Miracles of Our Lord

by George MacDonald


Miracles of Our Lord approaches miracles as a tool to not only exercise our faith but also to know and better understand God, the Father. The author, George Mac Donald, understands the amount of faith one must have to believe the miracles Jesus did here on earth. MacDonald is upfront about the doubts some would have regarding the reality of miracles but challenges his readers to think what God would be like if He couldn't perform miracles. MacDonald also understands that mystery abounds in miracles, starting with God's first miracle, Creation. If you are a Christian, this book will strengthen your understanding of the role and significance of miracles. If you are not a Christian, you will probably find ways to discount the importance or even reality of miracles, but please read the content with an open mind.

Wailand Groenendyk
CCEL Staff Writer

About George MacDonald

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Picture of George MacDonald
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Born: December 10, 1824
Died: September 18, 1905
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