Protection in Times of Danger

This is a real life incident of a beautiful family on their trip in India a decade ago. It still inspires me. Everything was packed and set for a mini-trip. There were no seat-belt restrictions or any other conditions for backseat passengers. This family had their young child sit at the back seat of their car. The couple happy and comfortable started their trip. The couple failed to check the rear door where their child had been lying. They started their trip. In a split-second, the door opened wide and the child rolled away out of the car.   

The mother realised her terrible mistake.

This woman kept her faith in Lord Jesus Christ. She believed that Jesus gave his life for everyone. She believed there is victory in the blood of Jesus. As soon as the child fell out of the car, she screamed “Oh Lord, save my baby by your precious blood” and got off running to pick her child.. A car behind theirs in full speed stopped quickly. Just then, the mother thanked the driver for stopping at the right time. To their surprise, the driver said, “I did not push the brakes, it happened suddenly”.. the car did not move any further as if someone had intentionally stopped the car”

Then she remembered, because she called on the name of the Lord by his life-giving blood, they were saved.

for, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.”
Romans 10:13

Our help is in the name of the Lord,
    the Maker of heaven and earth. Psalm 124:8  

Our Lord is merciful and kind. Call on him today.

Author: Rhema

I’m Rhema. An admirer of stories around the world. Love staying in my tent with my 2 little boys, dividing the great spoil of the day. Love life, seeing good days, enjoying success with folks and everything that comes in between. Love packing up and always on a quest for enchantments.

2 thoughts on “Protection in Times of Danger”

    1. True Prof. Take care. Long time ago, I read your articles. Later I lost touch. Then I redid my blogspace. Now I’m back. Looking forward for more of yours. Cheers

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