God of Miracles
by Michael H. Brown
Does God really heal? Does He really watch over your life? Does He really cause all those fateful happenings and triumphant moments and coincidences that mystify us?
Michael Brown demonstrates that the clear answer is Yes! God is with us in ways we can hardly comprehend. He is closer than our shadows and wants the best for us. He wants to heal and fix the broken heart, the busted spirit. It takes action and holiness on our part and the living of several basic principles. In this book you will read about the remarkable way that miracles have occurred during natural calamities, including hurricane Katrina. You will see indications from the other side of the veil. You will see examples of extraordinary coincidences that prove beyond any skepticism that God can do whatever He wants whenever He wants and responds to us when we exhibit the characteristics of Jesus: Love, Patience and Humility. Read about cancer and AIDS patients who have survived beyond all odds about the strange way God can even connect people through the telephone. Learn about astounding signs and about those who have overcome the most intimidating and evil of circumstances through prayer and faith in dramatic settings. Problems in the family? Hurricanes? Earthquakes? There is nothing that is beyond The God of Miracles who only waits until we learn to call on Him.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Michael Brown is the best-selling author of The Final Hour, After Life, Secrets of the Eucharist, Prayer of the Warrior and Seven Days with Mary, to name but a few and he co-authored, with Josyp Terelya, the book Witness. Having a conversion experience in 1983, he has since visited 25 sites of alleged Marian apparitions around the World. Michael spent many months covering the world investigate the supernatural events that have been reported in the last century, most of which have occurred in the last 25 years. It was he, as an investigative journalist, who exposed the infamous Love Canal toxic waste crisis. Once a contributing editor to Science Digest, his work has appeared in periodicals such as Read's Digest, New York Magazine and The New York Times. He resides in Flordia. Paperback, 186 pages.