THE MESSAGE OF MIRACLES

AS THE FAITHFUL HUNGER FOR THEM, SCHOLARS RUSH TO DEBUNK AND TO DOUBT. CAN WE AFFORD TO BELIEVE?

Over the years, the Jernigan family in Raleigh, North Carolina, has tried to help friends cope with sorrow, with sickness, the death of a child, the draining of hope. They know what it's like to fall on their knees and scream in prayer, listening for an answer and hearing only an echo. But they will also talk about miracles and how they can happen, not just long ago but at any time. Their miracle is named Elizabeth.

What a problem, what a promise, miracles present to people of faith. These morsels of grace, offered by a merciful God willing to meddle...

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