In an interview with Foxnews, two men on their way to a pastor’s conference stated that Jesus spoke to them saving both from imminent death.
Jordan Cole and Kenneth Bryant were traveling the Ohio Turnpike on a trip from Montana to Philadelphia when the truck they were driving broke down. The men were in their Mudman Burgers (Food Truck), that is part of a nonprofit organization selling burgers in support of Potter’s Field that ministers to children around the world.
Still in their stopped burger truck, Bryant was using the generator in the back to charge his cell phone while Cole remained in the cab. Suddenly both men were warned to get out of the vehicle.
Cole said he heard a voice and Bryant received what he described as a vision.
The two men immediately jumped out and seconds later a large semi truck veering out of control smashed into their vehicle, destroying it. Ohio State Police said that if both had still been inside, they would have undoubtedly died.
In an interview with Fox 8 Cleveland, Cole said:
“We heard a voice and it was to get out of the truck and I look down and I saw a semi swerving towards us.”
Because of God’s intervention, no one was killed and even the semi driver only had minor injuries.
Both Cole and Bryant are convinced Jesus warned them.
As believers we serve a Living God who spoke to Abraham (Genesis 17:3-4) and then to his son Isaac warning him not to go to Egypt (Genesis 26:2). God also spoke to Jacob through a dream (Genesis 28:10-22) and hundreds of others including Joshua (Joshua 1:1-2) and Daniel.
The same Living God who spoke to the ancient patriarchs wants to communicate with believers today. God speaking to his people is not just reserved for Biblical times.
Jesus told His disciples:
27 My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; 28 and I give eternal life to them, and they will never perish; and no one will snatch them out of My hand. (John 10:27-28 NASV)
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