God Commendeth His Love Toward Us…Romans 5:8

I don’t know when I realized that God loved me. It seems as though I have always known and perhaps I have.

I have seen many miracles in my life. I still remember the day I talked to a Christian adoption agency about finding the son that God instructed me I was to find. The man I spoke to, less empathetic than I expected, told me that I was trying to find a needle in a haystack and give him a call once I found my son.

I still wish I had kept track of the man’s name and the agency he was with. I would have called him with great pleasure the day that I found the needle in the haystack: my son Andrew. (Probably best I didn’t – I might no have been very kind spirited)

Some say that there is no life after death, no miracles, no visitations from other than the mortal world.

I say that I have seen life exist apart from body, many miracles, and I have certainly witnessed visits from the realm outside of mortality.

I would also say that having witnessed a pre-mortal visit between myself and God; this world, despite its flaws and uncertainties, has great reason to celebrate and seek after our Creator and his son Jesus Christ. There is no mortal being capable of knowing, loving, and blessing us like God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost.

I can’t even begin to find words that encompass their perfection, love, and concern for us.

At this Easter season, I will take time to express gratitude for the many gifts that became mine and all of mankind’s because of the Atonement made by the Savior of the world. I hope you will find a moment to express your gratitude as well.

I hope you will enjoy today’s miracle story!:

Didn’t You See Him?

Denise Meyer almost lost her mother and her children on a lake in Wisconsin.

When the boat capsized, Meyer lost sight of her two children. God gave her uncommon strength to lift her 2-year-old son Tim out from under the boat. Miraculously, he had found a pocket of air, so the ninety seconds underwater did not drown him.

After Meyer’s mother found her 4-year-old daughter Emily and everyone was back safely ashore, the grandmother started having a heart attack. “Had the heart attack started when we were in the water, she would surely have drowned,” the witness wrote.

Even then, God still had another miracle to reveal. When Emily was underwater, she had seen a man no one else had noticed. “Grandma,” she exclaimed, “the man under the water! He grabbed my foot and put it in your hand!”

Jacobson said this story reminded him of Hebrews 13:2, where Paul urges Christians to be hospitable because some have entertained angels without knowing it. “If God’s going to let anybody see them, it’s going to be those who still have the faith of children,” Jacobson said.

Today’s story is shared from the following website: http://www.christianpost.com/news/modern-miracles-5-stories-for-bible-skeptics-from-its-a-god-thing-104832/

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