Divine Intervention?

January 11, 2016

Miracles or coincidence, sometimes there are no good explanations for events that happen unless you add Fog Face into the equation (see below). Here are some incredible stories of divine intervention:

Hero Teen lifts a truck to rescue her father
A 19-year-old Northern Virginia woman lifted a pickup truck off her father and saved her family from a fire. Her father was working on an old GMC truck in the garage when the jack he was using slipped. Within seconds, he was pinned beneath the vehicle and the garage had caught fire. He struggled for 10 minutes when a door opened and his daughter ran in: 5-foot-6, 120 pounds and barefoot. She started to lift the truck. Her dad said, "I felt the weight shift and then it was just UGHHHHHHRRR, and suddenly I'm pulled out." Then, his daughter realized the truck's gas tank would explode and set the house on fire. So, she jumped in the driver' seat and gunned the truck away from the house. She grabbed a garden hose and started spraying down the house before firefighters arrived.
Does photo of car crash reveal an angel next to survivor?
A South Carolina man who witnessed a one-car crash saw what he and others now believe was a guardian angel watching over the driver, who survived. Pastor Michael Clary told TODAY.com he was driving home from the grocery store when he saw another driver lose control of his SUV. The driver veered off the road, Clary said, and overcorrected when he tried to get back on the highway. "All of a sudden, it started to flip over and started rolling," Clary said. "It rolled about four times, then hit a ditch. That threw the vehicle up again, and it hit a pine tree. And I saw what I thought was a wheel, but it was apparently the guy — he had gotten thrown out," Clary said. Clary waited for help to arrive, and the driver was airlifted to the hospital. Later, Clary posted photos he'd taken of the mangled Ford Explorer on Facebook. But it was one photo in particular that caught people's attention — an image Clary believes proves an angel was present at the crash. "It looks like a fog or a silhouette," Clary said of the hazy figure at the right of one of the photos. "If you look close, it looks like an image of a face." The driver had several broken ribs and a broken collarbone, but is home recovering after spending a few days in the ICU.
Slacker said that the man trapped under the car was an idiot, and should not have been working on his car in the garage with explosives and flammable liquids around him while smoking. However, Slacker also doesn’t believe that a 120 pound girl could lift a truck off of her father unless there was some sort of divine intervention. Slacker also thinks Fog Face would be the name of a great band.

Steve said that angels should be vivid and in full color, not these wispy ghostly apparitions, and that if they were real they would make their presence known.

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