Mysterious Ways

True stories of unexpected and wondrous experiences that reveal a hidden hand at work in our lives.
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan
Miracles

My Mysterious New Year's Dream

There are so many unexpected things in this world, so many mysteries and wonders...

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Mysterious Ways blogger Adam Hunter and the deer he saw New Year's Day
Miracles

A Wonderful Welcome to a New Year

An unexpected visit from some graceful creatures greeted me on the first morning of 2014.

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The Mysterious Ways Christmas "office elf" leaves treats for whoever finds them
Miracles

Spreading a Little Wonder and Mystery

Writes guest blogger Diana Aydin: The funny thing is, the more you spread wonder, the more you begin to see it yourself.

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Mysterious Ways blogger Adam Hunter
People Helping People

Goodbye to a Jewish Hero

Some last words about life and faith from philanthropist Edgar Bronfman.

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The pit bull now named Gabriel found a safe place for the holidays
Miracles

A New Home for the Holidays

The dog stumbled upon the perfect place to spend the holidays, writes guest blogger Daniel Kessel. May we all be similarly blessed.

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Mysterious Ways blogger Adam Hunter
Miracles

More Aware of the Miracles Around Us

It's time to celebrate; how are you getting into the spirit of the season?

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A butterfly flutters near Quito, Ecuador.
Adult Children

Learning to Trust an Unseen Guide

Worried that his son lacked direction, an old friend gave him a new way of looking at life.

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A $5,000 tip from @tipsforjesus
Miracles

A Tip from Mysterious Ways

Want to spread God’s love? Give your server an unexpected smile.

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Reese McKee. Photo credit: New Zealand Herald.
Miracles

Creating "Chance Encounters"

In this guest blog, assistant editor Daniel Kessel asks: Is it best to leave certain connections to God, rather than social networks?

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Christmas tree
God's Grace

Guiding Light

We were lost in a blizzard till the lights of Christmas pointed us home.

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