Three incidents recounted in a mother's memoirs might move the reader to ask, "Was it coincidence, divine providence or a miracle?"
- One son rescheduled and took an earlier flight home causing him to miss an ill-fated flight that killed everyone on board.
- Another son hears and obeys the Holy Spirit's warning not to enter a specific door at a precise time. He subsequently canceled a meeting that would have placed him in the western section of the Pentagon on the morning of September 11, 2001.
- Bullets fired at close range somehow missed their intended target and extended the author's life for almost fifty years and counting.
All this and more will leave the reader asking if these incidents were purely coincidental, God's divine providence, or miracles. Read the story of Mary the Last, and you choose.