It's a Miracle: Real-Life Inspirational Stories Based on the Pax TV Series, It's a Miracle

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Richard Thomas
Random House Publishing Group, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 260 pages
Discover the power of miracles from the show that has touched America’s heart

If you’ve ever doubted, wished, or prayed for a miracle, here is the book to restore your faith and touch your soul. Richard Thomas, host of PAX TV’s successful series It’s a Miracle, has selected his favorite true stories of miracles that have happened in everyday life. You might call them astonishing coincidence, or answered prayers, or amazing acts of heroism...they’re all around us--and right here in these awe-inspiring pages.

Here are stories to celebrate: a man whose nightmares end after they help him save a woman’s life . . . a woman whose beloved dog was injured and lost during airline travel--and the psychic who brought them together again . . . orphaned best friends, separated in childhood, who rediscover each other years later when one walks into a restaurant and sits down at the counter--next to her long-lost friend.

From angel encounters to extraordinary animal stories, from amazing rescues to remarkable medical recoveries, these intriguing and inspiring true-life dramas will lift your spirits and give you hope and comfort when you need them most.

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"A miracle is always happening somewhere," says Thomas, and here the host of the titular PAX TV series collects almost 40 of the best examples from the show. With a structure similar to the ever ... Read full review

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I really enjoy the "it's a miracle" series. I read one story each night before going to bed, and each one is amazing. Read full review


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