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This amazing true story of one man's journey through horrific pain, radical surgeries, never ending recoveries, set back after setback while keeping a meticulous journal provides a true look into one man's life as the greatest fears we can face occur. His endurance through this journey with the penetrating daily diaries gives readers an amazing insight into this modern account of a modern Job. This is an impossible miracle, yet with God all things are possible as the proof is forever here of a modern medical miracle
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The Story that Began my own Journey into the Supernatural Jul 3, 2008
Here's my endorsement found inside the book:
"It was William's miraculous story that began my own journey into the supernatural. The details and documentation in his book are utterly overwhelming. The Impossible Miracle will amaze and inspire both skeptics and believers."
(Joshua Tongol, apologetics speaker and youth minister, Biola University B.A. in biblical studies)
I first met Willie (Mr. Bee) on April 10, 2006 when he guest spoke at Biola University concerning his miraculous healing. I will never forget that day.
At that point in my life I was somewhat skeptical of claims made concerning modern day miracles. Growing up I was raised a Pentecostal with a strong influence by the Word of Faith movement. Unfortunately, I had many bad experiences and eventually abandoned my Pentecostal beliefs. Then I became a cessationist at one point but later realized that this position was untenable in light of Scripture. Not too long after, I then became what many Evangelicals call "open-but-cautious." In retrospect, I must admit that I was actually more cautious than open and basically a cessationist in practice. I realized that being "open" didn't mean anything except I still didn't believe. Jesus doesn't tell us to be "open" to Him. He tells us to believe. And once someone believes, it is demonstrated through action. Thus, being "open" didn't get me anywhere.
Then I met Willie. His testimony was powerful. Although I was naturally skeptical of claims of miracles at that time (maybe a little too skeptical), however, for some reason, as Willie was sharing his testimony, it was difficult to disprove his miraculous healing. There was too much evidence that could not easily be dismissed. He wasn't a very emotional guy as he spoke and it seemed as though he let the evidence do a lot of the persuading. He didn't seem weird at all but rather very sincere; and it didn't look like he had any agenda but to testify about the love and power of God.
I've heard Willie share his testimony numerous times but this book "fills in the blanks," so to speak. After reading the manuscript I then realized that his condition was actually a lot worse than I had previously thought. He is a true example of a modern day Job.
In addition, he not only gives a written account of his journey, but he also provides pictures of himself before and after his healing along with the medical evidence (e.g., x-rays, chart notes, etc.) to validate his claims.
You'll get a glimpse into a man's life who has truly experienced horrific pain and agony. But you will also get a glimpse into man's life who has experienced the power of Kingdom of God that is available today.
As for me, I am now a continuationist (i.e., someone who believes that miracles are for today) and the Lord has taken me on a journey where I can now say that we, as Christians, can live naturally supernatural lives.
Enough about me. Read his book. You won't regret it.