Three female college students were rewarded at the top of Dreamy Draw Mountain. It may not have been for their faith, but one might certainly say they were blessed.
Allisa Miller, Jen Vickman, and Kassi Sanchez were not having a great day. They had slept through their alarm. They were tired before they even started the hike.
According to Miller, "It was one of those days where as soon as you wake up, nothing really goes as planned."
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The girls persevered. Miller described it as "something [they] had to do almost, forced fun."
So they climbed up. But soon enough they saw something. Miller described it:
"We just see a silhouette of this man, it looks like he has long hair and he's in a robe."
Vickman added that when she looked up, she jokingly suggested that "it looks like Jesus" to her friends.
The man stood in plain sight "on the top of the mountain." He did not deter the young girls who continued their path.
By the time they got to the top, the man "was just gone." But something else remained.
The girls noticed an enveloped tucked in some rocks nearby. The first question was written was:
"Do you believe in angels?"
With that, they opened the envelope and were taken aback by what was there.
Along with a note of a story from a man of faith, there were gifts.
"In it were three $100 bills and there are three of us," explained Miller.
At the bottom, someone had signed the letter "J." Miller said, "it was like a miracle like the Lord just speaking to [them]."
The girls claimed they had not spent the money. They believe it held a higher meaning and purpose.
They also believe their story should be shared so others can be reminded of the good in the world.
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Another miracle on a mountain is found in Elks Camp Moore. There they created the Miracle on the Mountain Mural.
The project showcased the names of those contributors who have made the special-ed camp such a success.
Meanwhile, a Puerto Rican star added his Jesus sighting to the long list.
Carlos Ponce discerned a face in his driveway that looked like Jesus.
He broke off the piece and shared it on social media where it went viral.