Miracle Walk

Miracle Walk

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A Step-by-Step Journey Through the Supernatural
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There may be a not-so-subtle perception that divine miracles really aren't very common--if they occur at all--in our age. After all, didn't things like healings and sea partings and tempest stillings end when Jesus left the earth and the last of His apostles died? Larry Poland, writing in Miracle Walk, doesn't think so. Looking back on his own life, he identifies twenty-six incidents in which he is convinced that God intervened and & suspended the natural order. He sees God in the mundane like finding an electric timer and in the dramatic like instant healing from a stroke, the casting of demons out of a fortune teller, and the impossible reconnection with a friend in the grasslands of Brazil. Poland sees the hand of God . . . but lets the reader decide. This book of short, fascinating, easy- to-read stories is perfect for the skeptic, the believer who has never entered the dramatic world of the supernatural, the discouraged Christian who needs assurance that God still works miracles today, and the one who celebrates the miracle working power of God. If Poland is right, all followers of Jesus Christ can traverse the miracle walk, and he explains how.
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Description There may be a not-so-subtle perception that divine miracles really aren't very common--if they occur at all--in our age. After all, didn't things like healings and sea partings and tempest stillings end when Jesus left the earth and the last of His apostles died? Larry Poland, writing in Miracle Walk, doesn't think so. Looking back on his own life, he identifies twenty-six incidents in which he is convinced that God intervened and & suspended the natural order. He sees God in the mundane like finding an electric timer and in the dramatic like instant healing from a stroke, the casting of demons out of a fortune teller, and the impossible reconnection with a friend in the grasslands of Brazil. Poland sees the hand of God . . . but lets the reader decide. This book of short, fascinating, easy- to-read stories is perfect for the skeptic, the believer who has never entered the dramatic world of the supernatural, the discouraged Christian who needs assurance that God still works miracles today, and the one who celebrates the miracle working power of God. If Poland is right, all followers of Jesus Christ can traverse the miracle walk, and he explains how.
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