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Weeping Statues – An Uncommon Miracle

This post is full of videos of weeping statues.  Some cry tears that have a fragrance with them–roses or other flowers.  Others cry oil or even blood.  While some might say this is demonic in some way as many of the statues that have miracle-tears are of Mary, Jesus’ mother,  I suggest another perspective.  Those who have statues of Mary do so because they venerate her in a place of honor as Jesus’ mother, and she is an integral part of their prayer life and relationship with God.  While Virgin Mary doesn’t play a role in my own prayers, God is kind and good and chooses to visit people in ways that speak to them, not in ways that always might speak to me.  As we enter this Christmas season, consider that all of us have been blessed in some way by Mary’s role in Jesus’ life, and that God may still choose to honor her by revealing His miracles to people through her in these days.  The purpose of this site is to look at and honor heavenly miracles wherever they may be found and whatever they might look like, even if it offends our own understanding of what we believe God will and will not do.  Watch the videos below with an open mind and see the wonders of God.

Virgin Mary Statues Weeps Fragrant Tears

 

While the video below speaks of “sanctioned” and “unsanctioned” miracles as decided by the Catholic Church, I personally believe that each of us must decide and discern individually what we believe is and is not God, and regardless of what the “sanctioning” from a church body says, we are to pray and ask God what He says about it.

Icons and Statues of Mary Crying

 

 

 

 

God’s Glory will appear upon you — Gold Dust Miracles

A phenomenon that has been happening for quite some time now is gold dust appearing on people as a sign of God’s glorious presence being with them.  It seems to have begun with sister Sylvania Machado of Brazil, and exploded further when she and Ruth Ward Heflin began to have meetings.  Ruth Heflin wrote a book Golden Glory that chronicles what God did in and through their midst and how He touched lives through this miracle.

The gold dust appears miraculously — most frequently during times of worship or prayer when hearts are focused on God’s splendor and majesty.

The gold dust appearing helps remind us of the spiritual truth that God is majestic and rich in spiritual blessings. We know God is with us and when the gold dust manifests itself, this truth is confirmed and our hearts soar in praise of our Royal King who created the universe and can create gold dust, gems, oil, or any other thing he wishes to give us a glimpse of his power and greatness.

The Prophet Isaiah prophesied the following words: “For behold, darkness will cover the earth And deep darkness the peoples; But the LORD will rise upon you And His glory will appear upon you.” (Isaiah 60:2)

Today, God’s glory truly is appearing upon people.

Let’s take a look at some video footage documenting some of these gold dust miracles…

In this video you can see piles of gold dust forming on Lucy Rael’s hands

 

In this video you will see members of a congregation showing the small diamonds and gold dust that are appearing during their worship services.

 

In this video you will see gold all over Joshua Mills.

 

Gold dust found on girl’s hands.

 

In this video you will see Patricia King talking about her experience with Joshua Mills who had an angel burst a ball of sapphire dust all over him.

Click the link to see the video.

After listening to an audio recording about God’s power, members of the congregation find gold dust in the pews of the church (skip to 7:50 to see the gold dust).

 

Keith and his friends had just come home from a church service where Keith had been preaching, when they noticed gold dust all over Keith and his clothing.

 

Gold dust is a sign of God’s majesty and glory present in our lives. Some people think it is strange that God would reveal his majesty in this way, but we should try to let God out of the box. He has every right to display his glory and reveal himself in whatever way he sees fit! The Bible tells us that gold will pave the streets of heaven. We think this is amazing, but if God wants to use gold to pave the streets who are we to tell him that he should use asphalt? When Moses and the elders of Israel went up Mount Sinai they came into the glorious presence of God and the pavement under their feet was made of sapphire. We should not insist that God does things our way. He doesn’t have to use cement and asphalt on his heavenly roads. He can use sapphire, gold, or whatever he chooses. He doesn’t have to use human means of communication. We like words. We like pictures. But if God wants to use gold and diamonds and gems to communicate with his children, then who are we to tell him that he is doing it wrong? Nothing is too difficult for God. We should not be surprised that he is making gold dust and gems appear out of thin air. All he has to do is speak and it is done. But we should praise him and love him for choosing extravagant and creative ways to reveal himself to us.

Have you seen a sign of God’s power and presence in your life? Tell us about it in the comments section…

Books about the Gold Dust Miracle:

Jewels Falling from Heaven in Puerto Rico

Jewels are materializing out of thin air in Puerto Rico. And there is more: Gold dust and oils are also mysteriously showing up.

 

These kinds of supernatural manifestations–gemstones, oil, and gold, have been reported all over the world. It is not uncommon to hear of a worshipper with oil oozing from their hands, feathers floating over their heads, or even gemstones and gold dust sprinkling a place of worship where the Holy Spirit and angels are given permission to do whatever they wish.

What is surprising about this humble little Puerto Rican church is the sheer volume of heavenly treasures showing up.

What this church is experiencing are creative miracles. For Creator God to do this is SO easy. He can and will do even greater things than this. He has a purpose in all of this. Here are a few possible messages he may be trying to convey to us through these signs and wonders:

  1. The gemstones may convey how precious we are to him. He manifests in our material world tokens of the value that he attributes to us in the spiritual world.
  2. The gemstones may indicate how valuable our worship is to him.
  3. He may be trying to teach us that we do not need to worry about material needs if only we have and rely on him. See Matthew 6:25-32 which tells us not to worry about material needs and concludes by saying, “Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”
  4. He may be trying to show his children that heaven is not so far away after all. We can enter the heavenly places and the things of heaven can enter our earthly realm. When we worship, a beautiful exchange takes place between heaven and earth. I will worship God with all my heart and let heaven fill my heart!
  5. Remember that the streets of heaven are made of gold. I bet the angels DO have a bunch of gold dust on their feet. Usually the gold dust does not transfer to our world but in this case God allowed it to happen as a sign to his people that angels are with them.

The video tells us that the bible on the pulpit is always turned to the end of Psalms and the beginning of Proverbs. That means that the last psalm would be visible to anyone who looked at the bible. This psalm is especially appropriate. Check it out:

“Praise the LORD.

Praise God in his sanctuary;
praise him in his mighty heavens.

Praise him for his acts of power;
praise him for his surpassing greatness.

Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet,
praise him with the harp and lyre,
praise him with tambourine and dancing,
praise him with the strings and flute,
praise him with the clash of cymbals,
praise him with resounding cymbals.

Let everything that has breath praise the LORD.

Praise the LORD.”