At some time or another, nearly everyone needs a miracle. Failing health, financial difficulties, deteriorating relationships all are problems that make people cry out for divine intervention. But while Scripture offers numerous examples of God performing miracles for ancient generations from Moses and the burning bush to the loaves and fishes that fed 5,000 does He still do it in the 21st century? Author Calvin Miller investigates, delving into the Scriptures and drawing on modern testimonials to find the answer. He examines the Bible's most famous miracles from the Virgin Birth to the Resurrection of Christ, analyzes the discrepancy between science and miracle, and explores such perplexing questions as why God chooses to intervene on some occasions but not on others. By illuminating God's patterns, Miller reaches a conclusion that offers a tremendous source of faith and inspiration: Yes, God breaks His natural laws to bless mankind with His mercy, compassion, and love.