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Debra L. Stout authored Continued Miracles to give hope. The many stories from a variety of diverse people concerning their personal miracles will instill hope. Debra takes the book beyond these stories and shares guidelines as the reader seeks their own miracle. To quote Nancy from the book, “God is always giving us small miracles. We just need to recognize them.” I think this quotation sums up this book perfectly. It is not that God is not doing miracles; it is we don’t look for them, so we don’t see them. From addiction to cancer, from runaway dogs to runaway children, this book shows miracle after miracle. Besides all the miracle stories, Debra gives 7 keys to seeing your own miracle. If you don’t believe in miracles, you will by the time you finish reading. If you already believe in miracles, you will rejoice in them and be encouraged.
Debra L. Stout is an encourager and she provides this service for others in her book Continued Miracles. This book is written to inspire everyone to have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and see God’s hand at work. He gives miracles daily, but we have to be in the right position with Him to see them. Debra writes about many miracles with compassion and concern so that others may grow close to the God of miracles. She writes without being preachy and inspires those who read her words. God did the miracles and Debra is just the secretary that records the events and makes them known. Her love for the Savior shines through each page. Read Continued Miracles and be greatly encouraged by these amazing true stories.