Miracles: A Journalist Looks at Modern Day Experiences of God’s Power by Tim Stafford Book Review

“Award-Winning Journalist Takes a Close Lookat Modern-Day Miracles Miracles give us hope. But while readers are fascinated by stories of miracles, they aren”t always sure which ones to believe. Stafford takes a careful look at miraculous events in our modern world–some hard to accept and others hard to deny–then places them in a historical and biblical context. Along the way he explores questions about where and under what circumstances miracles occur today, and what role they should play in the lives of Christians.” (Description taken from Chapters.ca)

Miracles can be absolutely crazy. People that have been blind can see, people who have lost their hearing can hear again. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s pretty amazing. I was really intrigued to read this book because I wanted to know more about the miracles happening today.

We all know all the crazy and oh so amazing miracles that happened in the bible – turning water into wine, 1 Prophet for God against 400 Prophets for Baal (This is one of my favourite events of the bible) The list goes on.

Tim Stafford does an excellent job with this book, taking a look at the miracles today, in modern times 2,000 years after the death of Jesus. Amazing things happen, and I think they’ll still happen if we have faith, because anything is possible.  Tim just amazed me with this book, though I did have to reread some parts to get them, which was absolutely fine with me.

If you, like me, are wanting to know more about miracles, get a copy of this book, you definitely will not be disappointed, a fantastic read.


Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group.


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