Real-life, firsthand stories of personal, modern-day miracles. Miracles still happen --Crushed under a 10,000-pound logging truck, Bruce Van Natta suddenly found himselffloating above the scene of a horrific accident. There were angels present at the scene.--Ron Pettey's brain surgeons knew that their patient was in crisis. As doctors worked tobring Ron back, Ron was already experiencing the trip of a lifetime in Heaven.--Surviving a jet crash but trapped in a burning inferno, Diana cried out, "Dear God, inJesus' name, please save me" over and over. Her life was in His hands.--Hardened atheist and police constable Roger Whipp was faced with a life or deathdecision--pray to God for his wife's healing or disconnect her life support. He chose to -pray, and miracles followed.--Working in a 110-bed mission hospital, Dr. James Rennie was faced with a terriblecircumstance--watch his young patient die an immensely painful death, or pray for amiracle in his operating room. He prayed and visually watched the Lord answer prayer.--Newborn baby Grace lay helplessly abandoned in an Ethiopian field with a noose tied tightly around her small neck.Would the wild animals hear her cry first, or would God?