God spared our lives

God spared us

God spared our lives!

On August 21st, my oldest brother (Michael) and I were driving on a two-way road when an oncoming vehicle crossed the yellow line and hit us head-on.

We were taken to the hospital by ambulance.  After 6 stitches and observations, I was discharged the following evening.

God worked it out perfectly; the morning before the accident, I had finished editing a film we’re making about a widow friend of ours; Jill Hunter Clem (Coming soon).  In the trauma bay and while being sutured, I was able to share her story with the nurses and doctors.

In our upcoming film, “Satisfied”, I play the role of Shawn.  In the film, Shawn is hit by a car and taken to the hospital.  With permission we were able to film the hospital scene, right before I was discharged!

God is good! He is faithful! We know that He has more work for us to do: Living for His Kingdom, spreading His Truth, sharing His Love.



It wasn’t our time to go yet. God spared our lives.

A verse that we found convicting is Proverbs 27:1 “Boast not thyself of to morrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.”

We will all have our time to die. There’s no escaping that; it will come.

The question is:  Are you trusting in Jesus to save you?

Have you repented of your sins and turned in humility to God, thanking him for sending his Son Jesus to die in your place, and pay what you owed.

Jesus is waiting for you to come to Him and He promises to “Give you rest” in Him

Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” 2 Cor 6:2b

And if you have trusted Jesus, are you living to spread the gospel to the lost and hurting world around you?

We only have a short time on earth, let’s let every second point to Jesus!

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