When God Does Wonders assesses passages of Scripture to uncover the features of Old Testament scenes, showing sensitivity and insight of “what might have been.” The miracles described in these scenes happened in antiquity, but through Dr. Estevez’s physician’s compassion for the individuals involved, the incidents remain captivating and contemporary in the 21st century.
These narratives read like novels, shedding light and generating interest:
-The shame of Jonah’s anger;
-the depression of Elijah’s flight;
-the arrogance of Naaman;
-God’s protection of His servants in the personage of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego;
-and the terror of King Belsahzzar as God’s handwriting brings a frightening end to his festivities.
The author brings a fresh approach to these and other Old Testament miracles in the narrative enriched by his medical outlook and sensitivity to those who experienced those miracles firsthand.
Also by Roberto Estevez MD: A Physician Examines the Miracles of Jesus