About the Book
Book: Miracles in the Middle
Author: Debbie Milam
Genre: Christian Living, Inspirational
Release date: December 8, 2021
Do you need a miracle? You are not alone.
Some seasons of life can be so difficult. You may be in the middle of uncertainty, loss, grief, or anxiety.
You and your loved ones may be in the middle of chronic illness, financial issues, relationship struggles.
Whatever you’re struggling with, God knows.
And in the middle of your circumstances, God is there and He’s still creating miracles.
Miracles in the middle of fear.
Miracles in the middle of grief.
Miracles in the middle of unwellness.
Miracles in the middle of relationship struggles.
Miracles in the middle of suffering.
Most people talk about seeing God’s miracles when they have a breakthrough, receive healing, are freed from an addiction, or are victorious on the mountaintop. But what about the miracles that happen in the valley, in the middle of your storm, to in your difficult situation?
That’s where God does extraordinary work. That’s where God’s greatness amazes us when we need it the most.
In my newest book, Miracles in the Middle: I invite you to witness the astonishing miracles that happen in both seasons of blessings and in the depth of suffering. These true stories of God’s presence, power and love will reignite hope and help you develop a deeper intimacy with the Lord.
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About the Author
Debbie Milam is an award-winning occupational therapist, author and past syndicated columnist for United Press International’s Religion and Spirituality Division.
She is the author of Miracles in the Middle, Overtaken by Grace, And God Said and Lord Show Me You Are Here.
Debbie’s ground-breaking work has been featured in First for Women, the Miami Herald, Elle, and Ladies Home Journal, and on the Hallmark Channel, PBS, and WebMD.
Through her 501(c)3 Grace Love Well Foundation, her mission is to inspire people to the beauty, love, power, and presence of God. As an organization we have donated thousands of books to churches, missions work, prisons, pastoral counselors and prayer teams.
For more resources to deepen your intimacy with God and find peace in His presence, visit us online at gracelovewell.org or YouTube/Debbie Milam
More from Debbie
January of 2020, I began a journey of catastrophic health issues as I faced four life-threatening infections, including COVID, which led to being placed on Hospice care. While facing my mortality, I cried out to God and experienced one miracle after another.
Although my body was growing weaker and weaker, my faith, relationship with God, and desire to bring hope to others grew stronger and stronger. While battling severe health issues, I was able to publish this book by God’s grace and a great publishing team.
So many Christians are battling hopelessness, anxiety, and overwhelm. I understand all these feelings and I invite readers to witness the astonishing miracles that happen in both seasons of blessings and the depth of suffering. My true stories of God’s presence, power, and love will reignite hope and help readers develop a deeper intimacy with the Lord.
This book made a very important statement during the introduction that I found to be very helpful. We hear people say all the time , “Why did God allow this to happen?” The author answers that question with great compassion. She says , “I don’t believe that God caused these catastrophes, but I do believe He allowed them because He knew the good that would come out of these circumstances.” I loved her statement and have experienced tragedies in my own life that made me question God. I didn’t know at the time that God already had a plan to turn what was meant for bad into good.
The author’s story of how she came to know Christ and have a deep relationship with Him is very inspiring. Never underestimate the power of prayer. It warmed my heart as she walked into the Bible study and was welcomed by ladies who had prayed with her sister-in-law for her salvation fourteen years ago. God is so good and this is a great example of never giving up when you are praying for someone.
The book is filled with uplifting stories that showed how God gives us divine appointments and does things we can only be in awe of. I loved the chapter about the young mother and baby at church. Her obedience to God to give her last twenty dollars turned into a miracle for her. God blessed her abundantly more than she thought possible. I love how the author encourages us to be His hands and feet and look for those moments where you can pray with someone. As you pray God will show you what He has planned for you. The author not only prayed for the woman but was prompted to take her shopping. The woman experienced a true miracle that day.
This would be a great book to gift to someone who may be struggling and needs an uplifting message. I decided that I would use this book as a devotional for each day. What better way to get excused about God then to read miracles that He has done. I loved when the author said, “He gives us free will out of love, because love without freedom is control.” We chose who we want to serve and who we want to follow. God doesn’t force us to do anything because He loves us.
I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.
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To celebrate her tour, Debbie is giving away the grand prize of a $50 Amazon gift card!!
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Thank you so much for your exquisite and very detailed review of my book. I am so grateful that it touched your heart. May you and your loved ones experience the sweetest blessings of Christ in every area of your life. In Jesus nameReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind words. As you can tell,your book left a big impact on me.Delete
I am so grateful what the Lord poured through me touched you deeply. You may enjoy my website gracelovewell.org, lots of resources to draw nearer to God.Delete
Thank you for the review. Sounds like a good read.ReplyDelete
Hi thanks for your kind words I hope you get a chance to read it. God bless you and your loved onesDelete
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Debbie, Miracles in the Middle has a lovely cover and the book sounds like a wonderful read! Thanks for sharing it with me! Thanks, Texas Book-aholic, for sharing your review! Have a sunshiny day!ReplyDelete
Hi, Thank you so much for your beautiful words. May God bless you and your loved ones. I hope you get a chance to read itDelete
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Hi, Nice to meet you great question. For me I usually write after I have my quiet time with the Lord in prayer and Bible meditation. When I do feel stuck I pray and ask the Lord what my next right step is and many times it’s go for a walk, take a bath and fresh ideas start to percolate when I’m not focused on that I’m in a writing slump. I hope this helps praying for you and your loved ones.Delete
Thank you for sharing your wonderful review of Miracles in the Middle, this sounds like an inspirational readReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your kind words. I hope you get a chance to read the book. Blessings to you and your loved onesReplyDelete
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