10th June 2013

Protection 

“See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven.”
Matthew 18:10 (NIV UK)

Has God intervened in your life?  There are times when there can be no other answer.  Twice I have been involved in car accidents or near misses when I thanked God for his protection.

Many years ago, I was driving through the Mersey Tunnel where traffic was moving in both directions.  A car coming towards me had a tyre blow out and it came careering over towards my car.  There were four people in my car returning home from church.  The out-of-control car came over to the next lane but when it was about to hit me, it miraculously veered over to the other side.  We were not harmed at all.  God was listening to instant prayers and protected us.

Another time, I had my youngest daughter in the front passenger seat, when I fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into a lamp post, destroying the nearside front wheel.  With three wheels on the car, I miraculously steered the car between a sandstone wall and sign post.  The car stopped one inch from, and parallel to, the six foot stone wall.  My daughter woke up and said, “Mum, why have you stopped?”  No one was hurt.  I believe a guardian angel had helped me stop safely and protected my daughter.

We can say with King David in Psalm 4:8, “In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.”

Prayer
Father, thank you for intervening in our lives, saving and protecting the children you have blessed.
Amen

Study by Gill Mudford

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gillmudfordAbout the Author:
Gill Mudford attends Grace Communion Church Luton, a Congregation of the the Worldwide Church of God UK.

Local  Congregation:
Grace Communion Church Luton
Farley Hill Methodist Church
North Drift Way
Farley Hill
LUTON
LU1 5JE

Meeting time:
Saturday 10:30am

Local Congregational Contact:
Harry Sullivan
Phone:  01908-582222
Email: harry_sullivan@wcg.org.uk

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