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Remarkable Incidents and Modern Miracles Through Prayer and Faith

By G. C. Bevington

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G.C. Bevington was a holiness Methodist itinerant preacher who was based in Kentucky but traveled far and wide across America in the 1920s. His penchant for praying for EVERYTHING made for this series of incredible testimonies. If these testimonies are true (and I can’t think of why a person would make this stuff up), then Christians are not spending enough time praying. The reason Bevington had so many breakthroughs and answered prayers, as found in this book, is because he took the Bible at its word that we are to “knock and keep on knocking, seek and keep on seeking” until God comes through (because, as Bevington’s testimony attests, amazingly God will come through with strong, persistent prayer). Story after story confirms this. Bevington’s many hours (at times, many days) of prayer and fasting, were quite pragmatic and dramatic in obtaining a breakthrough in a problem. Yes, Divine intervention was quite the norm when it came to Bevington and his deep pleadings and petitioning to the Lord. May this book be a blessing to you! Special thanks to LightByDesign.net, Northwest Nazarene University, and the Wesley Center online for their invaluable assistance in the production of these audiobooks. Theme music is "Wheels" by Jason Shaw.