Some things are simply inexplicable. Things that make us sit back and say, “Wow! That was awesome!”
A rainbow appears in the sky after a tragic event or loss. We saw this happen in February following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
— Brittany Carloni (@CarloniBrittany) February 26, 2018
An image such as this one makes you step back and think for a moment. It makes you pause and wonder if the old saying, “God is in the details,” is really true.
This isn’t the first time a rainbow has appeared after an event like this one, either. Nor is it the first time God has seemed to make his presence known when it’s most needed.
We hear all sorts of stories about how God has shown himself to those who believe in him. It can happen anywhere, too.
At home. At a bus stop. Or even at a doctor appointment. Take this couple’s ultrasound photo from 2017. Notice anything unusual?
The couple who originally posted this photo said they felt like Jesus was there, just to the left, watching over their unborn baby.
A coincidence or a sign from above? There are too many occurrences such as these to throw the idea of God out the window.
Not quite convinced yet? What about the following video shared by Keith Barthold? In 2017, his son was being baptized at the local pool.
The person behind the camera has a great view of the baptism, as well as a view of the highway just beyond the area.
Though the clip is brief, you can’t help but be stunned by what passes by in the background just before Keith’s son, Landon, is dipped into the water.
Wow! What are the odds that a truck with the name of “Jesus” painted in bright bold letters would pass by at that exact moment?
Call it a coincidence, but I like to think of it as a blessing. Whatever your faith is, there’s no denying the family couldn’t have planned better timing for this one.
Or, perhaps, it wasn’t the family’s timing at all. Maybe, just maybe, there was someone else behind the scenes, just waiting to implement His perfect timing, at just the right moment.
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