I had an incredible experience, and a miracle, happen between June 2003 and March 2004. Way back in 2003, I went to a regular eye appointment, going by myself, which was unusual. My mom would usually go with me, but she had a guest that day, so on this occasion she didn't go with me. This turned out to be really significant.
The standard part of the eye examination was normal, so I didn't suspect anything. But then, later in the exam, Dr. Young started doing some extra measures, so I got nervous. I knew something was wrong. He didn't tell me, though, he just let me leave the exam room. But he told me that one of his nurses/technicians was going to call my mom. I walked home wearing some special sunglasses used for dilated eyes. All things considered, I was upset.
When the phone call came, Dr. Young's diagnosis was revealed: cataracts. The rest of that year my family was busy with special needs of my grandparents, so we didn't find an eye specialist before the end of the year. The following spring, in February 2004, I finally went to see an eye specialist recommended by a friend. This doctor examined me and didn't find any cataracts!
After the second doctor informed Dr. Young of this, he asked me to come in again so he could re-examine me. He, too, couldn't see cataracts any more! I was overwhelmed, to say the least. The cataracts had been taken away — healed! By God, of course! I had no doubt of that.
Another miracle, one of the biggest, most significant, is the Incarnation, which we celebrate in the same month as Hanukkah, in December. The Incarnation, God putting on human flesh, was explained by John 1:14 'The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son, Who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.'