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I Loved This Movie And Didn’t Know This Truth About It Till The End

Do you add something to your to-watch or to-read list and keep procrastinating on it for months?

I have had this movie added to My List on Netflix for more than a year now.

I finally watched it and instantly regretted not watching it sooner.

'I loved it' is an understatement.

Having recently published a book discussing God's miracles in life, I connected even more with this movie.

So, maybe we get to see or read even books and movies when we connect a lot more with them.

That movie is Miracles From Heaven.

It's one of the few movies that I have most and one among those that give me goosebumps.

I am not a fan of watching movies and I had no clue this was based on a book. I am more into self-help books anyway, so I wouldn't have read it, considering it as some fiction.

Glad that I watched the movie and got to know this truth in the end.

Just when I was about to shut it off, I read on the screen 'Real Dad'. Wait, what?!

It was hard to believe that it is based on a real-life incident of a girl named Annabella.

Miracles From Heaven is about a little girl Annabelle who suffers from an incurable chronic disease. Her mother fights with keeping faith in God amidst all the trouble while Annabelle stays firm in her faith.

The climax is worth every second spent watching the movie.

I could quote so many dialogues from it but in our some of my favourites:

"Let me tell you, at the lowest points of my life, I've tried it both ways: doing everything I can to connect with God, or walking away. And in my experience, one feels a whole lot better than the other." -Pastor Scott

These were the most relatable words in the entire movie because I have been there, I have done that, and it led me to keep trusting God a little more each time I am troubled.

"It's alright, mom. Not everyone's gonna believe. And that's okay. They'll get there when they get there." -Anna Beam

We all follow different paths and will be led to God when it's our time, when it's best for us.

"Miracles are God. And God is forgiveness… Miracles are God's way of letting us know He's here." -Christy Beam

Would we believe in God if we didn't witness miracles that science fails to explain?

"I wasn't living my life as though everything is a miracle. I missed a lot. Miracles are everywhere." -Christy Beam

Indeed, miracles are everywhere.

If you landed on my blog out of nowhere and decided to stay for longer, you are a miracle for me.

Miracles are simple, miracles are subtle. All we need is faith to live life as though everything is a miracle.