Miracles

A Drive to Remember

Written by Sister Cindy Henderson on Monday, 02 May 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1869

A Drive to Remember

For today's Miracle Monday, we're sharing a weather-related testimony from Sister Cindy Henderson.

When our family arrived one Sunday morning in Muncey, Canada, the saints there were surprised that we planned on staying for the service due to a snowstorm that had started. During Sunday school and the morning service, the snow increased.

After a quick lunch with the brothers and sisters — and a prayer for the journey — Brothers Pete Capone Sr. and John Buffa Sr. got in one car, and Brother Larry, our children, and I got in our car, and we headed home. For a short while, our cars followed one another, but then we each turned on the snow-covered highways toward our separate destinations.

Forecast Miracles

Written by Brother Mario Zaccagnini and Sister Teresa Pandone on Monday, 25 April 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1934

Forecast Miracles

We hope that you enjoyed the Psalm 19 Memory Challenge the past two weeks. Today, we're picking back up with Miracle Monday by bringing you two weather-related testimonies.

Submitted by Brother Mario Zaccagnini

It was a dark, moonless night in 1995, and it was raining very hard. A group of brothers, including myself, had just finished a project at the Inner City Branch in Detroit, Michigan, and we decided to drive home. Brother Gary Champine was behind the wheel of his cargo van; I was in the passenger seat; Brother Tim Capone sat in between us on a milk crate.

Carried Through the Storm

Written by Brother Larry Champine on Tuesday, 05 April 2016. Posted in Testimonies, Miracles Hits 2682

Carried Through the Storm

Today, we're sharing a bonus Miracle Monday that has elements of angels and weather, just like yesterday's! Thank you, Brother Larry Champine for submitting this one.

The Autumn of 2000 was a particularly challenging time for me. Along with the regular, daily concerns and demands of life, I was dealing with some very difficult situations related to my businesses, some issues in my extended family that needed careful resolution, and my many responsibilities in The Church, including my new role as the presiding elder of the large Detroit Branch #1.

Angels to the Rescue

Written by Sister Martha Gehly and Sister Carla King on Monday, 04 April 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1678

Angels to the Rescue

Today, we've got two miracles that involve last month's theme (angels in disguise) and this month's theme (weather). Enjoy!

Submitted by Sister Martha Gehly

My widowed mother, Sister Ethel Cadman, lived the last days of her life alone in an apartment in Greenville, PA. Each week she would traverse several blocks to get her hair washed and set.

Being battered by the wind on a blustery day as she walked home, an "angel" parked his car, walked up to her and said, "Young lady, you need some help." He guided her the remainder of the way and helped her inside the door of her building.

Heavenly Hospitality

Written by Sister Carrie Giovannone-Jordan on Monday, 28 March 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1872

Heavenly Hospitality

In 2004, I was struggling with a very serious illness affecting one of my daughters. At the time, she was also being tested for additional illnesses in addition to her initial diagnosis. As a parent, I became consumed with fear and worry. One day, I decided that I needed to take a break. I needed a significant span of quiet time to talk with the Lord.

My daughters stayed home with their father while I traveled west without a particular destination in mind, only a prayer that I would find a place where I could hear God's words without being interrupted by "life." I ended up at a small island in Lake Erie named Put-in-Bay.

Subways, Busses, Taxis, and ... Angels

Written by Brother Chuck Maddox Jr. on Monday, 21 March 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1668

Subways, Busses, Taxis, and ... Angels

Today's story of an angel-in-disguise comes from Brother Chuck Maddox Jr. Enjoy!

During my junior year of college, I spent a semester studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Although some schools had multiple people studying abroad in Argentina, I was the only person from my university to study in Buenos Aires; however, I knew God would go with me on this new journey.

I never liked staying at home. I was only in Buenos Aires for five months, and I wanted to make the most of my time. Whether I tried a new bakery, coffee shop, shopping mall, or museum, I always liked to explore. One morning, I decided to venture in my new town.

Don't Ever Forget

Written by Brother Paul A. Palmieri on Monday, 14 March 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1825

Don't Ever Forget

Today's Miracle Monday is by Brother Paul A. Palmieri, who describes an angelic visitor he encountered when he was just a teen. Bonus — it's a restoration testimony too!

I was given this experience many years ago, but it's still relevant today. It was the summer of 1984, and I had finished my sophomore year of college. I had a summer job at a rolling pan mill about 10 minutes from home in Aliquippa. College internships were very limited locally due to the economy.

I was returning from work in mid-summer when, by chance, I saw and picked up a hitchhiker along the side of the road. He was clean looking, and I had no fear when I asked him where he was headed, and he said downtown Aliquippa.

God's AAA (Angelic Automotive Assistance)

Written by Sister LuAnn Carson, Brother Joseph Bogle, Sister Linda Scolaro on Monday, 07 March 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1846

God's AAA (Angelic Automotive Assistance)

Today we're sharing three short testimonies about angels in disguise. There's another common theme with these — cars! Enjoy.

By Sister LuAnn Carson

When I was very young, my family moved to an Indian reservation in South Dakota to do missionary work. We traveled in an old station wagon for two hours on lonely roads to attend church. One Sunday, when we were leaving church, our car wouldn’t start. After several tries, my father got it started, but it would only lurch forward slowly.

A Dreamy Church Meeting

Written by Brother Chuck Maddox Jr. on Monday, 22 February 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1722

A Dreamy Church Meeting

There's nothing quite like the love of the saints when we meet together for church on Sunday. Today's Miracle Monday describes how Brother Chuck Maddox Jr. experienced that love even when he was a continent away.

In college, I studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina for a semester. While there, I took classes, tried new food, and traveled around the countryside; nevertheless, being away from the body of Christ for that long was difficult.

Witnessing on a Bus

Written by Brother Don Ross on Thursday, 18 February 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1697

Witnessing on a Bus

Today, we're sharing our second restoration testimony. This one was submitted by Brother Don Ross.

Several years ago, as I was leaving work from New York City, riding a commuter bus home to the New Brunswick, NJ area, I was reading the Book of Mormon. I was thoroughly engrossed in reading it.

A woman sitting next to me asked me, “What are you reading?” I answered, “The Book of Mormon?” She then asked, “What is it about?”

My Father, My Physician

Written by Sister Rebecca Martorana on Monday, 15 February 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 1763

My Father, My Physician

Today's Miracle Monday is a testimony of God's loving care submitted by Sister Rebecca Martorana.

Recently my throat was hurting and I wasn’t feeling well. After several days of suffering, I went to the doctor, who told me that he needed to take a throat culture to see if I had strep throat. I must admit that I instantly turned into a 5 year old, as taking a throat culture has always been difficult for me. We’ll, I struggled through him getting a swab of my throat, and the test came back negative for strep throat. He said it just must be a cold.

The Case of the Missing Fitbit

Written by Sister Ruth Batson on Monday, 08 February 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 2069

The Case of the Missing Fitbit

Today's Miracle Monday is from Sister Ruth Batson, and this remarkable lost-and-found testimony reminds us of how God lovingly takes care of even the smallest things in our lives — if we ask Him to!

Alma 34 teaches us to pray for ALL things. I learned what that truly meant after an experience that God gave me recently, and I would like to share it with you.

My daughters bought me a Fitbit for my birthday, and I wore it every day. I came home from work one day and realized that I didn’t have it on.

Long Lost

Written by Sister Linda Scolaro on Monday, 25 January 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 2442

Long Lost

Today's Miracle Monday is a testimony from Christmastime written by Sister Linda Scolaro.

It was Christmas Eve, and my husband and I were busy dividing and conquering, running errands, doing last-minute grocery shopping and spending a lot of time cooking for our Christmas dinner.

First, my husband misplaced his wedding band and college ring. He calmly said, “It will turn up.” At the end of the evening, I emptied my pockets, and my wedding band was gone as well. I slept uneasily, but I resolved that I would look for the ring after all of our Christmas festivities were over.

I Believe in Miracles

Written by Sister Teresa DeVincentis on Monday, 18 January 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 2588

I Believe in Miracles

Today's Miracle Monday is a testimony of healing by Sister Theresa DeVincentis. If you are in need of a physical healing today, please take heart. All things are possible with God.

In January 2014, I had a blister on my heel, which turned into a diabetic ulcer. I had surgery to remove it, and my doctor said it touched the bone. After two weeks it became infected, and I had to immediately go to the hospital to be put on IV antibiotics. A culture of the infection diagnosed it as MRSA. I was anointed, and a few days later the doctor said it was infected, but that it wasn't MRSA. I was referred to a vascular surgeon to see if blood was flowing to my foot, which it wasn't. After they determined which vein was blocked, I had three surgeries to open the vein, clean out the infection, and insert a PICC line and wound vac to promote healing. I was scared and concerned that I may lose my foot.

There Is Nothing Going On

Written by Sister Enza Pusillo on Monday, 11 January 2016. Posted in Miracles Hits 2649

There Is Nothing Going On

Like so many women, I am guilty of not always staying on top of my needs, allowing other things to take priority. So, with a 15-day trip to Italy planned in early October and being overdue for my normal yearly screenings with my OB/Gyn and general practitioner, I realized I had to be deliberate. Putting it off, returning home in late October and trying to play catch up with the holidays right in front of me was not going to work. So, I made all the necessary appointments in September.

My eyesight was also a concern, especially my left eye. I had not had them checked in four years, and I knew that my prescription eyeglasses needed updating. My last appointment was with the optometrist at the end of September.

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