Mysterious Ways

True stories of unexpected and wondrous experiences that reveal a hidden hand at work in our lives.
A woman in bed dialing a cell phone
God's Grace

Mysterious Ways: A Voice in the Night

A voice was telling her to call her younger sister at 3 a.m., but she had no idea why.

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Logan Eliasen returns to the scene of his rescue.
Answered Prayers

A Divine Rescue from the Depths

Out for some fun spelunking, he now was trapped. Was this the end for him?

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Diana's Uncle Jack
God's Grace

An Unlikely Path to Success

He feared the accident would come back to haunt him; instead, he was rewarded for it.

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Dr. Larry Dossey gazes through a window at himself, seated in a cafe.
Miracles

The Science of Premonitions

We talk to Dr. Larry Dossey, author, scientist and renowned expert on premonitions.

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A boat is tossed in a storm.
God's Grace

A Glow in the Night

Skeptical of seafarers' tall tales, he was led to safety in a storm by a mysterious green light.

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An artist's rendering of Julian
Bible Resources

Julian's Visions

A 14th-century Englishwoman's mysterious visions still fascinate and inspire us today.

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A table with a sign on it, lit by sunlight.
Family

Table for 5

It was their first family trip since their mother's death, and they hoped it would help heal their grief. Click through the above images to read the whole story.

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An artist's rendering of of a glowing cell phone
God's Grace

A Spiritual Message on the Caller ID

My husband didn’t know how he’d get the job, until our phone told him.

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Mysterious Ways blogger Diana Aydin's smushed birthday cake for her friend Lisa
Miracles

Miracles Are for Everyone

You don’t have to be perfect to experience God’s wonder...

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Mysterious Ways blogger Adam Hunter
God's Grace

A Mysterious Find

Mysterious Moments can happen anytime, anywhere, as a friend of assistant editor Daniel Kessel's discovered.

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