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Posts from ‘October, 2012’

Saw God in the Last 4 Quarters

“A man who used his last four quarters to buy a lottery ticket at a Macomb County market has won a $1.3-million jackpot, according to the Michigan Lottery. The winner, whose name, age and hometown weren’t released, is an Army veteran who has been disabled since 2009 with a back injury, lottery officials said in […]

Saw God Standing Guard

As Hurricane Sandy approached, soldiers continue to guard the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington, VA. John & Janet–MI Please email your God sightings to

Saw God in the Power of Sandy


Saw God in a Playoff Run

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Saw God in a Long-Necked Hello

Carolyn–Venice, FL Please email your God sightings to

Saw God in a Sick Day

My daughter was a little under the weather today.  I took her to the doctor this afternoon and found out she had a sinus infection.  The whole family was supposed to attend a retirement party for my husband’s uncle.  However she was feeling lousy and she and I ended up staying home while my husband […]

Saw God on the Pitcher’s Mound

9:47PM EDT October 25. 2012 - SAN FRANCISCO – As part of Major League Baseball’s association with the Welcome Back Veterans program, the first pitch for Thursday’s World Series Game 2 was thrown out by Marine Corporal Nicholas Kimmel. Kimmel, a former high school baseball star at Moses Lake (Wash.) High School, lost both legs and […]

Saw God Buried in the Soil

Our son Andrew lost a dear friend, Will, a couple of weeks ago.  The text below is a post from Will’s facebook page by Will’s dad Tom.  It is a truly amazing story . Enjoy.    “There have been so many sympathy cards and memorials sent to us on behalf of Will since he left us. We’re […]

Saw God in the Memory of a Tragic Loss

Saw God in a Friend

The other day, I was talking with Harry. He had a friend who was diagnosed with cancer. The doctor told Harry’s friend that the cancer was advanced and asked her to think about “quality of life,” versus receiving cancer treatment that may or may not give her more days but will make her feel sickly. […]