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Not a Second Too Soon!

Not a Second Too Soon!

“Out of the car’s window I could see a huge truck, headed straight for us!” From Jonathan, Albania I had to go to Elbasan, a city about two hours south of Tirana, to get some documents. My friend offered to drive me. Just before we left, my friend wanted to buy a new motorbike helmet. [Continue]

Lost in a cornfield

Lost in a cornfield

Two-year-old Ray was lost in a cornfield.  There was a river nearby–and a lake and a creek, dangerous for a two-year-old who couldn’t swim.  It would soon be dark.  Nearly twenty people had joined in the search but had found no trace of the little boy.  His mother pleaded, “Help us, Lord!  Help us find [Continue]

True-Life Stories of God’s Help in Crisis!

True-Life Stories of God’s Help in Crisis!

Supernatural Supply! Jack Circle, then an assistant chaplain at a hospital, was approached late one day by a businessman, a member of the church, who said he was in trouble.  Jack said, “Let’s go to my office and pray about it.” The businessman explained that he desperately needed money to meet his payroll. He would [Continue]

The Clock That Struck Thirteen!

The Clock That Struck Thirteen!

It was midnight in the town of Plymouth, England, many years ago.  Two men stood by the town’s great clock.  As it finished striking the hour, both men, strangers, remarked that it had struck thirteen times instead of twelve.  One of these men was a gentleman by the name of Captain Jarvis. It was not [Continue]

A baby was drowning in the pool. Why was I the only one to jump in?

A baby was drowning in the pool.  Why was I the only one to jump in?

By Escott Brostrom, Rock Island, Illinois On a hot summer sunday afternoon, my wife and I had been invited to a swimming party at the home of some friends. With our two children in the care of my grandmother, Cherie and I felt as free as the breeze.  As I stood on the diving board, [Continue]

Angel on the Cowcatcher

Angel on the Cowcatcher

—By Marilynn and William Webber William “Bill” Henry was at the throttle of his steam locomotive the Buffalo Flyer. The train had stopped at Port Pennsylvania, and filled its tanks with water. The night express was running at full speed just above Shickshinny where the mining region begins, when the engineer was startled to see [Continue]