Chicken Soup for the Soul: Miracles and More

These true personal stories of angels, answered prayers, messages from heaven, miraculous healing and divine intervention will give you hope and deepen your faith.

Miracles happen every day to people from all walks of life. You’ll be inspired, comforted and amazed by these 101 stories, including:

  • Sheila, who suspected she was adopted, and then on vacation was randomly seated next to a fellow traveler who turned out to be her biological sister.
  • Tiffany, whose inner voice warned her to go home instead of seeking shelter from a rainstorm under a car dealer’s awning. The car dealership ended up being destroyed minutes later by a tornado.
  • Susan, whose daughter was on her way to buy drugs when she almost had a car accident. In a miraculous coincidence, the other driver turned out to be her Narcotics Anonymous sponsor, who then saved her.
  • Judee, who refused to remarry after a divorce, but then had a dream in which she envisioned herself walking down the aisle. Later, she met the same man and had the exact same wedding she had seen while asleep.
  • The U.S. soldier’s daughter in Germany who called her grandfather’s cell phone on 9/11 to make sure he was okay. This caused him to step out of the line to enter the Pentagon—moments before the airplane hit.

About the Author

Amy Newmark is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Chicken Soup for the Soul.

Chicken Soup for the Soul has been “changing lives one story at a time”® since 1993 with more than 250 books that provide hope, inspiration, and tips for a better life. Virtually every title becomes a self-help bestseller. Each book contains 101 true, personal stories submitted by ordinary people with extraordinary experiences to share. The topics are wide-ranging, but always inspirational and entertaining, covering everything from faith and spirituality to family, marriage, pets, and overcoming challenges of all kinds. Life values such as gratitude, forgiveness, mindfulness, positive thinking, and giving back are a big part of the series, with specific self-help books that help readers of all ages, from children to the elderly.