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Have you experienced traveling mercies from God?

The driver's reflection shone on the window and appeared to be in the clouds.
The driver's reflection shone on the window and appeared to be in the clouds.
Shenica Graham


  • Alden Marshall, Knoxville Religion and Spiritualit 5 years ago

    As I was on my way from Tennessee to Gordon Conwell Seminary in Boston, my Godly mother prayed for me and saw a huge hand over me and my Volkswagen on my journey. I needed that affirmation!

  • Blackout 5 years ago

    Hi Shaneika. The tendency for human beings to see patterns, including faces, animal forms and other recognizable shapes is a physchological phenomenon known as Pareidolia. There's nothing "divine" about. It is a well documented phenomenon that is not in any way unique to any given demographic of believers (or unbelievers).

    "I thought, Lord, control this car. The car continued through a second, full rotation, then, facing backward, it went off the highway at full speed - down the embankment and into a tree."

    It sounds to me that "the Lord" isn't a very good driver. I mean, if your car had stayed on in its lane, decelerated and then parallel parked itself, then I might be impressed. But you story just sounds like you did something stupid and got lucky.


  • Biblical Studies Examiner 5 years ago

    While I am always impressed by God, I am in awe of His divine opportunity - no matter how often He presents it. I recall traveling to Iowa on a clear day when a dog crossed the highway. I swerved to avoid hitting the dog. As my car entered a flat spin, I remembered the day that my mother and I had the previous accident. I said, "Not again, Lord." As my car came to a complete stop, PERFECTLY PARALLEL with the right-side border of the lane, it felt as though something had reached down to stop my car's rotation. It was like a hand had just caught my car to keep it from going off the side of the road. TO GOD BE THE GLORY.

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