Muskegon County resident Elizabeth Miller cannot argue the fact that God exists. "I know that God is with me, I know that He is always watching over me," States Miller in an interview.
A few months ago, Miller had to drop her infant child off to the day care providers house. She was in a hurry to get to work when the day care provider noticed that there was not nearly enough formula to last the entire work day.
"I didn't know what to do, the formula was at the baby's dad's house, and I didn't have enough money or time to get another can. I couldn't afford to be late to work. I just told the day care lady to feed her one bottle, and then give her regular milk and food. I had veggie snacks and fruit snacks, it would suffice through the day, but it is not nearly as good as the formula," Miller explained as she described her tough situation.
Miraculously Miller left the day care providers house, when she received a phone call. It was the day care lady. "She told me that God must love me because he sent the baby some formula. I wasn't sure what she was talking about. She told me that when she got the mail there was a package at the door for her. It was an entire can of my brand of formula. It was simply amazing! They say God doesn't perform miracles these days, but I have been fortunate enough to see the little things everyday."
Does God still perform miracles? If one were to ask Elizabeth Miller, she would answer most definitely yes. What do you think? Is the case of the infant formula a strange coincidence that happened by chance, or was it a miracle from God? Feel free to comment below.