posted on Aug, 8 2013 @ 12:27 AM
Originally posted by sparky31
a story where there is so many stories of the same incident that people start putting 2 and 2 together and coming up with 5,theres no proof and its
just another story blowing all out of proportion.
like when maybe someone being assaulted in your town,the time its came from top to bottom they have been murdered,you can,t believe what you,ve heard
till you know facts.
It sounds like you have never been witness to what can be attributed to "divine intervention". I, however, have. Here's just one of my stories (and
you can feel free to take it or what it is worth or dismiss it outright; both choices are your prerogative):
I was riding home from school as a Sophomore in high school with my two friends. The driver did not see that traffic on the freeway was stopped, and
we hit a stopped car at fifty five miles an hour. My fiend drove a truck, and while he and my other friend were wearing their seat belts, I was
sitting on the console between the two seats, minus a seat belt. Both of them suffered serious and multiple cuts to their faces, and I literally
barely slid forward and didn't have a single sign of being in a serious accident. The CHP officers on duty listened to our story multiple times, and
agreed that I should have been, by all rights, "pushing up daisies".
I remember the incident like it was yesterday, and recall the accident happening, watching it all unfold in slow motion. Everyone else involved in the
accident was hurt, but I walked away unscathed. Was I the only "believer" in the wreck? Well, I was the only one in the vehicle. The Bible is clear
that those who believe here and now have the supernatural protection and provision of the kingdom. I firmly believe that, in this specific instance,
there was an angelic intervention. Physics would say that I should have been dead. As far as I am concerned, angels said otherwise.
Again, take this specific story for what it is worth, but let's not lose sight of the fact that then inexplicable happens all the time.