Author: Morris Cerullo, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 176, Publisher: Morris Cerullo World Evangelism, Inc, ISBN: 9781932579291

The Miracle Book by Morris Cerullo will reveal how God wants you to live in a rhythm of miracles. Dr. Cerullo will take you behind the scenes to share with you the stories of miracles he has experienced and will guide you to receiving your miracles. Chapter titles include" You Were Made for Miracles! Your Life Can Be Filled with Miracles! Take Your Eyes Off Your Circumstances! See Your Problems as Miracle Opportunities! Every Promise of God Contains the Seed for Your Miracle!

Author: Rachel Burchfield, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 240, Publisher: Charisma Media, ISBN: 9781621363057

DIV A practical guide to listening to the whispers, warnings, power, and presence of the Holy Spirit—and expecting the miraculous every day./div

Author: Angel Scere, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 72, Publisher: Fulton Books, Inc., ISBN: 9781638609308

Abandoned by her mother, Angel was sent to a village in a developing country in West Africa with very unfavorable conditions to live. She had a difficult time growing up. While trying to process her mother's attitude, her country was plunged into a deadly civil war, and she had to flee into exile for fear of losing her life. This sparked a series of events that caused her to experience excruciating pain and extreme hardship to the extent that she had to look on the dumpsite at some point for food, clothes, and other things. How does she overcome these obstacles?

Author: Todd Michael, Genre: Philosophy, Total Page: 192, Publisher: Penguin, ISBN: 9781440638510

This extraordinary new understanding of the biblical parable of the loaves and fishes reveals—within the original Greek text—twelve practical methods for living a life of meaning and miracles. In this uplifting work, Dr. Todd Michael meticulously retranslates the parable of the loaves and fishes, and makes an astonishing discovery: Below the surface—deep within the subtleties of the original Greek—lies a carefully hidden layer of information. Here, the actual technique of the miracle is revealed in the form of twelve precise and realistic steps to extraordinary living. Scholarly, inspiring, and amazingly consistent with contemporary metaphysical thought, The Twelve Conditions of a Miracle is essential reading if you want to work a transformation in your own life.

Author: John McCreedy, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 180, Publisher: Author House, ISBN: 9781491880388

I’m more convinced than ever that if you’re going to write a book it must come from deep inside you. I believe that’s so true regarding the writing of any good book, but particularly this volume. While my first published work “The Seer’s House” arrived in one single vision at 3 o’clock in the morning, my second endeavour “Miracle Dog; Miracle God” took a lot longer to emerge. For over ten years following my first publication, I was caught up in the mission field in Romania and literally didn’t have time to write a follow-up. Indeed, only after I’d returned from Romania and been separated from my best friend Snowbell, our Golden Retriever Labrador, did I really begin to accept that another book may be about to be birthed. I couldn’t shake off the writing of this book and so eventually I sat down and wrote it. Nevertheless, “Miracle Dog; Miracle God” hasn’t been the easiest manuscript to create for various reasons. Trying to keep to my subject matter what God the Father taught me about Himself through the love of a dog, when there was so much more to tell about our Romanian endeavours, hasn’t been straightforward. Writing each chapter as a parable was equally challenging, but in the end I think I’ve managed to produce what has been within me since 2008. Finally, the emotion I experienced writing about this remarkable little dog was quite unexpected. On numerous occasions I would have to literally down tools and shed tears, while at other times I laughed out loud and so enjoyed reminiscing about happier moments with Snowbell. My desire is that “Miracle Dog; Miracle God” will make you laugh and cry, yet also instruct you about the amazing unconditional love of God. After all, that’s exactly what happened to me when I was introduced to Snowbell, a beautiful gift from God to my life, if ever there was one.

Author: Zell Miller, Genre: History, Total Page: 193, Publisher: Stroud & Hall Publishers, ISBN: 9780979646201

A true story of the miraculous creation of a college in a remote mountain valley at the turn of the 19th century and the captivating characters who, with the grace of God, made it happen: The Methodist circuit rider, still in his 20s, who came into the valley on a mule, bringing only a dream and the fierce faith of an Old Testament prophet. The wise, resourceful, soft-spoken widow who breathed life into the infant school not once but twice. The wealthy Methodist laymen whose generosity for Christian education was so great that his kin sued him because they felt left out. The college president, a Shakespearean scholar, who was more at home on the farm with his britches rolled up and shirt tail flapping.

Author: Benedict Kiely, Genre: , Total Page: 264, Publisher: , ISBN: UOM:39015019233520

Author: Jeff Sanders, Genre: Self-Help, Total Page: 113, Publisher: Simon and Schuster, ISBN: 9781612435336

Begin your day the right way with this blueprint for maximizing productivity, perfecting your schedule, and making more time to enjoy life. The 5 A.M. Miracle is a resource guide for high-achievers. It provides a seven-step blueprint for anyone looking for a structured system that will hone their passions, clarify their big goals, and produce real, amazing results. Productivity coach Jeff Sanders is a big fan of early mornings. But his blueprint is about more than just waking up early. It’s about intentionality. In The 5 AM Miracle, Jeff breaks down an easy-to-follow system of healthy habits, daily routines, and productivity strategies. It’s more actionable content than you could possibly imagine. He then summarizes this multitude of ideas into a clear, thirty-day action plan.

Author: E. Keith Howick, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 258, Publisher: WindRiver Publishing, Inc., ISBN: 1886249008

The Life of Jesus the Messiah is a five-volume set that discusses the life of Jesus Christ topically. In volume 1, the miracles performed by Jesus are discussed. Their nature is explained and both the historical impact they had on the Jews living at the time of Jesus and their significance to us today is discussed. The volume's organization makes it an ideal resource for both students and instructors. The volume includes complete scriptural references to the King James Bible, footnotes, a complete index, and a scripture index allowing readers to quickly find relevant commentary.

Author: C. S. Lewis, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 304, Publisher: HarperCollins UK, ISBN: 9780007332298

‘The central miracle asserted by Christians is the Incarnation. They say that God became Man. Every other miracle prepares the way for this, or results from this.’