Just about the time that some New Testament scholars have proven to their own satisfaction that there are no reliable accounts of miracles in Our Lord's ministry, there comes on the scene an ordained Baptist minister, Miss Kathryn Kuhlman, with twenty-one case histories of miracles that have happened within the Christian household today. Even though these miracles have happened under her leadership, she specifically disclaims of His Redeeming Son, and the Power of the Holy Ghost. She honors and cooperates with doctors of medicine, and makes no claim that hers is the only route to healing. She claims only that miracles have happened; that she can prove it, and that the circumstances of these miracles are worth careful analysis so that we might better understand how some people get sick, and what part the Christian religion can play in helping them get well. She promises healing to no one, for God moves according to His will, but these cases include metastasized cancer and neural degeneration. For easy verification, names, places and occasions are precisely given. This does not pretend to be a learned book. Rather, it is a fascinating volume of witness. These are good, human interest stories in their own right, but this book will have greatest appeal to those who rejoice in contemporary evidence of the power of God at work.