Mary, Fatima, and Forgiveness

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A road trip led us to Marian shrines, the scent of roses, the power of the rosary, memories of Fatima, and seeing the unmistakable blue of our Blessed Mother Mary.

Miracle MomentMary, Fatima, and Forgiveness
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) attacked Bonnie Glick twelve years ago with a vengeance. “It felt like my Continue reading

Miracles Have Rules

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“I am the eye in the sky, the maker of Miracles Have Rulesrules. I can read your mind.”  The Alan Parsons Project song is back again. It reminds us that God knows our heart. He knows how much we love and forgive. We can’t get anything past Him. He is the Eye in the sky, watching over all. Continue reading

Eye in the Sky – BFL 138

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Eye in the SkyEye In the Sky

“I am the eye in the sky, the maker of rules. I can read your mind.” The Alan Parsons Project song is back again. It reminds us that God knows our heart. He knows how much we love and forgive. We can’t get anything past Him. He is the Eye in the sky, watching over all. Continue reading

God, the Plastic Surgeon

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Kristin, 5 days after surgeryBack in Episode 52, we heard Kristin Kristin, just a month since surgeryDawson talk about the reversal of her incredibly painful RSD. Just ten episodes later, five days after surgery, we hear Kristin explain how God is reshaping her entire face, plus other changes in her body that have stymied her doctors.

Miracle Moment – Suicidal Pain & Deformaties

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Doctors cannot reverse a horribly painful affliction Kristin Dawsonknown as RSD. Suicide is not uncommon among the afflicted because of the relentless pain. But add Kristin Dawson to the list of those who have shed this horrible disorder, thanks to God and the prayers of Dr. Issam Nemeh.

Miracle Moment – 2nd to Nun

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Sister Elizabeth AnnNuns don’t get any nicer than Sr. Elizabeth Ann. She is an angel. Her kindness is legendary. It’s no wonder why God healed a decade-long chronic back problem and then removed her need for glasses…that she had worn for 40 years – the thick kind!
This is another one of those stories where while Continue reading