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

No one had worshiped there in 22 years. But with six determined people and a little of God's grace, that was about to change.

by George Eckstein
, Stamford, Connecticut

tomatoes in a heart-shaped bowl

This fruit always reminded me of Dad, but I didn't want any after he passed away.

by Joyce Noto
, Gray, Tennessee

We needed to get out of the water—and a bit of God's love.

by Robert Kramer
, Leesburg, Florida

A flat tire, a lot of frustration and then... a little help from God.

by Peter Muilenburg
, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

I wished he could see the same star I was seeing—evidence of God's love.

by Gilda Cabrera Reyes
, Loganville, Georgia

Dog tags lying on a camouflage uniform

I thought I'd lost my father all over again when his WWII dog tags went missing.

by Lorraine Arents
, Fresh Meadows, New York

“No!” I screamed as I watched my toddler fall headfirst down the stairs…

by Ingrid Miller
, Chalmers, Indiana

I carried a bouquet of flowers to Mom’s hospital room. When, suddenly, I changed direction. 

by Shirley Wilcox
, North Manchester, Indiana

Mother's Day Card

This first Mother’s Day without my brother was going to be especially hard for Mom. But evidence of God's love turned up at just the right moment.

by Carolyn Hyden
, Fort Worth, Texas

With my toddler playing beside me, I knew I better not doze off.

by Teresa Taylor Williams
, Norton Shores, Michigan

close-up of a white gardenia

I was no green thumb, but I desperately needed this flower to bloom for Mother's Day.

by Sally Whittington
, Albany, Oregon

The baby who helped save another baby.

With a little of God's grace, my son saved someone else's life...before he was even born.

by Jim Van Winkle
, Muscatine, Iowa

I’d accepted the call to minister at a larger church, but I longed to know if it was the best decision…
 

by Paul Heller
, Plattsburgh, New York

What could this old-timer teach me about baseball? A Mysterious Ways that changed his life
 

by Glen Brodie
, Huntsville, Alabama

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