God’s Miracles

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Synopsis

Miraculous occurrences happen to people throughout the world every day. But are they miracles, or just happenstance?

Dove Review

God’s Miracles is a fantastic documentary chronicling several cases of miracles, including one that happened to celebrity and actor Erik Estrada while making the TV series C.H.I.P.S. Hosted by Bryant Gumbel, one of the stories featured is that of a little boy who survived a car accident that took the life of his mother. But the way he is discovered, off a road and hidden away in the car, is quite astounding. Other examples include a man that became a quadriplegic whose only hope was prayer. After he prays for a miracle—admitting he used to be angry about his accident—he discovers that God is a miracle-working God. He suddenly shows great improvement after prayer and then experiences a complete and unexplainable and total recovery. One woman, among many, is healed at a Benny Hinn crusade after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease. One doctor thinks that one day a scientific answer might be discovered for the prayers being answered, but even he can’t deny that prayer to God works. One little boy mentions seeing the “angels of Jesus”.

This wonderful DVD features several examples of miracles and will boost the viewer’s hope and faith simply by watching and experiencing it. We award our Dove Seal for All Ages to the film.

Content Description

Faith: Strong examples of people showing faith and believing in Jesus and angels.
Integrity: People display integrity in sharing their miracles.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: The mention of a car accident that claimed a woman's life.
Drugs: The mention of drugs as used in helping patients.
Nudity: A shirtless man is seen in a re-enactment scene.
Other: One doctor admits prayers are answered but still thinks science will eventually explain why.

Info

Company: Questar Inc.
Director: Michael Bouson
Producer: Michael Bouson
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 120 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Bryant Gumbel
Reviewer: Ed C