Grace Ministries Church made arrangements to clear some rock on the land next door to create more parking. According to a May 11 report in the Right Scoop, the blast nearly became a demolition job as a huge boulder broke loose and rolled toward the church building. But God had other plans. Through divine intervention, the immense rock stopped inches from the church.
"If it rolled another 12 inches, it would have gone right through the building. The boulder was probably 20 tons." Pastor Rick LeClair via Right Scoop
Grace Ministries feeds thousands from food pantry
Grace Ministries Church located on Main Street in Saugus, MA, feeds thousands of people from the food pantry at the church. As an excavation company cleared the land next door, the huge boulder broke free and rushed toward that pantry wall. In an instant, it could have all been destroyed if not for divine intervention.
Pastor LeClair stood across the street watching the explosion. When he saw that huge boulder break free he said, "I was thinking the church was going to get wrecked, but I had this peace about me where it really wasn't going to get wrecked. And it didn't."
The invisible world exists
Pastor LeClair appeared on Fox and Friends to talk about the incident and said, "The invisible word is a world that exists to me. As a Christian we see the invisible by faith." He believes the boulder was stopped by divine intervention. He said, "The Lord just kinda said, 'That's enough.'"
It the big rock had smashed through the wall and through the building, LeClair says, "It would have probably closed us down, but it didn't." Instead, the church was spared by divine intervention. Along with the food pantry, the church also has a women's ministry, motorcycle ministry, a hospital visitation ministry, missions outreach, along with regular church services, Bible Study, and related programs. Through divine intervention, these ministries will go on.