Joanie Hileman’s 32 Miracle Stories

Joanie Hileman was not a writer, but the Lord kept bugging her to write this book. Finally she did it. She gathered testimonies of God’s faithfulness in miracles and in loss from all over the state of Maine, it seems.

Miracles in the U.S.

I went to an amazing Global Awakening prayer conference just recently in Orlando. I and others laid hands on a woman and prayed for her back, injured in an accident. She pitched forward suddenly from the waist and then straightened. She had felt the vertebrae in her back realigning, she said. She could bend and twist without pain now. So cool. Thank you, God!

Miracles in Mozambique

So how would you feel if you, full of anger, helped beat a man to death and landed in jail for it. The next day the very same man that you beat to death appears at your jail, unscathed, credits Jesus, and says he is forgiving you and dropping all charges. Would you give your life to Jesus? This murderer did.

Ask, seek, knock

It’s a funny thing about miracles. You need to ask for them. If you don’t, they don’t happen. If you do, maybe they happen, maybe they don’t. It’s all up to God, whose ways are higher than our ways and whose thoughts are higher than our thoughts.

Prayer healed my back

I suffer from a back that occasionally goes “out,” meaning I bend in some direction, and things go sproing. With the help of a chiropractor it usually takes three or four weeks before I can feel normal again. This happens every couple of years.

Last fall, it happened again. I was bending over and twisting, and sproing, there it went. It hurt to move, but move I had to do to live my life. I went to the chiropractor, and she did some adjusting and so on, but it was going to be the usual recovery period, I could tell.

I met with my regular prayer partner, Jennifer. Jennifer and I often lay on a hand and pray for healing.

16 flood victims in Brazil raised from the dead

After three days, the Holy Spirit raised them from the dead. There were 16 of them, all victims of a flood in Brazil. Read the story!

Blind woman healed

This video documents the healing of a blind woman in Nigeria. Thank you, Lord!

Sense of smell restored

My sense of smell had been on the way out for maybe 20 years, and had finally totally absented itself for about three years. My mother had had the same problem. I just figured it was genetic and lived with it. Never thought to ask anyone to pray about it.

Miracles seem more prevalent in 3rd world: why?

Why does it seem that miracles are more prevalent in the third world? I have seen and experienced some here in America, but they don’t happen anywhere near as often as I ask for them.

Two blind men healed in Mozambique

It was the summer of 2006. A blind man, a Muslim, asked an American woman in Mozambique for money. She prayed for him, but he wasn’t healed. So she gave him some money and suggested he come to the church service on Sunday. He came and brought a friend, also blind, also Muslim.