Miracles

They Are in My Hands

Written by Brother Richard Scaglione on Monday, 09 November 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1187

They Are in My Hands

Today's missionary-themed Miracle Monday is an account from Brother Richard Scaglione about a trip to South America. Enjoy!

Brother Frank P. and I made a missionary trip to Colombia and Venezuela from June 3 to 15, 2010. The blessing actually began the week before we left.

On Saturday, May 29, Sister Rose P. had a dream in which she saw the late Apostle Frank Calabrese laying hands on Brother Frank and me. He asked God to be with us on the upcoming trip.

Remarkable Rigatoni

Written by Sister KarenJo Pandone on Monday, 02 November 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1450

Remarkable Rigatoni

We're kicking off our first missionary-themed Miracle Monday with a testimony from the journal of Brother Joseph Milantoni sent by Sister KarenJo Pandone. She says, "First miracle I ever witnessed personally. I remember standing next to Sister Maness as she turned the pasta in the roaster and I could see that as she turned she prayed. While she prayed I literally saw the roaster fill up to the top with pasta! I couldn't believe my eyes!"

If You Dread Death, This One's for You

Written by Sister Josie Jasmin on Tuesday, 27 October 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1431

If You Dread Death, This One's for You

We saved a special article that that Sister Josie Jasmin sent to us for this month's Miracle Monday theme, which was "fear." It's about fearing death. If you can relate to this, then read on for a beautiful message of comfort…

When I was a young person, I had a terrible fear of dying even though I was brought up under the sound of the gospel. For some reason, I would visualize being in the ground and submerged with all of this dirt.

I began to pray that the Lord would take this fear from me, and one night I had a dream.

Yannel and the Tornado

Written by Sister Megan Garcia on Monday, 19 October 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1166

Yannel and the Tornado

October is all about scares and spooks for some people. Our Miracle Monday theme for this month, which is "fear," isn't meant to freak you out. We're actually hoping the opposite — that it will plant God's peace firmly in your heart. We think that today's story, from Sister Megan Garcia, will do just that.

The sky was dark, wind was whipping through the trees, and the local TV stations had interrupted all regular programming to follow the tornado warning issued for our county. A tornado had touched down about 40 miles from us, and we were in its projected path.

Fear of Flying

Written by Sister Kim Komjathy on Monday, 12 October 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1358

Fear of Flying

Today's fear-themed Miracle Monday is from Sister Kim Komjathy.

I’ve struggled with worry all my life. As I grew into an adult, my anxiety began to affect my work and personal life. I feel that God directed me to many wonderful counselors and doctors who helped me tremendously throughout the years. I’ve also been extremely blessed to have the support of many brothers and sisters who understand and share my affliction. But the thing I thank God for most of all is the knowledge and understanding of anointing.

I Need Not Fear

Written by Sister Enza Pusillo on Monday, 05 October 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1232

I Need Not Fear

Today is our first fear-themed Miracle Monday, and we are hearing from Sister Enza Pusillo.

One night, as I was sleeping, something caused me to wake, and as I lifted my head from my pillow, I looked across the room and saw two very, very tall men standing on either side of the sliding glass door in my bedroom. They were dressed in dark suits and stood as if they were at attention or on duty. Not thinking anything of it, I put my head back down, saying to myself “Oh, the angels are here.”

She's the One

Written by Sister Natalie Shawver on Monday, 28 September 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1358

She's the One

Today's work-related Miracle Monday is from Sister Natalie Shawver. Make sure you read all the way to the end for the best part of the story!

Last year I felt it was time to find a new position within my company. I had struggled with my current role for a variety of reasons and knew something better was out there for me.

I made it a matter of prayer, having faith that God would pick the right job for me. Around Thanksgiving, two positions piqued my interest — one with our communications department and the other with our charity organization. I knew I would enjoy either position, but for whatever reason I was leaning towards the charity role.

Thank God for Open Doors

Written by Sister Cindy Bright and Sister Marty Jumper on Tuesday, 22 September 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1505

Thank God for Open Doors

If you have trouble getting along with your coworkers, then today's testimonies are for you! Yes, we're bringing you more Miracle Mondays on Tuesday, and we hope they are a blessing.

Testimony of Sister Cindy Bright

God has blessed me many times with jobs, but, looking back, I wish I would've been more patient, giving a problem to God instead of just leaving a job. On one occasion, I did just that.

Plays Nice With Others

Written by Sister Paula Hemmings and Sister Dora Armstrong on Monday, 21 September 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1024

Plays Nice With Others

For today's Miracle Monday, we're sharing two stories of how God miraculously provided jobs for two sisters. Enjoy!

Testimony of Sister Paula Hemmings

I was fortunate to be a stay at home mom when my children were young, but I felt I had too much time on my hands when my youngest started kindergarten. I decided I wanted to work but wasn't going to take a job unless I had hours that coincided with school beginning and ending. I also wanted all school holidays off, including summer vacation.

Easy, right?

All Mixer-ed Up

Written by Sister Kathie Perkins on Monday, 14 September 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 995

All Mixer-ed Up

This month, all the Miracle Mondays are testimonies from the workplace. Today's job-related miracle is from Sister Kathie Perkins.

As part of my job as an elementary school music teacher, I was responsible for presenting programs involving hundreds of kids to a very large audience. The program always required the use of some type of PA system.

Over the years, the technology at our school advanced to the point where I had less and less control over the system, and eventually the media specialist had to set up all the microphones and speakers during the daytime for me so that, at the appointed time for the evening program, I could just turn the system on and everything would work.

At least, that was the plan.

No Bones About It

Written by Brother Jordan Champine on Monday, 31 August 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 2237

No Bones About It

Today's Miracle Monday was submitted by Brother Jordan Champine for May's theme on anointing with oil. We hope you feel as blessed as we did when we got to the end and read a 7-year-old boy's simple words — the only logical conclusion to an undeniable miracle like this one.

When I was a young boy, around 7 years old, I went out to eat at a restaurant with my family as we tended to do on Friday nights. My parents had just found the Gospel a few years prior, so we took extra time and pride in joining hands and saying our dinner prayers in our booth. Little did we know what would soon follow.

Scratched Names

Written by Brother Rich Nath on Monday, 17 August 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1421

Scratched Names

For today's Miracle Monday, we're sharing a military-related experience — remember that theme from May 2014? The late Brother Dick Ackman experienced this miracle, and his grandson, Brother Rich Nath, submitted it.

In early 1952, my grandpa was on leave from the army and had received orders to return to camp. He knew what that meant — he was being shipped to Korea.

There was a significant chance that if he ended up in the warzone he would not return home, as those trained for his duties had a very high casualty rate. The night before he was scheduled to return to base, he had the following experience that he related many times before he passed away. The following excerpt is from his autobiography.

Miraculous Moo-lah

Written by Sister Debbie Kyriakakos and Sister Florence Perri on Monday, 03 August 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 970

Miraculous Moo-lah

As you know, each month, we introduce a different theme for Miracle Monday. Occasionally, a theme is super popular, and we get a lot of submissions — so many that we can't use them all before the month ends.

What do we do with the extra stories? We save them in hopes that we can share them at a later date. Guess what? That "later date" is now! We're dedicating each Monday during August to publishing beautiful experiences that we've been hanging onto.

Today, we're sharing two stories that Sister Debbie Kyriakakos and Sister Florence Perri sent to us for the money-related Miracle Mondays in November 2014. Enjoy!

Best of Miracle Monday: Miracle of the Stolen Books

Written by Brother Stephen Kyriakakos on Monday, 27 July 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 862

Best of Miracle Monday: Miracle of the Stolen Books

For today's Best of Miracle Monday, we're republishing "Miracle of the Stolen Books" from November 5, 2012 submitted by Brother Stephen Kyriakakos.

On January 29, 2012, I went out to my car to go to work. I noticed the driver's side door was open and several items were stolen. Among the missing items were my grandfather Rudy Meo's leather bookcase with his Bible and Book of Mormon inside (pictured here).

This devastated me because he had just passed away a year earlier. For a week, I was torn up at the loss of these books because they were one of only two things given to me that belonged to him — and they were just gone.

Best of Miracle Monday: I Never Heard a Sweeter Song

Written by Sister Mandy Griffith on Monday, 20 July 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1278

Best of Miracle Monday: I Never Heard a Sweeter Song

For today's Best of Miracle Monday, we're republishing "I Never Heard a Sweeter Song" from May 7, 2012 submitted by Sister Mandy Griffith.

When our first son, Wesley, was born, he was four weeks premature. As new parents, we naturally had many concerns, but the day after his birth, when his condition was stabilized, we had family come to visit.

As everyone gathered around to see the baby, the gift of tongues came forth, and the interpretation was, "My gift to you, thus saith the Lord." We were so blessed to receive that expression of God's love; it truly comforted us, and we felt reassured that all would be well with our son.

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