Be The Miracle packs a big punch in the arm as it calls, challenges, and inspires the reader to action in simple everyday ways. It’s a window into the heartwarming, unexpected, and transforming experiences God has placed the author in. Each chapter is beautifully written and depicts a circumstance where God has beckoned her to minister to a specific person. Sometimes it is monetarily, sometimes words of comfort, and often to strangers, but all are miraculous in how God orchestrates the situation.
She describes very clear directions from Him at times and then some days she looks for opportunities to bless others. Actually, she always seeks to bless someone else, praying for potential participation in people’s lives as they cross her path. And that’s the key, she opens her eyes and ears to those around her as Jesus would.
At the end of each segment she adds scripture and offers ways the reader can adopt the method utilized in reaching out to others like she did.
Delores is an ordinary woman who has allowed God to use her in extraordinary circumstances to be the hands and feet of Christ. She tells how she was instrumental in preventing a man from committing suicide, how she drove miles to be in the right place at the right time to hand the exact amount of money to an old acquaintance.
Her faith in action has inspired me to change my safe, self-oriented day to include miracles from God. I look forward to re-reading this book as intended and doing the exercises she suggests. This stimulating writing ought to be in every Christians’ library. I will be giving Be the Miracle as gifts to my friends, family, and strangers!
My thanks to The Book Club Network and the author for giving me a copy for my honest review.