Is anything too difficult for our God?
As children of God, we know that the Creator of the entire Universe can and will do that which He pleases.
The first miracle occurred in Magalia Pines in northern California on November 8.
The congregants were huddled together and praying as the raging inferno surrounded their church. As you will read, they emerged unscathed and the church was left standing.
‘We Were Totally Unscathed’: Pastor Recalls Miraculous Wildfire Survival Despite Church Group Being Surrounded By Raging Inferno
A Northern California pastor has recalled the dramatic moments he and a small group of his church members made a miraculous escape from the raging inferno that has gripped huge swathes of the West Coast state.
Doug Crowder, pastor of Magalia Pines Baptist Church, risked his life to save others as he gathered up 30 desperate residents and four church members, helping them take refuge at his church building. But as the group loaded up into a convoy of vehicles and attempted to escape the clutches of this monstrous fire, the whole place “exploded,” according to Pastor Crowder.
“We were in the driveway planning to leave,” he told Baptist Press, choked up with tears, “and the entire world erupted.”
“The woods exploded,” Crowder continued. “The Subway restaurant across the street exploded, and on all sides of us was fire.”
With nowhere to turn, the group sprinted back inside the church building, huddled together and prayed. With the roaring sound of flames ripping through buildings, and the deafening blast of propane canisters detonating at a neighboring hardware store, the group cried out to God for protection. And, quite simply, he answered.
Despite the fury of the wildfire, the church building remained unscathed, and the group huddled inside endured the entire night without suffering any injury whatsoever.
“We were totally unscathed — totally,” Crowder said, adding that “the fall leaves were still on the trees” on the church’s property.
Staggeringly, despite the entire town being leveled to the ground, the church remained standing. It will now become a beacon of hope as this small town community attempts to rebuild from the ashes.
“It will be years before it’s a town again,” Crowder said. “But all through that, our church will be standing and our church will be ministering.”
The “Camp Fire,” named after the origin of the blaze in Camp Creek, California, has become the deadliest in the state’s history. The statewide death toll has now risen to 44, according to the sheriff of Butte County. The Camp Fire has decimated more than 117,000 acres of Northern California, and has destroyed more than 7,000 structures, including 6,453 single-family residences, according to CNN.
In Southern California, an additional 57,000 structures are under threat as the Woolsey Fire continues to rage. The blaze has now scorched more than 93,000 acres, and has caused the death of two people. –source
Brethren, as children of God, we are so thankful to Him for this miracle. But this should not astound us.
“Fear not, for I am with you;
Be not dismayed, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you,
Yes, I will help you,
I will uphold you with My righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10).
Praise You, Father God!
The other miracle occurred in the Holy Land on November 12.
“My help comes from the Lord,
Who made heaven and earth.
He will not allow your foot to be moved;
He who keeps you will not slumber.
Behold, He who keeps Israel
Shall neither slumber nor sleep” (Psalm 121:2-4).
This story exemplifies this truth so beautifully!
Holy Land Miracle: About 50 IDF Soldiers are Alive Today Because of an Overt Miracle by the Hand of G-d in Israel
A miracle occurred tonight on the Gaza border. Hamas and other Palestinian terrorist organizations fired hundreds of rockets at Israel civilians in large population areas. However, this sensational event took place abutting the Israel-Gaza border.
An Arab-Israeli bus driver dropped off his cargo of 50 IDF soldiers and traveled a little further down the road to make a turn. While performing this maneuver, his bus was hit by a Cornet anti-tank missile fired from the Gaza Strip. The bus burst into flames and the driver managed to get out.
Tragically, a 19-year-old IDF soldier standing near the bus was injured by the blast. He was transferred to Soroka Hospital in Beersheba in critical condition. [Update: After two major operations, his condition has improved.]
Deeply shaken, the driver was barely able to speak. He did, however, manage to talk to a trauma specialist. “God loves the Jews. Minutes before my bus was hit, 50 Israeli soldiers de-boarded; they all would have died; it’s a miracle.”
The coming days have the potential to be very dark in Israel. A senior army officer, Lt. Col. M was killed in a cross-border Israeli action on Sunday. During that mission, a senior Hamas commander was also killed – presumably the excuse for such a massive escalation. source
We Love You Lord. We adore You.
We ask that You would keep Israel safe in Your hand in these last days.
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