This book will make you think. It will make the reader look at their own belief or disbelief in miracles and think about what makes it true. Mr. Stafford looks at many religions beliefs in a positive light in regards to miracles even when it differs from his own. I think this is a good book for anyone wanting to investigate miracles. It explores miracles with a lot of wisdom.
If a reader is looking for an inspirational book of miracle stories, this is not it. Although there are some instances of miracles cited, Miracles goes much deeper than simply telling tales. It offers discussion of miracles and their role in leading people to a deeper devotion to Jesus Christ.
Chapter 13, entitled “What We Know and How We Should Use It.” provides a list of affirmations about miracles and some guidelines to help the reader keep miracles from eclipsing devotion to God.
“Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” ~ John 20:29
Thanks to Bethany House Publishers for the complimentary copy of this book.