This collection includes the biblical miracles of Jesus among personal accounts of modern-day miracles, from the feeding of five thousand to the healing of the sick by faith, prayer, and priesthood blessing.
    Light comes through the clouds over a field


    A Wartime Miracle
    Statement by President Thomas S. Monson in the priesthood session on March 31, 2012.
    Calming the Tempest
    The disciples' faith is tested before Jesus calms the stormy sea. Mark 4:37–40
    For God So Loved the World
    Give thanks for the Lord Jesus Christ: His life, His atoning sacrifice, and His Resurrection. John 3:16
    Has the Day of Miracles Ceased?
    Elder Hallstrom teaches about different kinds of miracles and testifies of the spiritual miracles that we can all receive through the gospel.
    Idaho Falls Community Sees Miracles as They Serve
    At the Idaho Falls Humanitarian Center, people like you dedicate their time and talents to helping others each week. While making quilts, toys, and crochet bereavement outfits for babies, the volunteers themselves feel loved and lifted.
    It's a Miracle
    Quote given by Elder Neil L. Andersen in the Sunday morning session on April 7, 2013.
    It's a Miracle
    We are witnessing the miracles of the Lord as His gospel is spreading across the world.
    Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind
    On the Sabbath day, Jesus heals a man born blind. John 9:1–41
    (Mark 1:23; 2:12) President Harold B. Lee says the greatest miracles today are "the healing of sick souls."
    Miracles Can Occur
    President Thomas S. Monson invites Church members to pray and exercise faith that we can share the gospel message in all areas of the world.
    The Feeding of the 5,000
    Jesus provides a meal for 5,000 people with only five loaves of bread and two fishes. Matthew 14:13–21
    Two Brothers Two: Miracles and Making a Difference - Episode 10
    Sam searches for a way to help his Chilean friend Luciano, who lost his leg and arm after a terrible accident.
    Wherefore Didst Thou Doubt?
    Jesus walks on water and bids Peter to come unto Him. Matthew 14:25–33