Well, today, I want to write about miracles. Yesterday my daughters asked if miracles only happen in Bible times. I answered, "NO. Here's a real life story of a miracle."
Many years ago, when I was little girl, my parents didn't have enough money for groceries. My mother prayed and we went to the store anyway. Days in Barrow, Alaska are always cold and windy in Winter. This was no exception. As we walked to the store, the wind blew a hundred dollar bill in front of us. The bill landed in the snow and didn't continue flying in the wind. We picked it up and wondered how that happened. As good Christians, we reported it to the police, but they said, to keep it. They didn't have a way to find the owner, and we could definitely use it for necessities like food.
There were many ways that God has blessed me over the years. I may not have been rich in money, but when I needed help, there was always help to be found.
P. J. O'Rourke - "Drugs have taught an entire generation of Americans the metric system."
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