Sometimes, the only answer is an angel.
As a woman flees an abusive boyfriend, her gas tank on empty, money materializes in her empty purse. Millions of fireflies suddenly appear and offer guiding light to desperate refugees trying to find a path through a mountain storm. Two women strongly sense that a missionary priest, far away, needs prayer at the exact moment when he faces catastrophe.
These are just a few of the more than thirty true stories recounted in Angels and Wonders, a book that points readers to the spiritual realm for answers to otherwise inexplicable occurrences. For anyone inclined toward spirituality, each amazing story provides further proof of Gods heavenly care in difficult times; for those who arent sure if heaven really does intervene on earth, this book provides plenty of reasons for them to doubt their disbelief.
Joan Wester Anderson is the author of numerous books on angels, including the New York Times bestseller Where Angels Walk, In the Arms of Angels, Guardian Angels, Angels and Wonders, The Power of Miracles, and Where Miracles Happen. She has been a freelance writer and popular speaker for more than thirty years and is a frequest guest on radio and television talk shows. She and her husband live in Prospect Heights, Illinois. Visit her Web site at JoanWAnderson.com.