Greatest Miracles on Earth

DVD Release: November 7, 2006
Greatest Miracles on Earth
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Synopsis

This unique DVD includes: Miracles of Love – With Jane Wester Anderson, Ken Gaub, Ranelle Wallace and Paul Robert Walker…this video is a testimony to the love of humanity and features inspirational accounts of the mysterious, surprising & transforming effects of love in our lives. Included are some of the most celebrated messages sent to mankind from a higher source. Miracle of Healing – With Paul Robert Walker, Rita Klaus, Andy Lakey and Vera Calandra… this video explores the mysteries of numerous healings throughout the world. It includes inspirational stories of people whose prayers are miraculously answered and details the stories of the French religious shrine at Lourdes, the mystic Italian monk called Padre Pio, a church in New Mexico said to have healing powers, and angel artist Andy Lakey. Miracles of Time and Faith – With Richard Abanes, Ken Gaub, Paul Robert Walker and Joan Wester Anderson… and announcing startling new evidence on the Shroud of Turin, this revealing video probes into the unknown and uncovers countless findings that can not be justified by modern science. Did the Blessed Virgin really appear in Fatima in 1917? Is she appearing today in Medjugorie? Can we come back from the dead? Plus, you’ll hear dramatic testimony that Guardian Angels do save our lives.

Dove Review

This DVD might inspire you to believe for a miracle of your own! Michael Wallis narrates and Paul Robert Walker, an author on a book about miracles, joins in and comments on various miracles over the years, many of which he helped substantiate.

The DVD focuses on three parts, Miracles of Love, Miracles of Healing, and Miracles of Time and Faith. In Miracles of Love, the statement is offered that a miracle is a window to heaven. A mother’s love cries out to God for an answer when her son is driving home in a snow storm and he is running several hours late. At the exact time she was praying, her son was being rescued by a tow truck driver after being stranded in a broken down car in freezing temperatures out in the middle of nowhere. The driver is not seen nor even his tracks spotted after the young man is taken to a friend’s place to spend the night.

In Miracles of Healing we learn that an eight-year-old girl diagnosed with a brain tumor was taken by her parents to Chimayo, New Mexico, a place known for miracles. She received prayer and after returning home had a new x-ray taken which revealed the tumor was gone. In Miracles of Time and Faith it is stated that three children in 1917 in Portugal spotted the Virgin Mary and spoke with her and that miracles have taken place ever since. It is up to the viewer to determine what he/she believes is scriptural but without question this DVD will inspire many to believe that all things are possible.

The DVD features much more including a piece on the Shroud of Turin and the amazing story of Ken Gaub, a traveling minister who found himself in Dayton, Ohio and was amazed when he walked by a ringing phone at a phone booth, picked it up and the caller on the line asked for him! You will have to see it to fully appreciate it. This wonderful DVD is remarkable and filled with hope and we award it our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: A prayer of "My God, my God! My leg is straight!"
Violence: A woman shares the story about the plane crash that almost claimed the lives of her husband and herself and how they survived the flames although she has had many operations for her burns.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A few comments about a "Christian mystic"named Padre Pio; claimed sightings of the Virgin Mary; talk of the Rosary; woman says she saw her unborn child in heaven before he was born; a few people share stories of death and a return to life and their belief in the afterlife.

Info

Company: VCI Entertainment
Writer: Christopher & Linda Lewis
Producer: Linda C. Lewis
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 147 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter