Miracles... what do you think? - Sunny Dawn Johnston

Miracles… what do you think?

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email
Share on print

This quote below got me thinking….
I LOVE it… Expect miracles… Believe that “they” can happen. Do you? I sure do.
I remember when I delivered my first son. I spent almost three weeks after his delivery in the hospital with a 106.3 degree temperature. One day the docs came in and told me I needed to sign my rights away to my newborn baby. They didn’t know what else to do for me. They had tried everything. Apparently, I hadn’t though.
As I laid in my bed, barely able to move I was in so much pain, I opened myself up to the help of the Angels.. Archangel Raphael to be specific. I opened my arms, I saw and felt this emerald energy move through me. I asked for help form my family and friends through prayers, love, energy…anything. I needed help.
The next morning I awoke to a “miracle”. That was the way the docs explained it to me anyway. Anything explainable, was a miracle. Anything unbelievable too. However, I knew what it was… trust and faith and belief and support and love and, of course, the Angels.
So, do I believe in MIRACLES? Absolutely. I just look at them as much more common. I have experienced them… many, many, many times. What about you???
Do you agree with this quote from Abraham?
There is no state of physical decline or damage that you could not recover from—none—not any, if you knew it… If you wanted it and knew that you could. And that’s those miracles that they talk about every day. They’re not miracles at all, they are the natural order of things. But because they are rare, people think they are miraculous. They’re not. That’s the way it is supposed to be. You’re supposed to thrive.
—Abraham
I’d love to hear the “miracles” that have happened in your life. Please share below in the comments section.
PLEASE share this blog by clicking the social media buttons below. Also, please share your comments below.. – SDJ
If you enjoy this blog, you can click here to receive it in your inbox each time a new one is published: https://sunnydawnjohnston.com/blog/subscribe-to-my-blog

Please share with your friends and community!

2 thoughts on “Miracles… what do you think?”

  1. In early November, 2014, I thought I’d pulled a muscle. I laid in bed for 1.5 days, so when I couldn’t keep food or water down, I asked a friend for a ride to an emergency service. They immediately sent me to a hospital via ambulance as I had a ruptured appendix. They removed the appendix & put me on antibiotics (5 different ones, 24/7). They finally removed the infection & sent me home 10 days later. Four days after being at home, I woke up to feel pain again, thinking it was an infection, I just called an ambulance. The hospital advised that a golf ball sized gallstone had broken free and torn up part of my small intestine. Of course, they removed the gallstone, gallbladder and sewed up the intestine Again, antibiotics (5 different ones, 24/7). I arrived home December 1 and have healed perfectly (except for scaring) and hair loss due to the antibiotics. I believe my gratitude prayers, my spirit guides/guardian angels and Archangel Raphael all worked miracles on my behalf to prevent two very serious infections from causing permanent damage or taking my life. By the way, my hair is growing back to it’s normal, very thick and healthy state. That, too, is a miracle.

  2. Miracles do happen. So blessed to have survived car accidents. Many close encounters and immediately said prayers, and all was okay. One had us slipping on icy pavement out in the countryside, and we ended up rolling over into a ditch, but we all managed to get out. Then, a truck came by and took our family and all the Christmas gifts and suitcases we’d packed for our trip, and had us join him in his vehicle, and drove us to our destination. He was so generous of his time, as it made him late for meeting up with his family. When trying to locate and thank this kind man, unable to locate him at all. When going to the town, they said no one there by that name. Everyone believes it was an angel who came to our rescue. As it was Christmas, I believed it was possible. Pray and your prayers are answered. Be joyful and celebrate love with everyone.

What Did You Think About This Blog Post?

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on email
Email
Recent Posts

Sign Up To Be Notified of My Next Blog Post in Your Inbox!

We're committed to your privacy. Sunny Dawn Johnston uses the information you provide to her to contact you about her relevant blog content. You may unsubscribe from these communications at any time. For more information, check out our privacy policy.

Follow Me

Scroll to Top