A remarkable event left Alabama in awe after a severe tornado hit Lawrence County. A local rescuer discovered an unharmed Bible opened in the debris. And he couldn’t believe what he saw.
Jason Fields, a worker from Alabama Department of Agriculture and a volunteer firefighter with the Morgan County’s Danville Fire & Rescue Department, posted on Facebook:
“Around 24 hours ago, lives were changed in an instant. Our department went to assist with the response in Town Creek,” he explained.
Unearthed An Unharmed Bible
Then he revealed, “In previous tornado disasters, I have helped recover bodies, sift through debris to recover property, and offered support to those in the worst of times. Last night I stumbled upon this New Testament among thousands of pieces of debris.”
“The storm had just destroyed the homes of several families, taken two lives, and critically injured others, but this Bible remained unharmed. Could there be a better reminder to us of the power of God?”
Jason was highlighting the miraculous discovery left unharmed despite the tragedy. The Bible was left opened in the New Testament in Acts 15.
The Claims Of People
One user Brianna Collett quote Acts 15:
“I will return after this. I will build David’s house again. It has fallen down. I will build again the parts of his house that have been pulled down. I will make his house new.”
She claimed that one of the verses on the page that was opened seemed to mean something regarding what happened in Alabama.
The Governor’s Statement
Governor Kay Ivey of the Alabama also released a statement saying:
“This morning, I began the process of calling local leaders who were affected by last night’s storm. I join the community of Town Creek in grieving the loss of a husband and wife. While most of us slept through the storm, a family is waking up today devastated. I will be praying for their family and the community, and I offer any assistance from the state that is available as they start the process of rebuilding.”
“I urge everyone to remember those who were affected, whether it be those who have lost family members, those who were injured or those who lost their homes. We must support our neighbors during the days to come and remind them they are not alone. I also want to thank Alabama’s first responders who were out in the middle of the storm, risking their own lives, to protect and aid their fellow Alabamians,” Gov. Kay concluded.
Source: Jesus Daily