On two different occasions, my gas tank was filled miraculously.
I was going through a rough time financially, and it really happened. The first time, I drove my daughter to the doctor with very little gas, unsure if we were going to make it all the way home or have to push the car. The gauge was almost on E when I went into the doctor's office. When we left the doctor's office, I glanced at my gauge to determine whether we were likely to be pushing the car, and the tank was full.
The second time, I had some appointments to keep as I was "trying" to sell insurance. I checked the gas gauge and it was almost empty. I had no idea how I was going to get gas to keep my appointments, but I just went on about my business of preparing. 45 minutes later, I went out to get into my car, and when I started the car, the gas gauge read full. No one was around either time who could have filled my gas tank, and it opens from inside.
One might think it was a problem with the gas gauge, but both times, the tank should have been empty based on previous usage. And the second time, I drove from North Houston to Seabrook area and many miles around that area on the tank of gas, so it was real. Not only that, but at the end of the day, after keeping my appointments, I drove from Seabrook to my home in North Houston on the 1/8 of a tank of gas that was left. My car doesn't get that kind of gas mileage.
I haven't been able to recreate these occurrences. I think that's because they weren't intended to be an easy way for me to fill my gas tank, but an assurance that divine help is available to us all.