Big or small, miracles can happen. People who have experienced something miraculous are usually left speechless, astounded, and believing in their hearts that what they felt or saw was more than just coincidence.
Peter Bilello, originally from Sicily, was working in America back in the early 1960s. During a trip back home, Peter’s mother introduced him to a young woman named Grace and suggested they get married.
Following his mother’s advice Peter did just that and the newly married couple moved overseas to settle down in Harford, Connecticut. The happy couple was blessed with two children and eventually four grandchildren – life was wonderful…
After a lifetime together, Peter came up with a cute way of symbolizing their deep love for one another. He signed his name on a one dollar bill and Grace signed her name on another bill.
Peter explained in an interview with WTNH News, “Then I put them in my wallet. And I said, ‘These dollars are going to be in my wallet forever.'”
Five years later, Peter spent the two bills by mistake. He shared, “I feel so mad, I feel sorry. I said, ‘I was never going to see those two dollars back again.'”
Sadly, just a few short months after celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, Grace lost a battle to breast cancer. The love of his life had passed away and Peter was left alone and heartbroken.
However, just seven months after Grace’s passing, Peter experienced a miracle – a miracle he very much needed. Visiting a local restaurant with his granddaughter one day, Peter was handed a reminder that Grace was still with him – a reminder which literally took his breath away!
Peter could not believe what he received when he stopped at a local eatery. He was flabbergasted!
He even went to the cemetery to tell his wife Grace what had happened. He knew it was a message from her.
Watch below to learn of Peter’s real-life miracle: