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Wow! Divine intervention, that happened to me and my hubby many years ago on the road. Amazing when we feel the presence of God so strongly, and a witness to His saving grace...thanks for sharing. I'm so happy you're all okay. Praise God.

I have thought about it several times but we usually don't know the times we have been "saved" from an accident by God's providence. Thank you God.

Nicely written.
Great story. I love hearing stories of divine intervention. There are times I know God has intervened for me, but I also wonder how many times He's done it that I wasn't aware. You did a great job with the topic and I was engaged from the beginning. Thank you for sharing.
Congratulations, Tanika, on your 9th place EC for this miraculous story.
Thank you to all who have provided feedback and well wishes! I appreciate it.
God bless!
Tanika Feaster
Congratulations on your 1st place finish in the Beginners category and 9th place overall, Tanika. The Lord works in mysterious ways, and I am so glad He looks out for us.

You are a talented storyteller, and I look for you to rise through the ranks quickly.
Hello Tanika,
Thank you for this article. This was a good article on how the Lord takes care of us. I pray that the Lord will continue to bless your writing. God is always in control! Even steering wheels. He is the Pilot!

Wanda Carr
Congratulations, Tanika. A lovely testimony and well deserved placing. Every blessing.
Congratulations, Tanika. A lovely testimony and well deserved placing. Every blessing.
Very good recounting of a miraculous event. Miraculous actually means wonderful happening. I had no doubt this was real and affected you deeply.

We are missing a few commas around clauses. Your second sentence isn't. I would tie it to the one before with appositive form.
Hi Tanika,

I just noticed your entry. It's no surprise as to why you won this round. Congratulations!!
Please, please don't ever stop writing. You have the talent for bigger things ... I feel it. What a wonderful, faith-inspiring story.

Best wishes,