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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

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares three Mysterious Moments that wowed him this summer!

by Adam Hunter

How her late mother led her to a whole new family!

by Diana Aydin

More than four years have passed since I visited Israel. A lot has changed since then.

by Adam Hunter

A late night at the office and a little mental break leads to an unexpected famly connection!

by Diana Aydin

Close-up of woman holding keys.

Would my daughter ever find the right home?

by Karen Strand
, Lacey, Washington

It may still be summer, but we’re ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving!

by Adam Hunter

Our struggles and scars can make us stick out in the very best way!

by Diana Aydin

A look back at 31 years opens a blogger's eyes to the wondrous miracles that surround her.

by Diana Aydin

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares a reader’s testimonial to the power of these stories.

by Adam Hunter

In honor of a 31st birthday, here's a list of wonders both big and small and some completely strange!

by Diana Aydin

Amy and Nick on the beach, years before they met and married!

Is there a master plan? Sometimes we catch a glimpse of the blueprint...

by Adam Hunter

Imagine the car of your dreams. A car that betters the world somehow. What do you see?

by Diana Aydin

Photo of the missing stuffed animal, Bianca.

How would my daughter ever get over her lost doll?

by Deborah DeJaegher
, East Moline, Illinois

motorcycle helmet on the pavement, in the road

What good could come from a motorcycle wreck?

by Pat McKelley
, Wooster, Ohio

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