Miracles

Miraculous Moo-lah

Written by Sister Debbie Kyriakakos and Sister Florence Perri on Monday, 03 August 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1331

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 1177

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 1626

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.

Best of Miracle Monday: Before They Call, I Will Answer

Written by Brother Frank Natoli on Monday, 13 July 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1089

Best of Miracle Monday: Before They Call, I Will Answer

For today's "Best of Miracle Monday," we're republishing "Before They Call, I Will Answer" from April 16, 2012 submitted by Brother Frank Natoli.

As a newly ordained elder in The Church of Jesus Christ, I was instructed to always carry a small bottle of blessed oil with me, in case someone contacted me and asked to be anointed (James 5:14-16).

One morning, I awoke, got ready for work, ate my breakfast, and got in my car to go to work. Before I walked out the door, I touched the outside of pants to feel for my little bottle of oil, but it wasn't there. I had forgotten it, so I went back to my room, placed it in my pants pocket and left for work.

Best of Miracle Monday: The Lost Lens Miracle

Written by Sister Melanie Suska on Monday, 06 July 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1308

Best of Miracle Monday: The Lost Lens Miracle

Today, we're kicking off the "Best of Miracle Monday" series. We're digging back in our archives for special experiences that we shared in the blog's early days so that those of you who weren't with us back then can experience them. Today, we're republishing "The Lost Lens Miracle" from April 2, 2012 submitted by Sister Melanie Suska.

One winter day in school, when I was around 10 years old, the bell rang at the end of the day, and I rushed outside to get to my mom's car.

Nothing to Fear

Written by Sister Rosanne Champine and Brother Kevin Murphy on Monday, 29 June 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1612

Nothing to Fear

Today, we're wrapping up the month with two beautiful anointing-related testimonies.

Submitted by Sister Rosanne Champine

In 2011, I discovered — and my doctor confirmed — a large tumor in my body. I was facing further tests, which caused me great concern. On a Sunday morning, I went before the ministry of the branch to be anointed. That day, a sister shared the following vision:

The Healing Power of Holy Oil

Written by Brother Fred Bartuccio and Brother Charles Love on Monday, 22 June 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1567

The Healing Power of Holy Oil

Today, we're bringing you two Miracle Monday experiences that display the power of anointing. Enjoy!

Submitted by Brother Fred Bartuccio

As a young boy of about 8 or 9 years old, I used to get tonsillitis very often, so much so that I was scheduled for surgery. The surgery date had been set and canceled a few times because every time it was set, my tonsils would become infected, and they couldn't proceed.

I Can't Find Anything

Written by Sister Carmela Gray on Monday, 15 June 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1612

I Can't Find Anything

Just a reminder, this month's Miracle Monday theme is "anointing with oil." We hope this testimony by Sister Carmela Gray encourages you and increases your faith in God's healing power.

This account happened some 15 years ago or so. I had a mammogram on a Monday. Tuesday evening, I got a call from my doctor saying something showed up on the film, and he made an appointment for a biopsy on Thursday morning. He was very concerned.

Nothing to Shrug At

Written by Sister Brianne Gehly on Monday, 08 June 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1724

Nothing to Shrug At

We're continuing our June theme for Miracle Monday: anointing miracles. Today, we're sharing a testimony submitted by Sister Brianne Gehly.

The current job the Lord provided for me (see this blog article for the details) is a very physical job for a "short" woman. Although I may be a little on the short side, I consider myself a healthy and strong person, and I rarely get injured. My daily physical skills include cranking an X-ray machine into the back of a Chevy HHR, lifting heavy patients regularly, holding open doors while pushing and pulling heavy equipment, and dodging elderly people in wheelchairs.

Hey, It Works

Written by Brother Jerry Valenti on Monday, 01 June 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1722

Hey, It Works

Today is our first anointing-related Miracle Monday, and Brother Jerry Valenti submitted this testimony about the first time he ever anointed someone. Enjoy!

I was ordained into the ministry on September 7, 1986. The following weekend was our Area MBA Campout, which my wife Pat and I were planning to attend.

However, Pat had her four wisdom teeth extracted that Tuesday (at 9 a.m. — the receptionist said she was waiting all day to assign that appointment on 9/9 at 9!). Unfortunately, her recovery did not go as expected the next few days.

Bread of Heaven

Written by Sister Dianne Maddox on Monday, 25 May 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1872

Bread of Heaven

Today is our last communion-related Miracle Monday. A big thank you to Sister Dianne Maddox for sharing this one.

A few months ago on a Sunday morning at our branch in Lake Worth, Florida, another deaconess and I were confused over whose turn it was to bring the bread for communion that day. Neither of us had brought it.

As we stood in the kitchen of the church building, we looked at each other in panic and disbelief. The communion table was supposed to be set within the next 15 minutes. Within a few moments, a brother came into the kitchen and asked us what was wrong. We explained the situation.

Kasey the Kinderbot

Written by Brother Jerry Valenti on Tuesday, 19 May 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1682

Kasey the Kinderbot

My daughter Maria has a best friend — her toy robot Kasey the Kinderbot. Many a night in our house is filled with Kasey's beeps and boops and the sound of Maria singing along with Kasey.

I should point out that Maria is autistic and also mentally challenged, so even though she is now a teenager, she is very much like a child, and she still enjoys many of the same toys she's had since she was a small child, many of which — like Kasey — are no longer even sold in stores.

In the summer, Maria's favorite thing to do is to go in our swimming pool. She loves it so much that we have to remember to keep the back door locked or else she'll run outside and jump in the pool, clothes and all. One day last summer, we forgot to lock the door, and when I saw the door standing open, I knew where I would find Maria.

Miracles at the Communion Table

Written by Sister Teri-Lyn Tunno and Sister Lorraine Thomas on Monday, 18 May 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1694

Miracles at the Communion Table

Today, we've got two communion-themed Miracle Mondays for you!

Submitted by Sister Teri-Lyn Tunno on behalf of her branch

Brother Paul Palmieri: I have been a minister since 1967 and have passed communion many times, but on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015, I was blessed with a wonderful experience during communion.

Brother John Mark D'Antonio and I were at the communion table enjoying the Spirit of God and feeling His presence. We were talking about the precious blood of Christ, and I went to pick up the crucible of wine. As I went to lift it up, my hand fell back down. I ... could ... not ... lift ... it ... up.

Well Pleased

Written by Brother Darrell Rossi on Monday, 11 May 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1283

Well Pleased

Today's Miracle Monday is used by permission of the True Stories Publication Committee, and it's the experience of Brother Darrell Rossi. We actually don't have any more communion-related Miracle Mondays to publish for the rest of the month, so if you have one, please send it in ASAP!

His Blood Never Runs Short

Written by Sister Carolyn Griffith on Monday, 04 May 2015. Posted in Miracles Hits 1650

His Blood Never Runs Short

Today, we're kicking off our Miracle Monday theme for May: communion. Thank you, Sister Carolyn Griffith for sharing this most beautiful testimony!

Our branch, Forest Hills, Florida, was in the process of constructing a new church building. We were meeting in a rented facility, and our space for storing sacrament supplies was very limited.

One particular Sunday, as I was preparing the wine and bread for communion, I realized we didn't have very much wine and felt concerned there would not be enough. I felt if I could fill two full glasses of wine, there probably would be enough for the service. I was able to pour one glass full but the second glass only half.

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