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God's Little Miracle Book II (God's Little Miracle Books 2) [Kindle Edition]

Sally Jadlow
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Book Description

God’s Little Miracle Book II is a collection of 27 inspiring true stories. Subjects include a United Airline pilot’s harrowing experience on 9/11, the healing of a mysterious brain disease, and an Alaskan sea rescue.

“In God’s Little Miracle Book II, Sally Jadlow documents those moments when God has taken her and her contributors from the natural to the supernatural to show that He is both loving and almighty. You will get to know this loving and magnificent God as you read these stories – and it will encourage you to expect God to break into your everyday life as well.”
Craig von Buseck - Ministries Director, and author of Praying the News by Regal Books

“Sally Jadlow's God’s Little Miracle Book II is full of true stories that are heartwarming and inspirational, and will help you see the miracles in your own life.”
Theresa Hupp, Whispering Prairie Press (publisher of Kansas City Voices literary magazine)

Sally Jadlow's writing style reflects the skill of a storyteller, as well as the heart of someone open to possibilities and able to recognize a miracle when she sees one.
Mary-Lane Kamberg, co-leader Kansas City Writers Group

Editorial Reviews

From the Author

After writing the first God's Little Miracle Book, many people shared their stories with me. Soon I had enough to fill another book. I so marvel at how God moves today in people's lives, just like in the book of Acts in the Bible.

About the Author

Sally Jadlow has authored a series entitled God's Little Miracle Book. She also has a historical fiction, The Late Sooner which is based on her great-grandfather's one-line-a-diary in the 1800s. Sally and her friend Ardythe Kolb created a 365 day devotional, Daily Walk with Jesus. All these works are available in paperback and e-reader.
She also serves as a writing teacher in the greater Kansas City area as well as a corporate chaplain.

Product Details

  • File Size: 313 KB
  • Print Length: 84 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Buoy Up Press (December 3, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,063,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars God's Little Miracle Book II February 16, 2012
Refreshing to read real life stories of the miracles that are all around us if we just look for them. Thank you Sally for putting these stories together for our enjoyment.I am sure many will now be more aware of the goodness of God.
I find the words coming to my mind in everyday situations . They can be quite comforting and encouraging. Books are such a blessing.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Prayers and Blessings February 6, 2012
By RJB1207
At the beginning of God's Little Miracle Book II, author Sally Jadlow writes "It is my hope and prayer that these stories will strengthen your faith, and that your life will be blessed by our awesome, Almighty God." The more than two dozen stories in this small volume, 86 pages, live up to her hope and prayer.

More than forty years ago I was told by a spiritual person that when you read a story, and it gives you chills, you know it's a true story. While that's hardly a criteria for believing what someone writes, I found several stories in Jadlow's book did produce chills. That's not to say any of the stories are not true, but rather that certain stories resonated more with me than did others.

The first story in the book gave me goose bumps. It's the story of an airline pilot in flight to Australia when the World Trade Center attack took place on 9/11, and six suspicious characters aboard his flight. I've re-read it several times and every time I got the chills.

Jadlow is a good storyteller. She uses an economy of words and doesn't burden readers with unnecessary background and description. She tells about an event, how she prayed for God's intervention or guidance, and how her prayers were answered. One story, "Danger on Waikiki Beach" is about her personal encounter with a mysterious surfer, whose words saved her and her five-year old daughter's lives.

Though it's a small volume, it isn't a book to plow through. It's better read slowly, taking the time to ponder each story and go deeper than just the words of the event. It's also a book that can help readers look for and recognize God working in his or her life.It Made a Difference to that One
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4.0 out of 5 stars Well written and enjoyable December 17, 2011
Not normally my preferred genre, I was drawn to purchase this book by the true story recounting events related to 9/11 that I was unaware of. I discovered that Al Qaeda's plans were much more devastating than most people are aware. Only intervention at multiple levels prevented a more widespread disaster. A gripping tale of how one of the plans unfolded and was prevented kicks off the book.

I kept reading because the stories lived through by or related to Ms. Jadlow are heart warming, inspiring and well written. I'm rating it 4 stars because of its well written and enjoyable stories. I'm sure true believers will all rate it a five.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An Inspiring Sequel February 28, 2012
By V Jules
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I purhased the second volume of Sally Jadlow's book as an e-book so it would be available to me wherever I went with my Kindel. Just as I enjoyed the first God's Little Miracle Book, this one did not disappoint. Sally has an easy style to read, and it is refreshing to see how God has quietly intervened in the lives of so many. I count this book as one to share with others!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Miracle January 26, 2013
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I've only read part of the book. It's very inspiring and one you can go back and read more of at a later point in time when you're feeling down and uninspired.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Challenging December 28, 2012
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Mrs. Jadlow's faith to believe for miracles is a challenge to others. Her short stories kept me spell-bound as I read one after the other. I've always believed in a God of Miracles, but often forget just how much He does want to be our source when we ask Him for help. What a faith building book! Love this and am anxious for book 3.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good inspiration August 16, 2012
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I enjoyed this book and it was inspiring to know that in all areas of life we can find miracles.
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More About the Author

Sally Jadlow teaches creative writing to adults and children. She also serves as a chaplain to corporations in the greater Kansas City area.

Poetry, historical fiction, devotions, and inspirational short stories are among her favorite writing genres. Her first book, Sonflower Seeds, won Best Book of Poetry in 2002 at the Oklahoma Writers Federation.

Her work has appeared in many Cup of Comfort books, Guidepost books, and literary journals such as Mid-America Poetry Review and Kansas City Voices Magazine.

Sally resides in Kansas City with her husband Vic. Her four children, their spouses, and fourteen grandchildren live nearby. Her website is

In November 2014 she completed her latest book, "The Late Sooner's Daughter," a sequel to the popular, "The Late Sooner."

"Looking Deeper" is her most recent devotional book. Even though it's in paperback, she said, "I've downloaded it to my phone and tablet so I have ready access to it whenever I need a quick boost. Looking at the original Greek and Hebrew words, brought out a new richness ordinary reading misses."

"Family Favorites from the Heartland: Recipes Sure to Please" is her collection of tried and true recipes collected for over 50 years. Whether you're an experienced cook or a new bride, these step-by-step instructions ensure success with each entry. Perhaps some of these recipes will become your family favorites also.

"Daily Walk with Jesus" is a 365 day devotional Sally wrote with her friend, Ardythe Kolb. These devotionals are written for the busy person on the go.

Sally also has a new edition to her miracle book series. "God's Little Miracle Book III" is now available on Amazon. Each God's Little Miracle Book contains 27 true inspirational short stories Sally has experienced over the past forty years.

Type in Sally Jadlow in the search bar at to see all her books. Her new blogs are and

After uncovering her great-grandfather's one-line-a-day diary in an antique chest, Sally conducted careful research for a year before she wrote "The Late Sooner". She artfully crafted the joys and struggles of the Deering family who homesteaded in the Oklahoma Territory in 1889. This book brings to light little-known facts about the famine of 1890. Roots and Branches, an imprint of Publishing, published this book in 2006. She often speaks to groups interested in writing family history.


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