
, West Chester, Pennsylvania

I cried for 33 days. Wow. I thank God for my little miracle every day. I was praying so hard. I was ready to give up.

by Diana Aydin

How you can help find the missing flight, as we continue to pray for all those involved.

by Adam Hunter

An artist's rendering of a woman waving out from shore

A sailor, tossed overboard by a gust of wind, is feared lost by family friends, the Coast Guard–everyone but his fervently prayerful wife.

by Jim Nelson
, Green Bay, Wisconsin

In illness or heartbreak or financial woes, at our very worst, we often–inexplicably–run through the pain.

by Diana Aydin

Red Coupe Car

Buying a used car gave me decision paralysis–how would I know the right one for me?

by Karen Burkhart
, Columbus, Ohio

Blurry outlook? Don’t worry, writes guest blogger Daniel Kessel. God sees everything clearly.

by Adam Hunter

My mom has always been able to find God’s miracles, even in the worst of situations...

by Diana Aydin

How taking in a new perspective can help us discover wonders and mysteries...

by Adam Hunter

Most of the tales I heard growing up involved some sort of miracle, unexpected twist or strange life lesson...

by Diana Aydin

man turning up the car radio

As a new business owner, I felt in over my head… until I received some unexpected reassurance.

by Jeff Little
, Lawrenceville, Georgia

An artist's rendering of Toshi's journal

For five years, the notebook kept her connected to her departed daughter, and to God. Now it was gone.

by Toshie Nagamori
, Torrance, California

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