Miracles are real. Some may not believe them to be true but millions of accounts cannot be denied. Just like what happened to Kenneth Bryant and Jordan Cole.
In November of 2018, Kenneth and Jordan experienced a miracle that gave them a second chance of life. The two men were on their way to Philadelphia to when their food truck broke down. The MudMan Burgers food truck is a “not a for-profit burger shop with all our proceeds going to support the work of Potter’s Field Ministries in their global kid programs.
Through PFM, children in Africa, Southeast Asia, Central America, and locally on the Blackfeet Reservation in Browning, MT, are being fed, provided a quality education, and shown the faith, hope, and love that these poverty gripped areas desperately need,” according to the truck’s Facebook page. The MudMan Burger food truck was intending to feed and serve pastors at a conference.
Kenneth and Jordan stayed with the truck while the others in their group went to find a replacement part of the vehicle.
“He was in the cab of the truck and I was in the back. I was using a generator in the back to charge our cellphones,” Kenneth said to Fox 8 in an interview. He also revealed to Fox 8 that he had a prophetic vision of the impending crash. “It was a pretty predominant thought that the truck was going to get hit.”
Jordan, who was in the cab, also experienced a miraculous warning. “We heard a voice, and it was to get out of the truck and I look down [the road] and I saw a semi swerving toward us.”
That audible voice they heard proved to be a true warning indeed. Seconds later, after obeying that certain voice’s instruction, and abandoning the truck, a semi-truck crashed into it.
Both men testified that it was the voice of God who saved them from that horrible collision which could’ve taken their lives, says Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers.
Now, Bryan and Kenneth are sharing their miraculous story believing that God would use their near-death experience for His glory.
“We’ve come to the conclusion that it was Jesus. He allowed this to happen… for people to know that our Heavenly Father is mindful of us,” Kenneth said.
“God kept us safe, God kept us alive,” he added. It was clear for both of them that it was God who spared their lives.
Source: The Western Journal
This article was written by Christel Berns Villariza.