God Provides an Air Pocket for the 6 Year Old Trapped Under 11 feet of Sand

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  • 2014-03-08T01:26:48

And His Magic Happens!!!

  • 2014-03-07T18:05:07

PRAY FOR COMPLETE HEALING & RESTORATION FOR THIS PRECIOUS CHILD OF GOD & HIS FAMILY. IN JESUS NAME. AMEN!

  • 2014-03-07T13:48:08

since I broke my arm something came over me and I have not talked to GOD as much as I have been, GOD is given me the strength to heal.

  • 2014-03-07T13:23:37

I think in response to Jackie's comment below, that God deems ALL children worthy of his attention. I believe there are a lot of evil people, and they too, as we do, have freedom of choice. When these horrendous things happen, God didn't TAKE these children, but He sure was there to RECEIVE these children into his loving arms, and there for the parents as well to give comfort and peace if they reach out to him. I cannot fathom something like that happening to one of my children, but pray that I would always have the strength to rely on my God to carry me through. He sure was there for the parents of the boy in the sand dune! Thank you Jesus!!!!

  • 2014-03-07T12:53:30

Thank you God for taking care of him.Without God we are nothing.

  • 2013-10-24T14:40:52

LUCKY.....I DON'T THINK SO!! THE WORD IS...BLESSED. GOD IS STLL IN THE MIRACLE BUSINESS.

  • 2013-09-19T07:08:05

Jackie Burrell God is not aloud in our schools there is one answer down!!!

  • 2013-09-16T01:38:27

Jackie Burrell Isaiah 57:1 "The righteous perish,and no one ponders it in his heart; devout men are taken away, and no one understands that the righteous are taken away to be spared from evil.

  • 2013-09-10T02:50:26

Brent, seek Him with all of your heart. And when you find Him, you will know what a compassionate, merciful Father he is. We sin, because we make evil choices, God respects the free will He has given us. Unfortunately, when we make those evil choices, we often cause hurt to others.

  • 2013-09-09T06:47:14

Brent Montoya I understand your questions, please don't think you are asking questions that Christians don't bother asking. Of course we do. But the fact is, this was a clean and perfect world that God made, we screwed it up and continue to do so. Jump into a cesspit and you'll come out stinking pretty bad. Nobody will want to be near you. Good news? You can go shower, get cleaned up and people will be happy to see you again. The cesspit was disgusting but you can't blame the guy who put the cesspit there if you jumped into it! All of us suffer the consequences of a fallen world but we can get cleaned up and we can know that the clean-up is forever. That's what faith in Jesus, the one who did the clean-up work, does for you. But the cesspit is still there. Instead of jumping into it again, I prefer to stay out but warn others about it and help them get cleaned up. Why do bad things happen in this world? Why is it unfair? Because it's a bad, unfair world. The one who made it is not responsible for the bad stuff, yet He did it all to rescue us from it. BTW, if you think I am just some two-bit naive hicky that never thinks about these tough issues, I assure you I am not. I am an intelligent person with a Masters and i agree totally with the writer Gerald Coates who once said: As Christians we don't have to have all the answers but we should never be afraid to ask all the questions... and i do! :)

  • 2013-09-08T14:52:37

Jackie Burrell , there is a movie that Kirk Cameron has made called "Unstoppable" It is showing 1 day only on Sept 24 at select movie theaters. This documentary is one that you need to go and see and I believe it will answer a lot of questions for you. Go his web site to find a theater near you and may God bless you daughter.

  • 2013-09-08T00:49:36

Brent Montoya Because you must remember, the god of this world (the world me and you live in) is Satan. God intervenes when we ask him to and if it's in alignment with His will.

  • 2013-09-08T00:47:11

Maybe someone had prayed for this little boy and their prayer saved his life.

  • 2013-09-08T00:45:29

Jackie Burrell Hi, I think I can give you the answer you are looking for. Like Leslie said earlier, this world is corrupted and has fallen to death, as a result of sin. God is accessable through his son Jesus Christ and all the promises in the Bible are true, if you will receive them and confess them as truth, believing in Jesus. I was saved when I was younger from a terrible accident and when I cried out for God nothing happened but then I remembered Jesus so I said his name with a plea for help and he rescued me. My entire faith is built off of the experiences but for you this comes to mind, "Then Jesus told him, "Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed." Shalom.

  • 2013-09-07T22:32:06

I know we as a church have failed to explain this problem "Why bad things happen to good people". 1 John 5:19 says "the whole world lies in the hands of the evil one." When Jesus was being tempted in the desert. Satan led Jesus to the highest point and showed Jesus all the kingdoms and said if you worship "I will give all these to you for it has been given to me and I can give it to anyone I want to". Jesus' response if Satan wasn't in control of the world would have been "no--my Father is in control." Instead he said Worship the Lord your God and serve him only. Luke 4 In John 14:30 and John 16:11 Jesus speaks of the "prince of this world" in the greek its a derogatory term for Satan. God NEVER intended for us to live like this----we chose sin and Satan therefore there are consequences--death, pain, suffering, illness. We all have freewill---unfortunately, children and others get hurt in the process. God wants to have a relationship with you-with everyone that's why he sent Jesus. If you want more info please message me on FB and I can give you more specifics. In the mean time you are in my prayers....

  • 2013-09-07T22:31:38

I understand Jackie Burrell's point quite well. But as Scripture teaches us in the Book of Romans chapter 9: 14 "What shall we say then? There is no injustice with God, is there? May it never be! 15 For He says to Moses, "I WILL HAVE MERCY ON WHOM I HAVE MERCY, AND I WILL HAVE COMPASSION ON WHOM I HAVE COMPASSION." 16 So then it does not depend on the man who wills or the man who runs, but on God who has mercy." Quite difficult to understand from our perspective. But let us just praise God for what He did for the little boy.

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